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ASUS VH222H-P 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor – Black

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 15, 2010 One Comment

  • 21.5-Inch Wide (16:9)
  • EPEAT GOLD certified
  • 5 ms Response Time
  • HDMI/24-Pin DVI-D/15-Pin D-Sub
  • 20000:1 Smart Contrast Ratio

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EPEAT Gold Certified, 16:9 Full HD, HDMI, SPDIF out and 2Wx2 Build in Speaker…

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ASUS VH222H-P 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor – Black

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One Response to “ASUS VH222H-P 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor – Black”

  1. AquaRegia says on: 15 April 2010 at 6:02 pm

    I’m not a huge videophile – I still have a CRT television – so my criteria may not be a stringent as others’. That said, I’m very happy with my purchase of this Asus monitor.

    I just bought a Mac Mini, and this monitor connected easily via DVI cable to the Mac. Pictures, graphics, internet video and DVDs all look very good, although for watching DVDs I change the monitor profile – TV and movie video seem to be made for BRIGHTER display characteristics, and look too dim on the settings I prefer for computer work. It’s not hard to flip the display profile in Mac OS X when I want to watch a movie, but I don’t know how one would do it on Windows.

    I’ll agree with reviews of similar Asus monitors – the onscreen menus for adjusting monitor settings are NOT easy to use. This is the main reason for 4 rather than 5 stars. I ended up picking the best settings I could and resolving to never touch the monitor buttons again. I can use the display settings on the Mac to make any adjustments I need. Also, text is not always smooth, but I suspect that’s a Mac OS issue, rather than the monitor: I’ve read that the newest Mac OS (Snow Leopard) has font smoothing issues that previous versions did not.

    I’m very happy with the brightness, color, sharpness, and viewing angle of the screen. For the price, it’s much better than I was expecting. The screen tilts on the base up and down through a generous angle – I’d say from 5 degrees forward to 10 degrees back – and the brightness does not diminish when viewed from side angles nearly as much as other flat panel displays I’ve seen. It’s no problem for three or four people to watch a movie, whether from close up or across the room. I know I haven’t even seen the best this monitor can do; I have no HD inputs to make use of its native 1920×1080p resolution.

    Bottom line: for the price, I doubt you can get a better monitor than this Asus.

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