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ViewSonic VP 2365-LED Computer Monitor Review

A basic display panel atop a lithe and flexible stand.

$349.00
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Introduction

The VP 2365-LED is a 23-inch, mid-range computer monitor from ViewSonic. It's a very simple product, though is more complex in its flexibility options than less expensive monitors. For an MSRP of $349, you're getting a general use monitor that straddles the line between being a cheap budget buy and being a thousand-dollar niche model for professionals. We think it sits nicely in the middle of that spectrum.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the ViewSonic VP2365-LED, take a look at these other computer monitors.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Performance
  4. Usability
  5. Conclusion
  6. Photo Gallery

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