ViewSonic 28" Monitor VX2835WM 1080p Widescreen TFT LCD HDMI 3ms DVI Built in Speakers £417.11 delivered + 3% quidco - HotUKDeals
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WOW what a screen, what does everyone else think is it worth a punt? £570 at pixmania
A lot cheaper than dells etc 24 " models
Description
ViewSonic's 28" VX2835wm widescreen (27.5" viewable) LCD amplifies your desktop experience. With ultra-fast 3ms response and integrated speakers and amp, the VX2835wm offers high-performance features that elevate your desktop to a whole new level. Work more productively on the EXPANSIVE 27.5" WIDESCREEN DISPLAY. Play more intensely with HD games, movies and videos in their native format. MULTIPLE VIDEO CONNECTIONS including HDMI let you SELECT THE BEST INPUT SOURCE for your digital entertainment. The high 800:1 contrast ratio (typ) and high 500 nits brightness (typ) produce remarkably bright and rich colors. Integrated digital speakers and VESA® wall-mount compliance save space and reduce desktop clutter. The VX2835wm is perfect for the serious gamer and movie aficionado who want a complete digital entertainment experience on the desktop.



Specifications
General Product Type28" Wide LCD Monitor Display TypeTFT active matrix Width66.2 cm Depth30.6 cm PC InterfaceD-Sub, HDMI Height57.8 cm DimensionsWith stand CompatibilityPC, Mac Display Diagonal Size27" - widescreen Max Resolution1920 x 1200 ( WUXGA ) Speaker System Speaker TypeIntegrated Display Image Aspect Ratio16:10 Response Time3 ms Image Contrast Ratio800:1 Brightness500 cd/m2
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#1
All looked good until I hit the contrast ratio.....

Still a decent screen though.
#2
Shouldn't it be higher than 1920x1200 when you get to 28"?
Aren't Dells 30" 3000x something.
#3
jukkie
All looked good until I hit the contrast ratio.....

Still a decent screen though.


varying reports on contrast ratio says typical on viewsonic website some sellers quoting 1000/1
#4
i have a dell 30inch it does 2560 x 1600 which is double the number of pixels of a 1920x1200 screen such as the viewsonic.
#5
wileycat;1739349
Shouldn't it be higher than 1920x1200 when you get to 28"?
Aren't Dells 30" 3000x something.


Sounds like it is running as if it is a 24" panel but bigger in the same way that 22" panels have the same native res as 20" panels.
#6
The price is low for the spec but fairly standard for this model; eBuyer have it for £411.68 delivered and others have it at under £400 but awaiting stock.
I assume this is a TN panel judging by the 160/160 viewing angles so you can’t compare it price wise with a PVA panel TFT.
#7
yoshi
i have a dell 30inch it does 2560 x 1600 which is double the number of pixels of a 1920x1200 screen such as the viewsonic.
And double the price. :w00t:

I wouldn’t want to use 2560x1600 on a 27.5” TFT as the dot pitch would be too small for my tastes.
#8
jukkie
All looked good until I hit the contrast ratio.....


It's a little on the low side but as the standard is 1000:1 it doesn't seem too bad.

Agharta
The price is low for the spec but fairly standard for this model; eBuyer have it for £411.68 delivered and others have it at under £400 but awaiting stock.
I assume this is a TN panel judging by the 160/160 viewing angles so you can’t compare it price wise with a PVA panel TFT.


It's not listed on the ebuyer website.

And the 3ms response time makes it looks like TN too.
#9
yoshi
i have a dell 30inch it does 2560 x 1600 which is double the number of pixels of a 1920x1200 screen such as the viewsonic.


How much did your dell cost?

Almost voted hot because I want a 28" monitor:-D
Viewsonic have been around for a while now, how do they compare with other budget 28", price and performance wise?

Had a look and it's out of stock on any site that has it priced cheaper.
Looks like it's in demand.
Voted hot for a good priced, instock 28"
#10
sillycib
Viewsonic have been around for a while now, how do they compare with other budget 28", price and performance wise?

There aren’t exactly a lot of budget 27/28” monitors to compare this with. Your best bet it to search for reviews and see what they say.

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