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ViewSonic VA1948m-LED


$149.99 Released February, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Picture looks great out of the box, doesn't even need adjustment. Uses very little power while in operation. Slim design with a minimal base, takes up as little space as possible.

The Cons:Setup buttons are hard to find and awkward to use. Built-in speakers are pretty weak, will want to use external speakers.

The ViewSonic VA1948m-LED is one of three slim, LCD monitors between 19” and 24” released together in early 2011. In particular, it offers a slim bezel, built-in LED backlighting for a higher contrast ratio, and integrated speakers.

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Plus the monitor is Energy Star 5.0 compliant. The weakest in the group, the VA1948m-LED offers a limited 1440x900 resolution, while maintaining a strong 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 5ms response time. This translates to clear-cut colors, blacks, and whites, which means video content will display more accurately. Also included are DVI & VGA inputs. Plus the unit is wall mountable via VESA standards.

Features

  • 19" Wide Color TFT LCD Display
  • Slim Bezel
  • LED Backlighting
  • 1440x900 Optimum Resolution
  • 1000:1 Contrast
  • 10M:1 Dynamic Contrast
  • 170/160 (H/V) Viewing Angles
  • 5ms Response Time
  • 30,000hrs Lifespan
  • 250 cd/m2 Brightness
  • VGA/DVI-D Inputs
  • Mini Phone Jack
  • VESA Mount Compatible
  • Energy Star Certified
  • 3-Year Warranty

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Pros
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    picture looks great out of the box, doesn't even need adjustment

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    uses very little power while in operation

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    slim design with a minimal base, takes up as little space as possible

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    capable of representing subtle shades and true-to-life colors

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    fast enough response for video games

Cons
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    setup buttons are hard to find and awkward to use

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    built-in speakers are pretty weak, will want to use external speakers

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