All this excitement comes at a price, though. The Vision Kit will set you back around £110, and the VX2268wm costs around £100 more than you might expect to pay for a similar, 60Hz model.
ViewSonic's on-screen menus haven't been updated for many years, and are now starting to look rather clunky and unfriendly. They can be rather tricky to use, but the saving grace in the VX2268wm's case is that they offer relatively few options to choose from.
The VX2268wm doesn't come with many premium features, such an ambient-light sensor or multiple image presents. Although many would find such features superfluous, we can't help but think that a monitor at this price should offer more. You do get a set of reasonably good built-in speakers, with SRS WOW processing for boosting the dynamics, though.
In terms of image quality, the VX2268wm is responsive, and delivers very good contrast and accurate colour, although we think it looks better with the dynamic-contrast option disabled.
Without its 120Hz refresh rate and 3D capability, the ViewSonic FuHzion VX2268wm would be very overpriced, and you could get much more for your money. A 16:9-format, 1080p version would be better too. Ultimately, though, if you're buying this monitor, you'll be buying it for its 3D performance, which is very good.
Edited by Charles Kloet