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ViewSonic VG930m 19-inch LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 10, 2010 5 Comments

  • Device Type – LCD
  • Dimensions – 16.8″ x 9.1″ x 18.9″
  • Weight – 6 kg

Product Description
Stylish, multimedia performance. The ViewSonic 19-inch VG930m delivers multimedia performance to your desktop in a stylish, slim design. It is an ideal choice for business applications that include mixed data, audio, graphics and video content. Graphics professionals and gamers will love the FAST 8MS VIDEO RESPONSE that delivers blur-free, full motion video and crystal-clear graphics rendering. OPTISYNC ANALOG AND DIGITAL INPUTS ensure seamless compatibility with VG…

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ViewSonic VG930m 19-inch LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “ViewSonic VG930m 19-inch LCD Monitor”

  1. Warren C. Ruthazer says on: 10 April 2010 at 4:35 pm

    We decided to replace our widescreen monitor with this old-fashioned monitor.

    It is great. We work with documents and widescreen makes the documents less readable.

    It is not easy to find a 19″ like this one. We now have two of them.

  2. Nicholas Dean Allers says on: 10 April 2010 at 4:51 pm

    This product looks outstanding. It was purchased for my parents as a present a few months ago. Easy to hook up and looks nice. The only negative that I can say is that the speakers seem to have a metallic sound to them. Overall I believe that this is a nice unit.

  3. S. Kelley says on: 10 April 2010 at 6:47 pm

    Sniff. The trusty CRT monitor died. But, that’s okay. The dern’ thing weighed pert-near as much as my lard-laden old lady and was a bear to tote around every time the landlord kicked us out for not paying the rent. The monitor, the old lady can move herself.

    I ain’t getting any younger and feared spinal damage every time I moved that HUGE CRT-type monitor.

    Needing a new monitor I, your humble writer, opted for a much lighter flat panel LCD-type to avoid permanent bodily injury when toting time comes around. I can lift this monitor with just one paw. Heck, the critter weighs only 10 or 11 pounds or so, about as much as the old lady eats at one sitting. I could carry this monitor all day long!!!

    And, its diminutive size (golly, I’ve wanted to use that word ‘diminutive’ for a long time), its small “foot print” atop the desk, frees up a lot of room for udder things.

    What a thrill it was to remove the monitor from bondage. Yanking it out of its carton was easy!!! So unlike the CRT behemoths of the past. I was liking this critter already. Then, after plopping it atop the desk, it was plug-in-the-cables time and poke a couple buttons to allow those electrons to roam, through the electronic brain the monitor was intimately coupled to and the monitor.

    Lo!!!! Lights blinked, fans whirred (in the electronic brain) and the monitor displayed what a monitor displays!!! Right from the start the monitor performed as a monitor should. No need to poke or prod or download this or adjust that or access drivers or smack the electronic brain to compel it to feed the monitor; nope.

    Plug n’ Play, my brethren.

    The brain uses the XP O/S and the brain and monitor mated wondrously.

    I didn’t need to download the software from the CD-ROM that came with the monitor. Maybe I am missing a function or two that would arise IF I accessed the CD-ROM but I am a simple man with simple wants and some proclaim me to be simple-minded but I prefer simple. That’s why I hitched my wagon to the old lady. She’s pretty simple, too.

    Anyway, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it is my mantra.

    From the get-go the monitor functioned properly.

    I had to make a couple adjustments to lower the brightness level and change the display size, typical stuff I have done with every monitor used.

    And, as with every monitor that has resided within the shanty atop the barren blizzard-swept tornado-ridden plains of the cultural backwater of Nebraska, I found the controls to not be the most intuitive or user-friendly. I could have read the manual but….. what can I say. Poke and prod and eventually I had the setting controls on the monitor’s side figgered’ out.

    Sitting here, feeling the below-zero outside air wrapping its frigid fingers around the shanty, finding every minute and not-so-minute opening to enter and attack my dainty body, the non-forced-air floor heater valiantly attempting to keep the shanty’s interior at a life-sustaining warmth level, and barely doing so, with a re-run of the X-Files upon the TV, I marvel at the clear and crisp monitor’s visual output.

    Text is very easy to read, large and small. Pictures are clear and sharp. The electronic brain has an Intel MoBoard with on-board video to provide the output for the monitor. No fancy video card for me. Some may consider that a limitation but if it is, that says a lot for this monitor” output.

    If the visual aspect of this monitor is so mighty fine with the so-so input it seems reasonable that a higher-quality input would result in even better performance. I guess. Seems logical to me. Asked the old lady her opinion but she just gave me her typical blank look. Ask her about food, though, and she could talk for hours.

    No high-falutin’ technical-type “talk” from me buckaroos and buckarettes. You can find that stuff elsewhere.

    In a nutshell. By golly, I like what I see on this monitor’s screen. Best dern’ monitor that’s ever been in the shanty. Light, portable, great rendering of text and pictures. I am so gosh dern’ tickled with this monitor I almost wet myself. And that’s saying a lot.

    Time will tell if this was a good buy. No way to determine product longevity until longevity occurs. Hey!!! The old lady just muttered something….she says it takes time for longevity to occur. She’s a bright one!!!!

    You can see and download info from the ViewSonic Web site, including the owner’s manual. Those folks have a decent warranty:

    “ViewSonic LCD displays are warranted for 3 years for all parts including the light source and 3 years for all labor from the date of the first consumer purchase.”

    You have to be the original buyer, the warranty is not transferable.

    With time and continued proper functioning, my 5-star rating will continue in full-force. As for now, the rating is for ease of set-up, connectibility, light weight and a darn fine rendering of text and pics.

    That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, unless sumpthin’ changes my opinion.

  4. Sandra Clark says on: 10 April 2010 at 8:36 pm

    The picture is crisp, sharp and colors are vibrant. The monitor can be tilted easily as well as raised. This is the best monitor I have used in my 25++ years of working on a computer every day. No buyer’s remorse here and the price can’t be beat.

  5. Donald E. Castles says on: 10 April 2010 at 10:51 pm

    The picture is perfect. The way it swivels on its base is amazing. The ease at which it can raised or lowered is also amazing. I’ll probably buy another one soon.

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