Viewsonic VA2407H 24" Full HD LED HDMI Monitor for £78.99 delivered @ eBuyer
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Viewsonic VA2407H 24" Full HD LED HDMI Monitor for £78.99 delivered @ eBuyer

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Found 4th Apr
Good value monitor



  • Full HD 1080p Resolution
  • Flexible connectivity HDMI and VGA inputs
  • Superior Color Rendering & Intuitive Settings
  • Enhanced Viewing Comfort
  • VESA-Compatible Mount Design

The ViewSonic VA2407h is a practical 24” (23.6” viewable) Full HD LED monitor designed with matte and hairline surface bezel design. Featuring an HDMI input, it is perfect for daily office work and home entertainment. It also carries eye-care technology, including Flicker-Free and Blue Light Filter, to help eliminate eye strain from viewing for extended periods of time. Furthermore, Viewsonic’s exclusive ViewMode™ provides intuitive presets to deliver optimized screen performance in different applications, with an energy-saving Eco-mode that enables users to do documental processing or internet surfing while saving.

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Heat!
Is it IPS?
SPECIFICATIONS
LCD PANEL Type : 24”W (23.6” Viewable) TN LCD monitor
Display Area : 521.28mm (H) x 293.22mm (V)
Resolution : Full HD 1920 x 1080
Brightness : 250 cd/m2 (Typ)
Contrast Ratio : 1000:1 (Typ)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 50,000,000:1
Viewing Angles : 170 degrees / 160 degrees (Typ)
Response Time : Tr+Tf: 5ms (Typ)
Backlight : 1 WLED light bar
Backlight Life : 20,000 Hrs (Min)
Colours : 16.7M colors (6-bit+Hi-FRC)
Colour Gamut : 72% of NTSC (Typ)
Panel Surface : Anti-Glare type, Hard-coating (3H), Haze 25%
Digital : HDMI x 1 (v1.4 compatible)
Analog : DB -15 x 1
Audio Out : Earphone out x 1 (3.5mm plug)
Audio In : N/A
Edited by: "jocksteeluk" 4th Apr
kenny009uk3 m ago

Is it IPS?


It's a TN panel, according to the product description on Ebuyer.
Is this better than the standard Benq 24?
Heat - was just looking for a 2nd monitor and bingo. Now for a double stand.
The Viewsonic Monitor I bought was faulty and they (Viewsonic) tried to palm me off with a very scruffy used item as the replacement. Terrible company, I wouldn’t touch this with a barge pole
Edited by: "Village" 5th Apr
Village8 m ago

The Viewsonic Monitor I bought was faulty and they (Viewsonic) tried to …The Viewsonic Monitor I bought was faulty and they (Viewsonic) tried to palm me off with a very scruffy used item as the replacement. Terrible company, I wouldn’t touch this with a barge pole


Did you not deal with eBuyer? I had a faulty monitor (not Viewsonic) and they replaced (told me to bin the old one not worth sending back) didn't need to speak to manufacturer/support and it's been fine ever since, was a £119 monitor.
Edited by: "FlexR" 5th Apr
Yeah, I give that heat, any 24" good enough for casual use at 80 sovs is a good buy. Viewsonic have been going decades,so customer service might be a bit poor, but I doubt many returns..
CANCEL THAT, ITS GONE UP TO £95.
I did deal with the vendor, but it was Viewsonic who shipped out the secondhand replacement. In the end, the vendor swapped it for an NEC monitor. I had to pay a bit extra, but it was well worth it for not to have any further dealings with the truly dreadful Viewsonic!
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