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** ViewSonic VX2858SML 28" SuperClear Full HD 6ms VGA/HDMI/MHL Monitor with Speakers £113.98 delivered @ BT Shop **

£113.98 @ BT Shop
Nice :) Don't forget TCB 4.2% The ViewSonic VX2858Sml is a Full HD display designed for entertainment and multimedia applications. Equipped with SuperClear Pro technology, true 8-bit colors, the … Read More
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The ViewSonic VX2858Sml is a Full HD display designed for entertainment and multimedia applications. Equipped with SuperClear Pro technology, true 8-bit colors, the VX2858Sml delivers superior color performance with excellent color reproduction at nearly any viewing angle. Dual MHL ports enable seamless connectivity and simultaneous battery charging of MHL-enabled mobile devices - facilitating easy content sharing and mobile gaming on a larger screen. The MHL ports can also be used as HDMI ports for connection to gaming consoles, set-top boxes, and other multimedia peripherals, while a VGA port provides legacy connectivity. ViewSonic's proprietary ViewMode provides intuitive presets to deliver optimized screen performance in different applications. In addition, Flicker-Free technology and a Blue Light Filter help to reduce eye strain from extended viewing periods. Delivering the ultimate in screen performance and advanced connectivity options, the VX2858Sml is a premium entertainment display for the most demanding of users.

VX2858Sml 28" Full HD LED Dual HDMI/MHL Display

Key Features:
HDMI x2 and VGA inputs for flexible connectivity with gaming consoles, Blu-ray players, PCs, digital cameras, and more
Supports MHL mobile audio/video interfaces for mobile device charging and sharing mobile device content on a larger screen
SuperClear Pro technology with true 8-bit colors, a 3000:1 static contrast ratio, and a 50M:1 MEGA Dynamic Contrast Ratio for excellent screen performance
Full HD 1080p for all high-definition multimedia applications
Proprietary View Mode feature includes Game, Movie, Web, Text, and Mono presets that enhance viewing experience for different scenarios
Flicker-Free and Blue Light Filter technology for more comfortable viewing

3-year limited warranty and one of the industry’s best pixel performance policy for your peace of mind
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4 Likes #1
Perfect for grandma, who keeps telling you that text looks too small.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Aug 19, 2016 23:59
#2
Why must the response time be 6
banned#3
defeatsugar
Why must the response time be 6



Because it's not a gaming monitor
#5
With it's input lag and response time you aren't going to be wanting to do much gaming on it but with actual 8-bit colours rather than the usual 6bit +FRC that most budget monitors offer colour reproduction should be decent.
#6
Have been using this monitor for the past twelve months. General purpose, internet browsing, office work etc. Have had no problems at all. Colours are clear and bright. Large screen size excellent for watching video. Good price too. Try and find a monitor of similar spec cheaper.
#7
buster13
Have been using this monitor for the past twelve months. General purpose, internet browsing, office work etc. Have had no problems at all. Colours are clear and bright. Large screen size excellent for watching video. Good price too. Try and find a monitor of similar spec cheaper.

Does this have a matt or gloss type screen?

I do have a preference for a gloss shiny type glass display, I find the anti reflective coatings dull the picture too much.
#8
recommend the LG 23MP68VQ instead
#9
Maverick85
recommend the LG 23MP68VQ instead

Fair bit smaller
#10
lagtastic
#11
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
2 Likes #12
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080

What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
#13
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
3 Likes #14
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen

But what if you want a big screen?
1 Like #15
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?

Get one with a higher resolution.

The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.
1 Like #16
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.

I use a 27 inch ips Acer, every day, 1080p sharp and clear
#17
Just Wondering
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.
I use a 27 inch ips Acer, every day, 1080p sharp and clear

I went from a DELL 2560x1080 29" ultra wide to a (decent ASUS) 27" 1920x1080 and the picture was far far worse.
#18
tighty
Just Wondering
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.
I use a 27 inch ips Acer, every day, 1080p sharp and clear
I went from a DELL 2560x1080 29" ultra wide to a (decent ASUS) 27" 1920x1080 and the picture was far far worse.

Well that is the wrong way round to do things! What did you expect?
#19
Just Wondering
tighty
Just Wondering
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.
I use a 27 inch ips Acer, every day, 1080p sharp and clear
I went from a DELL 2560x1080 29" ultra wide to a (decent ASUS) 27" 1920x1080 and the picture was far far worse.
Well that is the wrong way round to do things! What did you expect?

i "borrowed" the Dell from work, then resigned :(

i now have another 29" 2560x1080 so the world is a better place again


Edited By: tighty on Aug 20, 2016 12:21
#20
Shame it has no freesync :(
1 Like #21
I say this every time a 27" 1080p monitor turns up as a "deal". But this is a 28" so it's even worse:

1080p on 28" is 79 PPI (pixels per inch)

