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|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
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ViewSonic VX2376-SMHD 23" IPS 1080p Frameless LED Monitor HDMI, DisplayPort
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- FORM & FUNCTION: With ultra-slim frameless design, Full HD (1920x1080p) resolution, and premium IPS panel, this monitors look as good as it performs
- AMAZING AT ANY ANGLE: A SuperClear IPS panel ensures stunning views no matter your vantage point
- ENHANCED VIEWING COMFORT: Flicker-Free technology and Blue Light Filter for all-day comfort
- FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: The VX2376-SMHD supports laptops, PCs, and Macs with HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA inputs
- INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year coverage with access to our US-based customer service team
- INCLUDED IN THE BOX: LCD Monitor, Power Cable, AC/DC Adapter, HDMI Cable, VGA Cable, and Audio Cable
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ViewSonic VX2376-smhd 23” Full HD Monitor
The ViewSonic VX2376-smhd is a sleek 23” Full HD monitor with a modern and minimalist style perfect for home use. With SuperClear IPS Panel technology, this monitor offers incredible screen performance with ultra-wide viewing angles. A premium ID includes an ultra-slim profile, unique desktop stand, and a sleek edge-to-edge frameless design, that when combined with vivid 1920x1080 resolution and dual speakers, deliver an immersive viewing experience for home entertainment and multimedia applications. HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA inputs offer flexible connectivity options for both computing and gaming environments, while ViewSonic’s exclusive ViewMode feature provides intuitive presets for optimized screen performance in different applications. In addition, Flicker-Free technology and a Blue Light Filter help to minimize eye strain from extended viewing periods. With ViewSonic’s 3-year limited warranty, this monitor is a solid long-term investment that combines style and high performance for the home.
- Ultra-slim panel with frameless design
- SuperClear IPS panel technology
- Versatile connectivity
- Full HD 1080p resolution
- Superior color rendering and intuitive settings
Ultra-slim Panel with Frameless Design
Featuring an incredibly thin panel, a unique desktop stand, and a frameless edge-to-edge screen, this monitor delivers an immersive viewing experience and near-seamless setup for multi-monitor configurations. With its sleek, modern design, this elegant monitor looks as good as it performs.
SuperClear IPS Panel Technology
Enjoy accurate and vivid colors with consistent levels of brightness no matter the vantage point. With SuperClear IPS panel technology, this monitor delivers the same image quality whether you are looking at the screen from above, below, the front, or the side.
DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA inputs give you the freedom to connect your monitor to a variety of devices.
Full HD 1080p Resolution
This monitor features Full HD 1920x1080 resolution for unbelievable pixel-by-pixel image performance. You’ll experience the most amazing clarity and detail whether it be while working, gaming, or enjoying the latest in multimedia entertainment.
Optimized View Settings
ViewSonic’s unique ViewMode feature offers 'Game,' 'Movie,' 'Web,' 'Text,' and 'Mono' presets. These presets enhance gamma curve, color temperature, contrast, and brightness to deliver an optimized viewing experience for different screen applications.
3-year Limited Warranty
Have peace of mind in the quality and reliability of your ViewSonic monitor—backed by one of the industry’s best pixel performance policies and a 3-year limited warranty.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||23 in||23 in||22 in||23.8 in||23 in||24 in|
|Item Dimensions||1.31 x 20.91 x 12.59 in||7.9 x 21 x 15.4 in||1.79 x 19.7 x 11.9 in||8.58 x 21.22 x 19.65 in||7.1 x 21 x 16.1 in||7.9 x 21.28 x 15.35 in|
|Item Weight||5.7 lbs||10.4 lbs||5.49 lbs||—||8.6 lbs||7.2 lbs|
|Size||23-Inch||23-Inch Frameless||22-Inch Frameless||23.8-Inch||23-Inch||24-Inch Frameless|
The ViewSonic VX2376-SMHD is a sleek 23” full HD monitor with a modern and minimalist style perfect for home use. With super clear IPS panel technology, this monitor offers best-in-class screen performance with ultra-wide viewing angles. A premium ID includes an ultra-slim profile, unique desktop stand, and a sleek Edge-to-Edge frameless design, that when combined with vivid 1920x1080 resolution and dual speakers, deliver an immersive viewing experience for home entertainment and multimedia applications. Hdmi, DisplayPort, and VGA inputs offer flexible connectivity options for both computing and gaming environments, while ViewSonic exclusive view mode feature provides intuitive presets for optimized screen performance in different applications. In addition, flicker-free technology and a blue light filter help to minimize eye strain from extended viewing periods. With ViewSonic industry-leading 3-year limited warranty, this monitor is a solid long-term investment that combines style and high performance for the home.
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This has everything I wanted: good response time, excellent IPS quality considering the price, a thin bezel and mount support. Like the Acer alternative, it has excellent out-of-the-box calibration, using default Windows and GPU color settings, colors pop and are vibrant. Its slightly smaller versus the Acer counterpart, however.
