High quality, but works best with digital interface
26 July 2010
Summary: This monitor comes with 2 possible ways to interface with your computer: standard VGA and digital DVI. I tried this monitor with the standard VGA monitor input, and was less then impressed with the results. The ability to render small text or light colored backgrounds was in my opinion inadequate.
Summary: This monitor is a top of the line gaming LCD. Not many LCD's are created specifically for gaming. I play FPS games such as counter-strike 1.6 and the response time of this monitor is only 3-5 ms. The build on the monitor is generally just like any other LCD out there on the market. It only weighs around 10-15 pounds so you can haul it to where ever you want. The screen is very bright and the options you have on the display is great.
Summary: I have been using this monitor for a year and a half with no troubles at all. I have no dead pixels. The monitor is very crisp and bright, much more so than the competing monitor I almost bought. No ghosting during gaming. Excellent detail in large spreadsheets with no bleeding or fuzziness. The monitor controls for everything from brightness/contrast, resizing, etc., are easy to operate and rarely needed. This thing just works, as it should be.
Summary: Had mine for about 36months and it died shortly after I think i might have spilt a drink on it. Viewsonic gave me another no dead pixle vx924 no questions asked. I love this monitor thats why I am on here shopping for one for my girlfriend right now. Used to cost alot more I spent almost $500 for my first one from Fry's electronics.
Summary: I have had four of these monitors in service (in a climate controlled room) for a little over one year. I have experienced two failures and multiple problems "syncing" the video signal using KVM extenders with brand new HP pcs running XP and 2003.