Get a ViewSonic 22-inch LCD monitor for $125.99

This is a new unit, not a refurb, and the bargain-basement price comes courtesy of two coupon codes, not a rebate. Sellout risk: high.

This entry-level 22-incher is noteworthy for its three-year warranty. ViewSonic

It's been a while since I posted a sweet monitor deal, and this one's too sweet to pass up.

Dell Business has the ViewSonic VA2232wm 22-inch LCD monitor for $125.99 shipped. That's after applying a pair of coupon codes: $PDKSK4PXNGBCJ and ?N5PNLRL2JM406.

Update: At least one of these codes has apparently expired already. As I've noted many times in the past, I have no control over when that happens.

You'll be happy to know that this is a brand-spankin'-new monitor, not a refurb, and that you don't have to mess around with any rebates. It's $125.99 out the door.

The VA2232wm is a fairly basic LCD, offering 1,680x1,050-pixel resolution, a 5ms response time, and both DVI and VGA inputs. It has no speakers, but no HDMI or any other frills to speak of.

It does, however, come with ViewSonic's three-year warranty, a standout feature if ever there was one. (LCDs can and do fail, usually owing to a bum power supply or backlight, but most of them come with only one year of coverage.)

I didn't find much in the way of reviews for this monitor, but ViewSonic is a trusted brand, and there's no reason to think this isn't a solid LCD.

Consequently, if you're in the market for a monitor upgrade, or perhaps a second LCD to sit alongside your first (can't recommend that highly enough), this is a smokin' deal. The coupons expire April 2, but there's always a chance the monitor will sell out before then.

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