Picture

At $200 it's difficult to fault the ViewSonic VX2460H-LED for anything, really. However, dear reader, I find a way in my full review. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Wide

The VX2460H-LED's extra-wide, space-hogging bezel. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Nothing too much to say here. Kind of "monitor-backs.com." Oh, wait. There's no VESA support. I guess I can say that. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Don't trust

These feet won't keep the monitor stable, no matter how much you may wish it. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Waif

Despite that extra-wide bezel, that's one thin profile right there. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Dual

Dual HDMI, VGA, and a headphone jack equal "Yay!" No DVI equals "Booo!" Read full review
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3.5 stars
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Array

The four-button OSD array holds within it some surprisingly useful options. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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