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ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED


$189.99 Released February, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable of very realistic colors, vivid and true to life. Runs energy efficient, uses very little power while in operation. Fast-moving video updates quickly, no jitter or lost frames.

The Cons:Setup is a little more awkward than it needs to be, have to use the instructions. Stand has a footprint that uses a fair amount of space in front of and behind the set.

The ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED is one of three ultra-slim, LCD monitors between 2” and 27” released together in early 2011. As an upgrade from the VA2248m-LED, the ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED offers a slimmer bezel with LED backlighting, an improved 30,000,000:1 contrast ratio, a faster 2ms response time, SRS Premium Sound stereo speakers, and two HDMI inputs.

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Unfortunately it slightly downgrades, in that its energy reduction goes from 50% to just 40%. It is nevertheless still Energy Star 5.0 certified. Like its peer, the display offers a full 1080p high-definition resolution in addition to LED backlighting technology and VESA mounting compatibility. Plus there’s a VGA port.

Features

  • 22" Wide Color TFT LCD Display
  • Ultra-Slim Bezel
  • LED Backlighting
  • 1080p HD Resolution
  • 1000:1 Contrast
  • 30M:1 Dynamic Contrast
  • 170/160 (H/V) Viewing Angles
  • 2ms Response Time
  • 25,000hrs Lifespan
  • 3000 cd/m2 Brightness
  • SRS Premium Sound
  • VGA/HDMI Inputs
  • Mini Phone Jack
  • VESA Mount Compatible
  • Energy Star Certified
  • 3-Year Warranty

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    capable of very realistic colors, vivid and true to life

  • 1

    runs energy efficient, uses very little power while in operation

  • 1

    fast-moving video updates quickly, no jitter or lost frames

  • 1

    matte finish reduces glare from lights in the room

  • 1

    can be viewed from a wide range of angles without noticeable problems with the picture

Cons
  • 1

    setup is a little more awkward than it needs to be, have to use the instructions

  • 1

    stand has a footprint that uses a fair amount of space in front of and behind the set

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