Thursday, April 9th 2009

Viewsonic Quietly Intros 24-inch VG2427 1080p LCD Monitor

A day ago Viewsonic quietly added the VG2427 24-inch model to its range of LCD monitors. The VG2427 boasts native resolution of 1920x1080 pixels with 16:9 aspect ratio. The panel has a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio as well as 300cd/m2 brightness. The monitor's stand is height-adjustable, also hidden are two stereo speakers and a USB hub with pair of USB 2.0 ports.Priced at $499, the Viewsonic VG2427 is available for purchase now.

Source: Engadget
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7 Comments on Viewsonic Quietly Intros 24-inch VG2427 1080p LCD Monitor

#2
ZoneDymo
no higher than full hd makes this a dull screen.

Seriously, that the first LCD screen have not that great resolutions, ok, but come one, cant newer ones get higher resolutions than this?
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#3
my_name_is_earl
Is this 120Hz refresh rate? If not, it's kinda expensive. My Acer 24" LCD is a better price.
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#4
Polarman
Does the DVI actually works on this one? Because mine DON'T. :mad:
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#5
Haytch
by: Polarman
Does the DVI actually works on this one? Because mine DON'T. :mad:
What do you have Polarman ?
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#6
amunaor
Where's the Beef?

No Displayport connectors make this offer not very forward looking!
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#7
Silverel
High relative price, 1080 resolution, -displayport.

Sad to see this making it to market. You can find a 24" monitor for half the price at 19x12 res, 2-5ms response, higher cd/m2, displayport, and lack of undoubtedly poor quality speakers.

The only reason I see this making a Press Release on TPU is so we, the savvy hardware guys, can shoot it down as a steaming pile of poo.
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