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First Look Review: ViewSonic VP2330wb

24 Apr, 2006 By: Ron LaFon

23" color LCD monitor offers excellent display at a reasonable price


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ViewSonic just released the VP2330wb LCD monitor featuring a 23" color TFT active matrix panel with WUXGA resolutions and an optimum resolution of 1920x1200. With a thin bezel that's only 0.85" wide, the VP2330wb is suitable for stacking and tiling to produce large display walls.

Weighing only 17.3lb, the ViewSonic VP2330wb measures 21.3" x 21.1" x 11.6" and has a typical power consumption of 70 watts. The VP2330wb is HDTV-720p compatible and has a 170-degree viewing angle, both horizontally and vertically.  Read more >>p>

  

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