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ViewSonic Launches VX2770Sml 27-inch Monitor with MHL Connectivity

Wile E

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It's more and more common to see 27" 1920x1080 monitors under $200 USD. There are some that cost more (and probably try to be more) but I basically consider this class of monitor to be budget or quasi budget for the most part.

I see little reason to complain about the merits or specs of a budget product.
That's actually a fair point.
 
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It's FULL HD.

Can't possibly get any fuller.