Summary: I purchased two of these VX922 monitors and in less than two years, both of them failed. Black screen. The first one drove me nuts because sometimes it would come on and sometimes it wouldn't. It did that for a few months before finally failing. The second monitor just stopped working one day.
Summary: well, I received the monitor in a timely fashion and plugged it in and it did not work..... forcing me to return the product, so I guess I have no idea how well the monitor performs. ViewSonic VX922 19" LCD Monitor
Summary: This is a great monitor for gamers and non-gamers as well. Crisp image and easy to setup. The instruction manual is easy to read as everything in the box is what you need. No surprises, no problems. The drivers are easy to get off Viewsonics website and I couldn't be any happier.
Summary: Initially I bought five of these monitors for a flight simulator I assembled based on Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. I've been very happy with these monitors. I can't see any brightness or color variation among them (when their settings are the same, of course), and I've seen no dead pixels, so...
Summary: No problems whatsoever with dead pixels. The only thing I notice, and thats only when I really look for it, is when the comp. is starting up and the random times the screen is black, I can see a little bit of a dim white hew around the corners of the screen.
Summary: This monitor is fantastic! Out of the box, it was easy to set up and, once the brightness was set, has worked flawlessly. Others have complained about the little "analog signal" box that pops up when the screen lights up, but on my monitor, it's down in the lower right corner and doesn't bother me.
Summary: I am satisfied with the acquired product, therefore it took care of my necessities. The image is very good and the screen is very great. It would like that the Amazon opened a store in Brazil.
Summary: I bought this item on December 18th 2005. About one week ago (1/13/07) the monitor simply blacked out. It ran for one day of flickering madness and finally made a sound that only a welding torch should before expiring completely. While it worked the monitor was amazing.