Posted Thu Apr 15, 2010 at 09:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery
The 23” set won’t make any waves, but it’s nice, small, and efficient.
You’re not going to blow anyone’s mind when you invite them over to check out your new 23 inch Viewsonic VT2300LED. It’s not much bigger than most computer monitors, and smaller than some. In the kitchen though, or anywhere else where space comes at a premium, the 2300 will do the job nicely.
It’s got a 1080p resolution and three HDMI ports, which makes it surprisingly versatile for a smaller display. The VT2300LED is also packed with Viewsonic technology that’s designed to create more realistic skin tones and a better overall picture.
Viewsonic’s new set is power efficient thanks to edge based LED backlighting. They quote a 50% energy savings over traditional LCD monitors, which is about what we’ve come to expect from LED lighting.
MSRP in the VT2300LED is $399, but online retailers like Amazon are letting it go for $100 less than asking.
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