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ViewSonic VX2265wm FuHzion Monitor Specifications

June 16th, 2009 · No Comments · GeForce 3D Vision


ViewSonic VX2265wm FuHzion is the 120 Hertz (120 fps) monitor that is being sold as a bundle with the GeForce 3D Vision glasses in the American market and as a standalone LCD display of course. Even if not using it in 3D stereo mode you can still set the monitor at 120 Hz refresh rate and have a better and more responsive LCD display than all other models currently available on the market (probably besides the similar Samsung 2233RZ). But lets get to the technical specifications of the display in order to see what it actually offers in both 2D mode and in 3D when used in conjunction with 3D Vision glasses.

ViewSonic VX2265wm FuHzion is a 22-inch monitor with widescreen aspect ratio of 16:10 (not the recently popular 16:9) and resolution of 1680×1050 (again not Full HD as the new 16:9 22″ displays already available). The display is using a TN panel with maximum brightness level of 300 cd/m2 (very important when used in 3D mode), contrast ratio of 1000:1 (typical) and response time of up to 3-5 milliseconds (3ms for gray-to-gray and 5ms for black-to-white transitions). The viewing angles are quite good at up to 170º horizontal and 150º vertical at contrast ratio of more than 10:1 which you’ll notice when you see the display, and I should note that there is no glossy and mirror-like filter in front of the display, but a matte one which is probably better when used with 3D Vision. The display has only Dual-link DVI-D display port for connection to a PC and you need Dual-link cable in order to provide 120 Hz refresh rate over the DVI interface at 1680×1050 resolution, otherwise you’ll probably be limited to 60 Hz over a single-link cable. One thing that differentiates ViewSonic VX2265wm from Samsung’s solution (I guess they both use Samsung-made panels) is the built-in 2x 2W stereo speakers in this monitor and the support they have for SRS WOW HD sound technology, otherwise the two monitors are almost alike (apart from their external design of course). An when we are talking about external appearance maybe ViewSonic did a bit better job than Samsung in terms of design and also in terms of default height of the display which seems to be a bit higher here.

To get a ViewSonic VX2265wm FuHzion 22-Inch 120Hz 3D-ready LCD Monitor

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