I have two ViewSonic monitors - apart from the VX2835WM I also have a
the a lot cheaper standard model - a 21,6" Q2161W (discontinued) which
normally runs on my dual 1ghz MDD with the GForce 2MX/32mb in 1680x1050.
- My other MDD - a 1,25ghz single - has a Radeon 9000Pro which says
1680x1000 with the same ViewSonic. So my guess is that the newer 22"
model also will run at the same resolution as the old one...
Here are links to the two I was thinking of:
VX2233WM (widescreen, 1080p full HD, up to 1920x1080 WUXGA)
VX2433wm (widescreen, 1080p full HD, up to 1920080 WUXGA)
A note... - and - hopefully - not actual to the OP. The ViewSonic
monitors are among the best I as a visually impaired ever have used! Not
just the color management, but the update rate and refreshrate are so
good that any kind of 'flickering' are totally gone when using the
ZoomView enlargement system in OS X. Especially the 'WM' series are
great in work and you can sit in front of these for hours without
getting very much tired in the eyes. - The longest time was nearly 15
hours with very few breaks when I was finishing a large translation. I
wasn't tired in the eyes, but my back hurted.:-)
Cheers, Erik Richard
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