Conclusion: The ViewSonic N3260w has its share of quirks, but it offers decent picture quality without a lot of fuss. Still, there are less-expensive TVs that offer similar functionality and, arguably, better-looking design.
Pros: Above-average performance with analog video sources.
Cons: Unable to add channels missed by auto-scan. Missing image detail with PC input. Single digital-video input is limiting.
Summary: The cheapest 32-inch LCD yet, Viewsonic's attractiveness is heightened by its hi-def compatibility. It lacks the picture quality we've seen from more established brands, it has a messy interface and doesn't feature a digital tuner, but it's a cheap way of getting an HD flat screen into your living room in time for the TV revolution
Pros: Simple design, HD Ready, Fast response time, Good connectivity, Comes with cables