-Quality IPS Display at 2560x1440
-Good Thin Bezel, glossy-free design on the front (where it matters most).
-Glossy back. Seems a bit odd, especially considering the VESA mount, although there appears to be rubber "bumpers" to prevent scratches.
-Power connects via external power brick, and neither the monitor nor the brick use standard AWG Universal power plug on the back.
(I never set up the stand, can't go for or against it)
Issues with DPI Scaling:
This is something people forget to consider when going above 1080p in a sub-27" sized monitor. 1440p at 24" is amazing, pixel density wise. However, due to Windows 10 (as of Fall 2016 updates, anyways) DPI scaling is still hit or miss, especially if you're not using the same resolution/monitor for your secondary display, like I am. Some work arounds, while great for the new monitor, also ballon the UI elements on my 1080p screen. I however do not fault the manufacturer because its all software issues at this point, specifically with Windows 10. Its surprising considering the rise of 4k gaming that Microsoft has not provided a rock solid DPI scaling solution. Even if you are a single monitor user, DPI scaling can still cause blurriness, as those who have used 15" 1080p laptops will know. Its that same issue but in the desktop-side of things.
Issues with Gaming:
Again, citing Microsoft's OS for the blame, a lot of games see the scaled DPI as a 1080p resolution when attempting to run in windowed/borderless settings. Only a few new games that I can tell can intelligently see whats actually going on. For example, Diablo III cannot correctly run at 1440p in a window with DPI scaling on. However, Blizzard's newest title Overwatch thankfully can. With DPI set to 125%, which is the suggested percentage, most games in a window will think you're playing on a 1080p display.
Basically, you're gonna have to play most games in fullscreen to use the full resolution. This issue is due to Windows' DPI scaling, NOT the monitor itself. Its simply a victim of circumstances.
So, minus Windows' poor DPI scaling solutions, this is an easy buy. I picked mine up for $230 pre-tax, which is the lowest this has ever been according to camelcamelcamel.com. I wouldn't pay over $255/whatever the Acer G257HU sells for, and would pick the Acer over this IF you do not care about VESA mounting.
For everyone who wants to read the long version :-D
I’d give it twice as many stars if I could.
I remember my first ViewSonic monitor back when I was doing graphics work in the late 90s before Windows 98. It was an 18” CRT that took up my whole desk but it was cheaper – at $1200 – than any other comparable monitor. It was a great monitor and served me very well.
I’ve had several ViewSonics since and I will admit my bias. In fact, I’m using a 24” one here at my desk as a 2nd display for my Dell all-in-one (company issue computer).
So anyway, I wanted to hook up a 2nd monitor to my MacBook at home so I could both shoot tethered and edit photos on a decent screen. I didn’t need a huge display, just an improvement over a 13” laptop display. I’m not doing professional work so having the ability to exactly calibrate isn’t important to me. I just wanted reasonably faithful color rendering, flicker free display with decent saturation and uniform display.
But when searching for an inexpensive monitor I didn’t rule out any others and kept an open mind. I ended up with this one and I’ve been very pleased with it
First things first: It comes in three pieces that you put together with no tools. Base, riser and display. It snaps together, you plug in a power cord and cable of your flavor and you’re done. It’s auto recognized in Mac and within moments you’re done. I’m primarily a windows user and my experience on that OS is far greater and I find that current versions of Win7,8, etc also have no issues with these displays. I have a mac because it was a gift and my old desktop died on me.
So for the monitor, its an IPS display and the color is excellent and the display is uniform across the entire display field. There is a faint bit of hazing at the edges but it is a) only noticeable with a very dark background color and b) it is a characteristic of IPS displays in general, not a fault.
I’m using it for remote shooting with my Canon T6 and the Canon utilities, Lightroom and Photoshop CC (which sucks, by the way and I’m moving to GIMP). Love the color, love the size and the clarity.
So, for about 15 times less than my first ViewSonic monitor, I get one that weighs nearly nothing, takes up so little space on my desk, and has a good bit more viewing area.
I bought the 24" 1440 model for one reason: Pixel density.
I'm not a gamer. For me it's all about legible screen fonts for easy reading. And pixels per inch is where it's at. The higher the pixel density, the clearer the type looks. Fonts on a larger monitor with a lower density won't look as clear as a smaller one with a higher number of pixels per inch.
The density on the 24" model (2560 x 1440 resolution) is a little over 120 pixels per inch (ppi). A Kindle Paperwhite pixel density is 300 ppi. So if this monitor is a bit over twice the distance from you as a Kindle Paperwhite, the density and clarity will look about the same.
There is one thing I do want to mention: brightness. Wow this thing is bright. In the early days of LCD and LED monitors, brightness and color accuracy were issues. The brightness issue has certainly been solved, and maybe too well. I have mine set on just "5" on the on-board brightness setting. Occasionally I have dialed it down to "0" and it's still readable.
Most recent customer reviews
* Very clear & sharp with good color saturation, even off axis
* VESA 100xx00mm screw holes on back
* Very thin bezel