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ViewSonic VA2223wm 22-Inch 16:9 1080p LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on March 31, 2010 5 Comments

  • 22” (21.5″ Vis) 16:9 widescreen LCD monitor
  • 1920×1080 Full HD resolution
  • Integrated stereo speakers
  • Slim bezel design
  • ECO mode for up to 40% power saving

Product Description
ViewSonic’s 22″ VA2223wm delivers Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution at a price that won’t break your budget. The VA2223wm fits seamlessly into any office decor and it’s great for desktop applications at home, school, or in the office….

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ViewSonic VA2223wm 22-Inch 16:9 1080p LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “ViewSonic VA2223wm 22-Inch 16:9 1080p LCD Monitor”

  1. Domestic Wolverine says on: 31 March 2010 at 2:49 pm

    I purchased this item in a dream last night and don’t know how I would live without it. At first, I didn’t know what I would do with a 1080p LCD with a 640×480 native resolution, but the 256MB of graphics RAM and ability to attach my old IDE hard drives won me over. Some people can’t understand why I would try to plug a hard disk directly into the monitor, but it does indeed work, although you’ll need some basic soldering experience when using a blowtorch to melt the 40-pin IDE header into the VGA port. Remember to keep applying heat until a proper electrical connection is made. Of course, without any software support, there is not much you can actually do with this configuration, but the black screen and faint smell of burning plastic make for a truly soothing and meditative experience.

    The 802.11b wireless support is obsolete by modern standards (get with the times, Viewsonic!), and the voices in my head told me that only WEP is supported, but do you really need more to change the contrast from across the room?

    I can’t wait for the SATA and 802.11n model with dual processors, instead of the single core specified for this model. With just a slight overclock – simply jam a screwdriver through the two air vents furthest from the left when facing the back of the unit, pry the shielding back and adjust the yellow potentiometer clockwise until it pulls loose from the board – this one already breaks 240FPS playing back my America’s Test Kitchen collection on DVD!

  2. Srikanth Nandyala says on: 31 March 2010 at 3:42 pm

    It works better with DVI cable but it does not come with one. You have to spend an additional 25 to 30 dollars to get the DVI cable and more than that, when you buy stuff, it is the instant gratification you want, which is totally missing. I would much rather buy it at the best buy or near by local store rather than at Amazon since Amazon does not disclose that the monitor does not come with the DVI cable and sort of misleads you into thinking that it comes.

  3. Teresa G. Bozeman says on: 31 March 2010 at 5:51 pm

    The scene is very large but the font size is too large even when place on the smallest font size. It hard on the eyes.

  4. Rod Simonian says on: 31 March 2010 at 7:58 pm

    Had to use a local source as they were out of stock. however it said some were available. no problem in getting refund

    I bought the ViewSonic HDMI 1080P FULL HD for a little more. very happy with it

  5. D.C. User says on: 31 March 2010 at 10:49 pm

    Great monitor at a great low price. I ordered 3 of these to run in an ATI Eyefinity setup for flight simulators. Amazon delivered all 3 in less than a week during the recent record setting snowfall here in DC. I tested them all right away. The monitors are bright, clear and flawless. You can certainly buy better monitors but you’ll pay much more for them. I’ve used ViewSonic displays for years and have had great luck with them. These are a great way to get your multi-monitor setup at a bargain price. I can’t wait to finish my build and see them in action!!

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