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ViewSonic VP231WB

ViewSonic VP231WB
alaScore 87

16 reviews

Jun, 2020

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews of ViewSonic VP231WB. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the ViewSonic VP231WB is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Laura Blackwell (

ViewSonic VP231WB Monitor


Switched off, the ViewSonic VP231wb looks businesslike and understated, thanks to its thin bezel and monochromatic, two-footed design. But once you fire up the 23-inch wide screen, you'll discover that vivid color reproduction and sharp text are the...

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The VP231wb has only analog and digital PC inputs--no composite, component, or S-Video inputs--so we tested it with its digital input. When we watched a scene from our test movie DVD in full-screen mode, images looked sharp and colors rich, but subtle...

May, 2005

Expert review by : Ron LaFon (

First Look Review: ViewSonic VP231WB 23 LCD Monitor


ViewSonics latest LCD monitor combines good image quality with a large screen.

The Viewsonic VP231WB LCD display is impressive in size, design and overall quality. This 23" monitor, with a native resolution of 1920X1200, is housed in a thin-edge (0.85") cabinet.

Oct, 2005

Expert review by : Good Gear (

Expert Review


The ViewSonic VP231wb displays gorgeous still images and reasonably good moving images. It also has a highly adjustable pivot-screen.

Great design, excellent image quality, pivoting base

No composite or component or S-Video inputs

Aug, 2006

Expert review by : Bill Holtby (

ViewSonic VP231wb


ViewSonic's 23-inch VP231wb offers great features, excellent image quality and a huge amount of screen real estate.

Huge screen space ; Pivoting display ; Narrow bezel ; Easy setup

Expensive compared to only slightly smaller displays

If you can stretch to it, there's little to match a big LCD for serious work, and ViewSonic's VP231wb comes top of the heap.

Sep, 2005

Expert review by : Bill Holtby (

ViewSonic VP231wb


ViewSonic's 23-inch VP231wb offers great features, excellent image quality and a huge amount of screen real estate.

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Neil Bennett (

VP231wb LCD monitor


The VP231wb is the first 23-inch widescreen monitor from Viewsonic - and as first stabs go, it's quite impressive.

Offers good picture quality, HDTV inputs, a flexible stand, and high brightness.

cons £300 more than the Apple Cinema Display HD 23-inch, which has equal picture quality. Basic design.

The VP231wb's advantages are minor, so we'd advise spending £300 less on the 23-inch Cinema Display

Jul, 2005

Consumer review (

"Great monitor"


The latest ViewSonic VX2025wm (smaller 20" not 23") is a slightly better for video but for day to day work you will not see a difference. You will appreciate the larger screen size. The Samsung 24" 244T recently out is likely the top of the line LCD...

Good color saturation, colors are vivid. Sharp text. Decent contrast. Videos are very good but some of the latest models with faster pixel response times are slightly better. You will be very satisfied with this monitor. Pivoting display is nice but...

Can't think of any currently

Oct, 2006