ViewSonic VP230mb 23.1" LCD Monitor - 25 ms

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23.1 TFT LCD display with SuperClearMVA ViewSonic proudly introduces the 23.1 VP230mb LCD display with 170? viewing angles and a 1600x1200 native resolution. Our SuperClearMVA technology, with its fast video response time, makes this display perfect for video editing or computer animation. With a large screen, beautifully saturated color and sharp picture, the VP230mb lends itself well to engineering applications and standard business applications. And the 3-watt bezel-integrated speakers sound great, even when the LCD is wall mounted. Once you've seen the elegant and impressive VP230mb, you won't settle for anything less.

Quick Glance

Interface Connection: VGA Yes

Diagonal Size: 23.1 in

Max Resolution: 1600 x 1200

Response Time: 25 ms

Contrast Ratio: 500:1


Product Title: ViewSonic VP230mb 23.1" LCD Monitor - 25 ms

Manufacturer: ViewSonic

Power Score: 3.5 | 2 Reviews

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Product Reviews (2)

I have owned 2 of these monitors...

Strengths: Great color ... size ... reliable ... great contrast ... easy to set up

Weakness: The dot pitch is at a very satisfactory point but this would be one thing that could be improved.

I have owned 2 of these monitors for the last 2 years and they have performed wonderfully. So much so I am buying another 2. From the first day I turned them on , my wife and I both noticed how easy on the eyes these were. Visually pleasing and a pleasure to work with. On screen menus make set up a snap. I hope to have mine working for me for many years to come.

By wacker - Jun 5, 2005

The small on-screen display menu...

Strengths: 1600 by 1200 true resolution

Weakness: 2 by 3 inch on-screen menu make the monitor difficult to use by persons with vision limitations, e.g. "3.5% of the population that have difficulty reading newsprint, even when wearing eyeglasses."

The small on-screen display menu makes this monitor not compliant with Section 508 of the Federal Rehabilitaiton Act FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE CRITERIA that specifies: "At least one mode of operation and information retrieval that does not require visual acuity greater than 20/70..." (see

By donparks - Jun 14, 2003

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