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ViewSonic VP2250wb 22in Monitor
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 21 May 2008 12:35

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Initially, you might think the ViewSonic VP2250wb to be an ordinary 22in monitor, but a quick glance at its £250 price tag reveals it should be anything but. After all, for this kind of money you can get the 24in Iiyama ProLite B2403, which offers identical adjustability and inputs, in addition to a higher resolution and more screen real estate. Even the panel technology is the same: TN+Film in both cases.

What makes the VP2250wb special, though, is that it is part of ViewSonic's recently refreshed ProSeries; monitors for ‘top professional users' - mainly in the fields of graphics, digital design and engineering. Apart from supposedly class-leading ergonomics and a comprehensive 3-year warranty, the real ace up the ProSeries' plastic sleeve is extended/wide colour gamut - in this case 106 per cent. For those who are not familiar with what that means, the percentage refers to the standard NTSC colour gamut, of which sRGB is a sub-set. So here we have a panel that should be able to display the full NTSC range and more, theoretically leading to richer, more precise colours.

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