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ViewSonic VA1916w TFT 19" £99.28 @ ebuyer
ViewSonic VA1916w TFT 19" £99.28 @ ebuyer

ViewSonic VA1916w TFT 19" £99.28 @ ebuyer

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Excellent price, was previously £119, I have the same monitor it is excellent - has very bright backlight and excellent contrast, looks great when using XBOX360 too

VGA only, 3 Years warranty

Dimensions (WxDxH) 44 cm x 19.5 cm x 38.3 cm
Weight 4 kg
Diagonal Size 19" - widescreen
Max Resolution 1440 x 900
Display Positions Adjustments Tilt
Response Time 5 ms
Image Brightness 300 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio 700:1 / 2000:1 (dynamic)
Signal Input VGA
Compliant Standards TCO '03, EPA Energy Star etc
Power AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Consumption Operational 32 Watt

6 Comments

Why cold?

Original Poster

xXx;3013171

Why cold?



I understand cold voting for monitors/TVs that are cheaper elsewhere, as a lot of people have seen the image quality on the high street, but the fact remains I doubt most people have seen the image quality this screen produces or can find this same monitor for this price from a reputable company, spend the extra tenner and get a monitor that is as good as this one!

Sounds good, voted hot

Very bright backlight may be putting people off, with LCDs it's common that the backlight is too bright and gives you headaches.

Original Poster

EndlessWaves;3013919

Very bright backlight may be putting people off, with LCDs it's common … Very bright backlight may be putting people off, with LCDs it's common that the backlight is too bright and gives you headaches.



you can turn it down using forceware or ati catalyst, so not really an issue, the monitor is calibrated well so i've not made any adjustments since buying and not had any trouble playing games for over an hour

AugQX;3014035

you can turn it down using forceware or ati catalyst, so not really an … you can turn it down using forceware or ati catalyst, so not really an issue, the monitor is calibrated well so i've not made any adjustments since buying and not had any trouble playing games for over an hour



You're better off adjusting brightness on the monitor as quite these days can adjust the brightness of the blacklight. Adjusting it via the graphics card just restricts the brighter shades from being shown so the LCD cells are never fully open, so that's generally second choice.

I wasn't saying that this monitor was too bright, I was just pointing out that it's a common problem with LCDs and your description may have led some people to think it's likely to be a problem with this monitor.
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