Excerpt: We did most of our testing on the ViewSonic VX2435wm with Windows XP using Service Pack 2, though we also tested some aspects of the display with it hooked up to a system running the 32-bit version of Windows Vista Ultimate.
Summary: At 24", the ViewSonic VX2435 will never be confused for a home theater display, but this hybrid computer monitor with 1080p video capabilities would make a good centerpiece for a desktop theater. Just add a cable connection and a PS3 with Blu-ray or an Xbox with an HD-DVD player and you've created your own little HD island retreat.
Conclusion: I found the Viewsonic VX2435WM to be a pretty decent screen overall. It is advertsied as a multimedia screen suitable to be used as a TV or a monitor, and I think it achieves what it sets out to do very well, offering a good hybrid of the two. The S-MVA panel technology was a good choice, and is capable of offering decent colour accuracy, good black depth and impressive wide viewing angles.
Pros: Impressive range of interface options, Good all round performance thanks to S-MVA panel technology, Good multimedia display solution
Excerpt: The HDMI (high definition multimedia interface) camp might have been making plenty of noise about how its new digital connector is the natural successor to DVI (digital visual interface), but so far we've seen precious few PC flat-panels that offer HDMI as standard. Well, the ViewSonic VX2435wm does. And at the same time it's actually done away altogether with a physical DVI.
Conclusion: Samankaltaisiin ongelmiin on törmätty myös joskus aiemmin digitaalisia liitäntöjä käytettäessä, joten ViewSonic ei ole ongelmansa kanssa yksin. Analogista liitäntää käyttäen ongelman saa onneksi kierrettyä. ViewSonicin vahva puoli on sen ta ...