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ViewSonic VX1932wm-LED 19-Inch WLED-Backlit Energy Efficient LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 8, 2010 5 Comments

  • 19″ Wide LCD Monitor with WLED backlight
  • Only 15W power consumption
  • 10,000,000:1 MEGA Constrast Ratio
  • Integrated stereo speakers
  • DVI and VGA inputs

Product Description
ViewSonic’s VX1932wm-LED WLED backlight is the addition to a green-line of LCD monitors. With dynamic contrast ratio at 10,000,000:1 you get a true-to-life picture depth and clarity in any room. Backlight WLED automatically detects image signal and intelligently controls backlight brightness – making the black, pure black in a dark scene and the white, “whiter” in a bright environment. It also automatically adjusts gray level and enhances the LCD monitor’s gray leve…

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ViewSonic VX1932wm-LED 19-Inch WLED-Backlit Energy Efficient LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “ViewSonic VX1932wm-LED 19-Inch WLED-Backlit Energy Efficient LCD Monitor”

  1. E. Golden says on: 8 April 2010 at 5:30 pm

    My title really says it all. Just a couple of other things. When my desktop loaded, my jaw literally fell open. The beautiful scene of a stream running through the moutains was breath taking. The native 1400/900 resolution make the picture so sharp that it looked 3D.

    The IE browser fit the screen perfect. No scroll sliding bar at the bottom to see all the screen.

    Works flawlessly. Very bright even in well lite room. Not using the built in speakers so I cannot comment on that.

    I caught it just 2 days before he price went up 10 dollars. But even at the higher price, I would have still got it. Love that it has the newer LED back lighting.

    You will not regret choosing this model over other 19″ ones.

  2. Jerrica Lee says on: 8 April 2010 at 8:22 pm

    I haven’t had this monitor for long, maybe a month, but so far so good. It always takes me a long time before I decide just what model of something I will buy. I chose this one based on size (not too big but bigger than my 15-inch, since my desk area is small); the claims that it is energy-efficient; how it looks; the fact that the speakers are built in (I don’t listen to my music via the computer so don’t need great speakers); and of course, lower price. I don’t have any major complaints with it, but there is one odd thing that I would not think would be related to a new monitor: it takes a long time for my screen to appear after I turn it on. It also seems that my pages run much slower since I hooked up this monitor. It could be completely unrelated and just a coincidence. But I do wish the screen lit up quicker. Maybe that’s where the energy efficiency comes in! No matter, I am happy with it other than that, and if it saves energy and money on my electric bill, I’ll accept the slow startup.

  3. AltPerson says on: 8 April 2010 at 10:14 pm

    I am really satisfied with this product, but it would be inaccurate for me to exclude it’s faults as well as its strengths, I’ll leave the best for last and start with the bad…

    Cons:

    *The OSD Monitor Controls are a bit tedious.

    *It has a conserve nrg setting that dims/brightens depending on what’s displayed,this gets annoying, so I leave it off.

    *Integrated speakers are okay at low volumes, useless otherwise.

    Pros:

    * It uses about the same amt of energy as your efficient fluorescent light bulbs. (about 14-15 watts)

    * It can get brighter than your old lcd and crt monitors, which I like for Gaming (since it is too dark to see anything in those undead dungeons sometimes!)

    * It has both DVI and VGA plugs included so there shouldn’t be any problems connecting it to your graphics card.

    * Very sleek appearance in black

    * Clear Wide Screen Picture, Great for movies or Hulu

    * Great price even compared to other non-LED monitors.

  4. Luis Rene De Rosa says on: 9 April 2010 at 12:18 am

    >>> UPDATED FRI 05 FEB 2010 < <<

    Oh man… Finally, after try with several LCD monitors, that I end selling them, a LCD monitor with black very blacky, indeed. Nothing to envy to my FLAT 480 CRT TV, black is not perfect but it is very close to be it. White are white, very bright.

    A warning, there is a mode (by default) that when the screen goes black, all the LEDS goes black as well, and that’s very annoying, because small white areas just looks gray. TURNING IT OFF its put brightness and contrast at 100% (you can’t change brightness and contrast), but if you want to change that (you don’t have to anyway), you can use the colors settings, all the colors at the same value.

    What comes in the box:

    > the monitor of course, a stereo jack cable, a VGA cable, a DVI cable, a power cable, CD with trash and drivers, and instruction manual

    Whats good:

    > Black blacky, White whity. > the base can move up and down, > View angle is near perfection, > place to hold cables hidden to viewers > glossy black finish very beautiful > No sickness, no dizzy, it’s LED light you can’t get tired like in a standar fluorescent light THAT’S A VERY BIG POINT FOR ME, light is quasi-constant > Only 15 W of power consumption, no mercury > Good smooth of pixels at not native resolutions (native is 1440×900px) > settings are save it for every resolution, like position and size :) yesss !! > PRICE !!

    Whats bad:

    > no hdmi input, > Power button is hard to press compared with others buttons > Stupid automatic led bright mode (make small white areas gray when there is a lot of black), fortunelly you can turn it off

    5 S.T.A.R.S.

  5. J. Wong says on: 9 April 2010 at 3:10 am

    This monitor is great! I watch a lot of streaming videos off of the internet and the picture quality is top notch! The pictures are sharp, the colors are clear and crisp, and the black and white contrast is excellent. The best characteristics of the monitor is its low energy use and the fact that it does not heat up while I am doing work on my computer or watching videos. Viewing the monitor for extended periods is easy on the eyes, very little eye strain. Size wise the monitor is about 1.5 inches in depth and overall the monitor hardly takes up any space on my desk. I highly recommend this monitor.

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