REVIEW: ViewSonic VX2435wm
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Large monitors are more and more often becoming multimedia display sets which increasingly frequently feature a whole range of video inputs as well as the conventional D-Sub and DVI inputs. The 24-inch ViewSonic widescreen VX2435wm, with a native resolution of 1.920 x 1.200 pixels, is one of these multimedia monitors.
In this test, we put the ViewSonic VX2435wm through its paces and endeavoured to test the model in practice in the areas of work, gaming and film playback to see if the VX2435wm meets our expectations of a multimedia monitor.
We tested the monitor on a PC using a Sapphire Radeon X1950 XTX and an XFX GeForce 8800GTX. In addition, we used a Philips DVD player DVP5980 and a Sony PlayStation 3 for out test.
The scope of supply of the ViewSonic VX2435wm contains the following: a D-Sub cable (analogue), a HDMI-to-DVI-D cable (digital), an audio cable, a power cable, a Getting Started Guide and a CD-ROM. The CD included contains the Windows INF monitor driver and a detailed manual in PDF format. All documentation is available in multiple languages. The scope of supply of the VX2435wm can be described as complete.
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