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The ViewSonic VX2453mh-LED is one of three ultra-slim, LCD monitors between 2” and 27” released together in early 2011.

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Pros

looks good even when it's off, bezel is clean and looks high-end

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good viewing angles, can be seen from the side or when standing

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easy to find the buttons and controls

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lighting is even throughout, only see some edge lighting on a black screen

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Cons

speakers are tinny and washed out, only good for basic beeps and system sounds

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stand can't be adjusted up and down

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volume control is adjusted directly on the monitor, can't be done through Windows, more awkward than it needs to be

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The ViewSonic VX2453mh-LED is one of three ultra-slim, LCD monitors between 2” and 27” released together in early 2011. It and its peers upgrade from the VA48m-LED by incorporating a much slimmer bezel. Like its peers in the VX53mh-LED Series, the VX2453mh-LED offers LED backlighting to in turn allow for an ultra-high 30,000,000:1 contrast ratio. It too also features a full 1080p HD resolution, integrated premium-grade stereo speakers, and an ultra-fast 2ms response time. Connectivity is especially signature, as the monitor includes one VGA and two HDMI ports, which means it can be simultaneously connected to both an HDTV and a PC.

Features
  • 24" Wide Color TFT LCD Display
  • Ultra-Slim Bezel
  • LED Backlighting
  • 1080p HD Resolution
  • 1000:1 Contrast
  • 30M:1 Dynamic Contrast
  • 170/160 (H/V) Viewing Angles
  • 2ms Response Time
  • 25,000hrs Lifespan
  • 3000 cd/m2 Brightness
  • SRS Premium Sound
  • VGA/HDMI Inputs
  • Mini Phone Jack
  • VESA Mount Compatible
  • Energy Star Certified
  • 3-Year Warranty
Post Review
Gary Kind
04/26/2011 06:39

I have Viewsonic VX2453mh-LED and an NVidia GTX 580. At 1920x1080p, the actual image of the desktop is larger than the physical screen by about 3/8" on all edges. To fix this I had to use the monitor settings on the monitor itself. To do this I pressed the "1" at the right edge of the monitor. This brought up a tabbed dialog in the middle of the screen. I use the down arrow to go to "Input Settings", then pressed "2" to select. My Monitor was set to HDMI-2, AV. When I changed AV to PC, the desktop displayed correctly.

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Anonymous

04/28/2011 06:58

Sounds about right. HDMI mode on some monitors will cut off the edges like with HDTVs.

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07/08/2011 10:18

Thanks for that tip, I was about to return this until I saw your info on the Input Settings. Thanks.

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Anonymous

11/03/2011 11:33

Saved me too -- thanks. I was dreding the call to try and return it.

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Anonymous

12/01/2011 01:45

Awesome I just had the same problem this fixed it :)

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Anonymous

12/26/2011 07:52

You are a life-saver, thank you!

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01/14/2012 09:40

You don't understand how many forums I went through trying to find a solution! Thank you!

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Anonymous

09/20/2012 02:34

Thanks for posting this solution!!

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01/09/2013 10:14

I agree with the other two responders. This was a gift to my wife and it was obviously not working right. ViewSonic web site was useless. Thanks very much.

Mario
02/01/2011 01:18

When will this monitor be released Viewsonic VX2453mh-LED. I want to order 3 for my self.

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