In reading through the forum, others have noted that the Viewsonic VP2365 LED is a great and reasonably priced LED IPS display. But why?
, Lordsmurf has recommend this LED display for others to buy since it's around $300....not too expensive and not too cheap.
In reading reviews, it seems there's not a whole lot of bells and whistles on it. Nothing fancy with the built in control menus....input connectors..and things like that. But, they say it is a performer.
In general, why is this LED displays highly recommended?
I'd like to get another display for the purposes of VHS transfer. Something that more resembles how I may watch VHS in the future (when most displays end up being 4k). If I can get the VHS to look descent on a high resolution display now, I'm sure it'll look OK in the future when I have a 4k plus display. But, one of the things I hesitate about with this display is it maxes out at 1920 x 1080. Aren't there higher resolution displays for around $300?
Although I'd first primarily use it for viewing for VHS transfer, I'm sure to use it for other things in the future. So, is this VP2365 really a good deal? Is it bright enough too?
As of current, does anyone suggestion a better monitor then the Viewsonic VP2365?
I know this is a 8 bit monitor, but how far off would the quality of video really be to something like a HP Dreamcolor which is a 10 bit monitor? I realize most cards are not even 10 bit still.
I guess the better question is...what should I be looking for in a good LED IPS monitor? Dynamic Contrast Ratio? Brightness?
I was hoping for something a bit bigger than 23 inches though.