ViewSonic VX2835wm 28 Inch LCD Display Review

Posted: Aug 10 2007, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:16am CDT, in News | Technology News

ViewSonic VX2835wm 28 Inch LCD Display Review
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XYZ Computing reviews the large 28 inch ViewSonic VX2835wm LCD monitor. This 28 inch monitor sells for $679.99 on

Quote from the review: "The VX2835wm is basically a larger version of the VX2235wm that we reviewed a few weeks ago with a few upgrades here and there. The VX2835wm's cabinet is the same and it still has speakers and a very respectable price point. Since we are already familiar with the VX series, let's take a quick look at how ViewSonic did with their largest and newest display. Looking at the VX2835wm we can see that it is an upgrade to previous VX models. Despite the VX2835wm's larger size, they all feature a similar base, controls, and cabinet, so the only major change that can be observed at a casual glance is the LCD. "
Read the full review on XYZ Computing.

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