Our Hands on ViewSonic VX2363Smhl-W Widescreen LCD Monitor

Posted by News Room On Tuesday, December 22, 2015 0 comments
Finally we got our hand on the VIEWSONIC VX2363Smhl-W Monitor, to make it affordability and to balance between quality ViewSonic has combined the Image Quality, and few features, I can say this the ViewSonic VX2363Smhl is an absolute joy to use. Build quality is good, it has a white body with design for bezels. The frameless design gives the VX2363Smhl a classy and a clean look. It allows only for tilt adjustment and I cannot complain much coz at this price we cannot expect more.
The monitors has 5 buttons that control the monitors powers and
settings, it has 1.5 watt speakers at the rear with a Kensington lock slot, and connectors for power Port, 2 HDMI port (2.0MHL & 1.0), VGA port and Audio In & out port, beside all these it also includes AC/DC adaptor, power cable, VGA cable and HDMI cable and an Audio cable all these inclusions makes the setting any easy one and also added the value of the monitor. The VX2363Smhl-W uses a 1080p IPS panel, albeit a lower-speed 6-bit one, which, when combined with the monitor’s, Super Clear Image Enhancement Technology, 50M:1 MEGA Dynamic, and 2ms (GTG) response time, makes for quite the combination of color reproduction, viewing angles, contrast, and performance for gaming and its color reproduction and contrast are both expectedly impressive.
Playing game on this Monitor was quite comfortable, as it uses an IPS panel which usually comes with response times as high as 12ms, (GTG). The response time is both incredibly welcome and remarkable. We were also quite happy with how smooth the output on the monitor was in spite of having a standard refresh rate of 60Hz. The built in speakers performed a lot better than I had expected.
I would like to recommend to my readers if anyone needs a quite descend monitor not too heavy on the pocket, and looking for an affordable 23 inch 1080p IPS monitor. This is a superb monitor for anyone – and a bonus to those looking for a cheaper way into triple-screen gaming.


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