Monday, October 1st 2012

ViewSonic Announces New VX70Smh-LED Series Monitors

ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, today announced its brand new VX70Smh-LED Series, with several size options including the 27" VX2770Smh-LED, 23" VX2370Smh-LED and 22" VX2270Smh-LED.

The VX70Smh-LED Series features a professional grade widescreen SuperClear IPS panel with a frameless bezel for displays that look as good as they perform. The Full HD 1920x1080 screen resolution with an impressive 30,000,000:1 MEGA Dynamic Contrast Ratio and wide 178-degree viewing angles deliver an extraordinary level of visual clarity. Base mounted speakers with SRS Premium Sound and an external power supply allows for an ultra slim design. Paired with several video inputs including HDMI and DVI with HDCP (High Definition Content Protection), this Series is an excellent choice for entertainment and gaming.
This environmentally friendly, mercury-free Series delivers an energy savings of up to 40% against comparatively sized displays. ViewSonic's Eco-mode feature furthers these savings by helping extend display life. Teamed with a standard 3-year limited warranty and the industry's best pixel performance policy, even the most discerning display user can feel confident in their investment.

"Our new VX70Smh-LED Series offers the best combination of performance and features in the industry, and we've sweetened the deal by packaging it up in a beautiful frameless bezel design," said Erik Willey, LCD monitor and PC product marketing director at ViewSonic. "Available in a range of sizes, these displays are ideal for consumers, gamers and multimedia enthusiasts alike."

The 27" VX2770Smh-LED and 23" VX2370Smh-LED will be available in early October for respective ESPs of $319 and $189. A 22" version within this Series (VX2270Smh-LED) is expected to be available in early December for an ESP of $159.
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5 Comments on ViewSonic Announces New VX70Smh-LED Series Monitors

I'm kind of pissed at the resolution, but if I'm reading this correctly, a 27 inch IPS screen for $319 is quite good.
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Easy Rhino
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yea, it would have been nice for it to have 1920x1200.
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I personally don’t much care for Viewsonic anymore. I have a ViewSonic N3250W HDTV that died right after the warranty elapsed and a Viewsonic VX2235WM monitor that has started to show some washed-out coolers and a dim display. I believe it was cheap / poor quality capacitors in the power supply of the N3250W, I can probably fix it but I shouldn't have to,....

I’m not trying to say everything ViewSonic makes is of poor quality. I’m just saying my experience with them has been less then stellar. I’d rather go with HP, Asus, Acer, BenQ, LG, Samsung, Dell and so on.
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When will the 1080p virus go away? I understand it somewhat on 24" monitors and below, but not 27" monitors...

I've also had several viewsonic monitors die on me within 2-3 years of purchase: I won't buy from them anymore.
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