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Viewsonic Monitors Reviews

Updated: Sep 17, 2020 16:50
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alaAverage 3.2

Viewsonic VA2855SMH

I would definitely recommend this, but I think the lower price one would be just as good.

6 user reviews

alaAverage 3.2

Viewsonic VX2880ml VX

I knew I was getting a budget 4K display. I knew to expect poor color quality and a modest amount of input lag. I set my expectations pretty low for this one. It failed to meet even those. Stay away from this one.

7 user reviews

alaAverage 3

ViewSonic VG2401mh

The on-screen display appears in the middle of the screen, and it’s reasonably well organised – most of the relevant screen options are held inside one menu, and it’s easy enough to skip up and down. It’s not the most attractive menu system we’ve seen,...

2 expert reviews

alaAverage 3

Viewsonic VX2770SML-LED

The Viewsonic VX2770sml-LED is a decent monitor after calibration, but there are better monitors with the same features that are available for less. If you're desperate for a 27in monitor with MHL compatibility, the similarly priced and superior BenQ...

1 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

alaAverage 3


It's the only good monitor for watching anamorphic 16:9 DVDs, but that is the only thing that it's good for.

2 user reviews

alaAverage 3

ViewSonic GS 773

I have bought 4 of these monitors in the last year and they all have been excellent. No problems of any kind. All the adjustments are very easy to make. The picture is very sharp, clear and bright. Another plus is its size, it is shorter than many 15"...

2 user reviews

alaAverage 2.9

Viewsonic VG2401

Spent 2 hours setting it up by trying to get the colours correct - forget it! Not only are the blacks, NOT that black, it is a very bright monitor that strains the eyes (at least my eyes). Turn down the brightness and the colours also loose their...

1 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

alaAverage 2.8

Viewsonic VA2465S

Supplied with a non UK plug - not in the description and not any use to me.

4 user reviews

alaAverage 2.5

ViewSonic VG2728WM

I basically use this monitor as a second display for tech support work and netflix, no detailed color work or anything like that. The rotating stand works as advertised, as well as the usb ports. The 90 degree screen rotation is great for reading text....

2 user reviews

alaAverage 2.5

ViewSonic A70F 17" CRT Monitor

I just got a new View Sonic 22" but I forgot to write some words about my 17" A75s. I bought it back in 1999 and it has not given me any problems. Very dependable and ready when I am ready. I've used with 4 PC's so far and as far my PC's last, my...

4 user reviews

alaAverage 2

Viewsonic CDE4200-L

Prospective purchasers please be aware that this item is not a TV and does not have a freeview tuner installed. However it is a monitor that can be used in a signage or commercial display.

2 user reviews

alaAverage 2

ViewSonic Optiquest Q75

When I bought my first computer, it cam with an optiquest monitor. Overall, it seemed to work well. It had nice color, and I loved the 17" size (my parents have the smaller 15" - what a difference 2" makes!!). I had no problems with it, and thought...

2 user reviews

alaAverage 1

20.1" ViewSonic VP201b DVI Rotating LCD Monitor w/USB 2.0 Hub (Black)...

The ViewSonic VP201b is a great monitor, when it works. I have had one for several years and decided to get a second one to expand my usable screen real estate. Unfortunately, the monitor is no longer in production and I had to settle for a...

3 user reviews

alaScore -1

ViewSonic VP2780

ViewSonic VP2780-4K review: This 4K monitor is designed for high-end work tasks, but does it have the quality to compete?

3 expert reviews

alaScore -1

Viewsonic G75F

A high-quality, reasonably priced 17-inch monitor for everyone.

2 expert reviews


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    About Viewsonic

    While Viewsonic's consumer market share in this product category has declined in the last few years, it offers a wide range of consumer and business monitors at various price and feature levels. It's budget line is OptiQuest, but there's also a Value line with a wide range of offerings. The Graphics and Pro Series lines are aimed at advanced graphics users, and the X series toward business, gamers, and home users.