Excerpt: Great Monitor for the price. I was really hoping that it would make my photo pop a little better with editing with Lightroom to get them a better printing match. Seems my photos are coming out darker then pass monitor. <br /><br />Maybe need to pick up a spyder caliber. Takes a bit of time to "warm up" about 20mins it seems. <br /><br />I really dont like the power switch on the column.<br />no wall mounting points. IPS is pretty good.
Summary: Was nice in the beginning and worked well for 6 months. Then screen began flashing randomly. Changed from HDMI cable to DVI. Seemed to work in the beginning but then the same problem. Warranty website says they need original packaging which I don't have anymore. My only hope is that it will work with a VGA cable now. This may be a defective piece but it should be easier to return.
Cons: The pictures make it appear to have a very thin bezel. It actually has about a half-inch wide border on the actual display itself that I'm calling a software bezel. It's just black and creates a kind of letterbox effect. I bought two to use side-by-side, and the bezel ruins the flow.
sound quality is poor both speaker and line out; Frameless is meaningless.
J. Gu, Amazon
27 December 2013
Summary: For HDMI, the only way I can get sound is through the monitor, either using its built in speaker or line out. Unfortunately, both have unacceptable poor sound quality. The displayable area does not extend to its "Frameless" frame, so I don't see the purpose of the "Frameless" design.
Summary: After looking at buyer feedback on a number of monitors, I finally decided to try the Viewsonic VX2370. There are always negative reviews for just about everything, and there were some for this monitor. However, Viewsonic is one of the few manufacturers that provides a 3 year warranty, which speaks to them standing behind their products (more so than the 12 month warranty for most other monitors).