|Screen Size||21.5 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Viewsonic VX2258WM 22-Inch (21.5-Inch Vis) Multi-Touch Full HD Monitor with 1920x1080 Resolution - Black
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- 22" (21.5" Vis) Multi-touch LCD monitor with 1920x1080 Full HD resolution
- DVI, VGA inputs
- 100,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
- Stereo speakers with SRS Premium Sound， VESA mountable design
- 4:3/widescreen auto aspect ratio adjustment
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I use as a secondary monitor. NOTE: you have to go into Tablet PC Settings in Control Panel to set it up to work as a secondary screen. I didn't know this when I originally set up, couldn't get it working and returned my first monitor I bought. Thought it was ViewSonic's driver problem. Later I discovered it's built-in to Win 7 and you just have to configure it (Control Panel > Tablet PC Settings > Display > Setup). No thanks to the manual or ViewSonic's tech support (said it wasn't supported).
The touch screen is very responsive (if your computer has at least "modernish" hardware), and like everything else, works great with Windows 7, that said it also has a very restrictive swivel design, which could make using the touchscreen feel pretty awkward.
It doesn't have an HDMI input, but it does have a DVI input (same quality, just no sound(which on this monitor isnt the worst thing)), and HDMI to DVI cable is the price same as a regular HDMI cable anyway.
The speakers are straight up crap. That said, if your willing to spend 300+ dollars on a monitor with a screen larger than some midsized TVs, than you might as well go out and splurge on a 20$ set of speakers.
The monitor's I/O's (input/ output) are my biggest complaint with the product. It has a USB output for the touch screen (which is fine), yet despite it having this connection with the computer, It has no USB input ports, which would be simple (considering the already existing USB connection to the computer), also, the use of one VGA output and one DVI output seems a bit out of place, considering this moniter is fairly expensive and impressively modern technology, the only people willing to splurge on a monitor like this one would probably have at least a DVI connection available.Read more ›
Color correction is useful.
It works out of the box with Windows 7 touch.
But, multitouch means only two contact points (fingers).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
pros: Like the other reviews, the screen is an eye opener. Nice and bright. Good definition. I havent bothered with the speakers due to the other reviews. Read more
Bought this for the wife to use. A mouse seems to give her trouble.
She likes it and seems to make out better then the mouse. Read more
While this seems to be a good buy, the internal parts are the same as an Acer, which is much cheaper, and the Compaq (HP) 2105tc, but costs 70.00 more. Read morePublished on March 9, 2011 by L. Scott
If you are running Windows 7 (which every one should if not using a Mac) this monitor works like charm , installation and set up took less time than it took to unpack the package(... Read morePublished on January 13, 2011 by King Fahad
The kind folks at Viewsonic have carefully concealed the fact that, as shipped, the touch-screen function of this model does not work under Windows XP. Read morePublished on January 7, 2011 by Bill Jacobs
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