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ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display

ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display
alaScore 89

5 reviews

Oct, 2014

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ViewSonic VSD220 Android monitor review


The VSD220 two things. First, it's a monitor - which is obvious, you can tell that just by looking at it. Second, it's an Android-powered all-in-one computer - which isn't obvious, and would be hard to tell by looking at it.

A nice monitor, decent number of sockets, cables for HDMI to micro-HDMI and USB supplied

Android feels slow, low-spec Android hardware, poor app support, too expensive

It's a nice enough 1080p monitor, although the mini-HDMI will be a bind for some

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Viewsonic VSD220 Smart Display review


The Viewsonic VSD220 is quite unlike anything we've seen before. Its Smart Display moniker implies it's a simple monitor, the VSD220's home hub defines itself as a tablet, but it's actually a 22in all-in-one PC that's powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream...

An ambitious idea, but this Android-powered all-in-one PC fails to make an impression

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ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display Review


ViewSonic's VSD220 Smart Display is a great first stab at a smart display let down only by occasional laggy performance and the fact that better is likely on the horizon

ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display – overviewAs much as we love our smartphones and tablets and are happy to race headlong into the post-PC era, there's one part of the traditional desktop that is going


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ViewSonic VSD220 Smart Display


A monitor that runs Android, making it an ultra-affordable all-in-one computer.

Versatile and a lot of fun ; A cheap route to an AIO PC ; Healthy feature set

Display quality is so-so ; Such a large touchscreen can feel awkward

ViewSonic makes it easy to switch between roles as an Android computer and a "slave" monitor easily, with an OSD (on-screen display) shortcut plugged into the persistent Android nav bar.