Viewsonic VX2260WM Full HD 22" TFT Monitor 1920x1080 20,000:1 (dynamic) 300cd/m2 2ms VGA/DVI-D/HDMI Black £139.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
Viewsonic VX2260WM Full HD 22" TFT Monitor 1920x1080 20,000:1 (dynamic) 300cd/m2 2ms VGA/DVI-D/HDMI Black £139.99 delivered @ Ebuyer

Viewsonic VX2260WM Full HD 22" TFT Monitor 1920x1080 20,000:1 (dynamic) 300cd/m2 2ms VGA/DVI-D/HDMI Black £139.99 delivered @ Ebuyer

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Cheap but excellent monitor from Viewsonic. My brother reckons they are cheaper because they are a little known brand, but the quality of the monitor is there for all to see in the product stats. Could easily be connected up to a PS3 or XBOX 360 as it has a HDMI input.

£139.99 delivered with the supersaver delivery option, usually means 1 - 2 working days when you buy from ebuyer.

I've got two! Enjoy =)

Product Description
Optimize your desktop experience with ViewSonic's Full HD 1080p 22" (21.5" viewable) VX2260wm widescreen LCD. This monitor delivers beautiful HD images. Connect your game console or DVD player through the HDMI input and enjoy HD content on your desktop.
High brightness and super-fast 2ms video response and ultra-high 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio deliver brilliant, blur-free images with incredible definition and detail. Completing the multimedia desktop experience are integrated stereo speakers with SRS WOW HD stereo sound. The Eco-mode function can save up to 40% on energy costs. The VX2260wm is ideal for the discriminating gamer or professional who demands top-of-the-line images and performance.
Display Features

* Type: 21.5 wide Color TFT Active Matrix LCD
* Display Area: 18.7" (H) ?10.5" (V) / 21.5" diagonal
* Optimum Resolution: 1920x1080 WUXGA
* Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typ)
* Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (typ.) ; 20000:1 dynamic
* Viewing Angle: 170° horizontal, 160° vertical
* Response Time: 5ms (typ); 2ms (gtg)
* Pixel Pitch: 0.248mm
* Panel Surface: Anti-glare, 3H
* Light Source: 50,000 hrs. (typ)


* Analog: 15-pin mini D-sub
* Digital: DVI-D (TMDS, 100 ohms, with HDCP) / HDMI
* Power: 3-pin AC plug (CEE22)
* Audio: 3.5 mm Audio line-in / 3.5 mm Audio line-out

Audio Features

* Speakers: 2 x 1.5 watt with SRS WOW sound*

Other Features

* Basic Controls: 1, 2, power, down, up
* OnView® Controls: Auto image adjust, Contrast/Brightness, Input select: D-SUB, DVI, HDMI PC, HDMI AV, Audio adjust: Volume, mute, Color adjust: sRGB, 9300K, 7500K, 6500K, 5000K, user color [R, G, B], Information, Manual image adjust: H/V position, Horizontal size, fine tune, sharpness, dynamic contrast, response time, aspect ratio, display mode, Eco mode, Setup menu: language, resolution notice, OSD position, OSD timeout, OSD background, sleep, Memory recall
* Operating Conditions: Temperature: 32-104°F (0-40°C)/Humidity: 20 - 90% (non-condensing)
* Dimensions (WxHxD): Physical with stand 20.2" x 16.1" x 8.2" (513mm x 410mm x 208mm)
* Physical without stand 20.2" x 13.0" x 2.2" (512mm x 330mm x 56mm)
* Weight: Net with stand 9.1 lbs (4.1 kg)
* Vesa® Mount: 100mm x 100mm
* Power: AC 100-240V (Universal); 50/60Hz (Switch)
* Consumption; 40 (typ.)
* Stand: Tilt 20° ~ -5°
* Package Contents: ViewSonic VX2260wm LCD, VGA cable, DVI cable, Audio cable, Power cable, Quick Start Guide, ViewSonic Wizard CD
* Power Management: Meets ENERGY STAR® standards
* Warranty: Three-year limited manufacturer warranty on parts, labor and backlight


Not a bad price for a 22 inch with dvi. I thought I paid more for my vga only aoc but I paid 100 quid for it, having a blond moment lol.

God damn you Ebuyer. I really wanted this monitor because the reviews was raving about this monitor, so I saved all my lovely pennies up. Then a couple of weeks before I had all my money together and they took it off there list. So I emailed ebuyer asking if they was going to have some more in stock and they said no sorry this product is being discontinued at ebuyer. So I brought the Philips (which is a brilliant monitor) but I really wanted the viewsonic, so as you can tell I was really bummed out by it and now they have brought it back. GGGRRRRR Ebuyer

Here is one review for it


Actually looking at digital versus I made the better choice in the end

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