ViewSonic VP 2365-LED Computer Monitor Review
A basic display panel atop a lithe and flexible stand.
The ViewSonic VP 2365-LED offers a decent selection of ports, sporting a USB hub and a Type A USB to Type B USB adapter input--the cable is also included. On top of these, the VP 2365 offers standard DVI and VGA inputs, though it does not have any HDMI inputs.
While DVI and VGA inputs are standard even to very cheap computer monitors, the VP 2365's USB hub is a welcome addition, and a sign of its cost.
Controls & Menus
The ViewSonic VP 2365-LED's controls are allocated to five buttons along the center of the display, below the screen. The middle button is the power button, and turns the display on or off. The two buttons to the right of that are used to navigate the monitor's menu.
If you want to bring up the menu, you have to use the button labeled 1 (or function 1) on the far left. After you're in the menu, button 1 will progress forward and select headers from it. Button 2 (next to it) will back you out of menus. When the menu isn't up, button 2 cycles through available inputs.
The controls and menus are very easy to use, but in our opinion they're pretty ugly. The orange text and lime-green stripe are about as bad in person as they are in the picture below, but hopefully, you won't be spending enough time in the menu to notice.
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