ViewSonic VX2250wm LED monitor

ViewSonic's VX2250wm LED monitor is inexpensive but lacks HDMI connectivity.

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 299.00 (AUD)

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Jon

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Pros
Nothing
Cons
Blurry, discolorations
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I tried 2 of these VX2250wm monitors and both were fuzzy and had slight discolorations. They both had phase, frequency and size problems. The auto-adjust doesn't clear up the screen image. All of its screen resolutions are blurry. And, at 1920x1080 (the highest resolution), parts of the image are blurry and parts are clear. You can never get the entire display to be crystal clear (like you can with most other monitors) no matter how hard you try. You can change every setting on the monitor and you'll still see obvious problems in parts of the screen. I've used dozens of monitors in my life and this one is one of the worst I've ever used. Also, its price is not that good compared to other models. These problems might be with this particular model because several other ViewSonic models are very good.

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