REVIEW: ViewSonic VX2235wm Part 3
The ViewSonic VX2235wm features only a tilting mechanism and is neither pivotable nor height adjustable. The screen can be tilted five degrees forwards and up to 20 degrees backwards. The joint on our test monitor functioned smoothly and is neither too easy nor too difficult to move. Regarding ergonomics, the VX2235wm does not have a TCO certification, being just MPR II certified.
The ViewSonic VX2235wm cannot be adjusted physically other than the tilting function (5 degrees forwards and 20 degrees backwards.
The fact that the VX2235wm is not height adjustable is not optimal and the negative effect depends on the location of the monitor, since the height of the monitor and the width of the bottom frame mean that the actual picture starts a full 16 cm above the tabletop.
As the pictures show, parts of the cover are finished in an exquisite piano lacquer look.
To set up the ViewSonic VX2235wm, the user simply needs to fit the arm at the bottom of the monitor into the base. It can be removed simply with the aid of two locking clips. The base has a metal plate on its underside which lends it some weight and contributes to the stability of the LCD. A sharp jolt to the desk hardly disturbs the VX2235wm at all.
The base can be attached easily to the monitor arm.
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