This is like buying a 20" laptop (even if they existed) with 1366x768. Just think how stupid that would be to use.
#22
tighty
Just Wondering
tighty
Just Wondering
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.
I use a 27 inch ips Acer, every day, 1080p sharp and clear
I went from a DELL 2560x1080 29" ultra wide to a (decent ASUS) 27" 1920x1080 and the picture was far far worse.
Well that is the wrong way round to do things! What did you expect?
i "borrowed" the Dell from work, then resigned :(
i now have another 29" 2560x1080 so the world is a better place again

That is good news, world peace and happiness has been restored to the galaxy
3 Likes #23
And I say this every time people post comments about 1080p large monitors. It's a matter of how close you sit to it. Any resolution becomes 'retina' at the right distance. People have 1080p 50" HD televisions these monitors look fine once you are sat back from them. Not everyone needs super sharp high resolution displays on their desk. Take it from an actual 1080p 27" owner, these are just fine to game, watch media and use for desktop purposes.
2 Likes #24
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.

Think you are missing the point. Ok so I spend at least twice as much on a 2560x1440 only to find that I have to run it at a none native resolution because my GPU can't output a usable frame rate at 1440p or the other option is to turn down the graphics settings making the picture look worse.

I would be more concerned using it for desktop use than gaming.

A 1080p ultra wide is hardly any better. I'm quite a fan of 1440p ultra wide but is going to see you back the best part of £500.
#25
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.

Think you are missing the point. Ok so I spend at least twice as much on a 2560x1440 only to find that I have to run it at a none native resolution because my GPU can't output a usable frame rate at 1440p or the other option is to turn down the graphics settings making the picture look worse.

I would be more concerned using it for desktop use than gaming.

A 1080p ultra wide is hardly any better. I'm quite a fan of 1440p ultra wide but is going to see you back the best part of £500.


also, don't most new gpu have that ultra resolution option that runs higher resolution textures on a lower res screen.

My old 7970 3gb is running 1440p on a 1080 screen. The difference is pretty noticeable on image sharpness.

But this feature has put me off wanting to jump to a 1440p screen if I can mimic it. I'd rather wait for the tech of 4k being affordable down the line and make a much larger jump when I get back into pc gaming.
#26
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.

Think you are missing the point. Ok so I spend at least twice as much on a 2560x1440 only to find that I have to run it at a none native resolution because my GPU can't output a usable frame rate at 1440p or the other option is to turn down the graphics settings making the picture look worse.

I would be more concerned using it for desktop use than gaming.

A 1080p ultra wide is hardly any better. I'm quite a fan of 1440p ultra wide but is going to see you back the best part of £500.


Vsr - virtual super resolution

http://www.amd.com/en-us/innovations/software-technologies/technologies-gaming/vsr

My card can't run 4k due to old tech, so locked at 1440p with this.
#27
defeatsugar
Why must the response time be 6


Elephants?
#28
kos1c
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.
Think you are missing the point. Ok so I spend at least twice as much on a 2560x1440 only to find that I have to run it at a none native resolution because my GPU can't output a usable frame rate at 1440p or the other option is to turn down the graphics settings making the picture look worse.
I would be more concerned using it for desktop use than gaming.
A 1080p ultra wide is hardly any better. I'm quite a fan of 1440p ultra wide but is going to see you back the best part of £500.
Vsr - virtual super resolution http://www.amd.com/en-us/innovations/software-technologies/technologies-gaming/vsr
My card can't run 4k due to old tech, so locked at 1440p with this.

Yes if your GPU supports it it will help. The same issue arises in being able to process the game at that resolution. For many AAA titles this won't be possible. But for many playing things like DOTA2 or WoW then this is a good option.
1 Like #29
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
X), your "what if" questions, people answer one and, what if... :D
1 Like #30
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
GAVINLEWISHUKD
tighty
it will be fine for basic PC usage but not gaming as its only 1920x1080
What if you want to game at 1920x1080?
get a smaller screen
But what if you want a big screen?
Get one with a higher resolution.
The max size for a 1080p is about 24", bigger than that and you lose the sharpness of the image.

But what if Gavin wants to sit further away?
#31
Has anyone received their monitor(s) yet and able to give feedback on it in use? Thinking of buying two for a dual-screen office/photo-editing set-up, and expect 1080p will be fine. Do you need a special cable for the MHL HDMI sockets? Thanks,
#32
Will this be ok for PS4 gaming?
#33
DCW
Has anyone received their monitor(s) yet and able to give feedback on it in use? Thinking of buying two for a dual-screen office/photo-editing set-up, and expect 1080p will be fine. Do you need a special cable for the MHL HDMI sockets? Thanks,
#34
Just received my monitor and it is FAB... It comes with VGA cable and HDMI to mini USB and uk and foreign powerleads. It is really great ... Just got it for the office, but it is great
#35
Is it she same monitor?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00LJVMOC6

model name is same ..how come one has response time 3.8 and other 6?

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