ViewSonic stoops low (in price) for this 24-incher

A 24-inch monitor with full HD for less than $300? Well yes, and here it is.

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Hmmm, just what movie is this anyway? ViewSonic

It wasn't all stereoscopic screens and crazy 3D glasses at ViewSonic's showing at CES. The company also introduced a new 24-inch monitor, the VX2433.

In keeping with what seems to be a trend with monitors at this year's CES, the new 24-inch display has a 16:9 aspect ratio and includes a "Full HD" 1,920x1,080-pixel resolution. However, connection options are limited to HDMI, so I hope that ViewSonic includes at least a DVI-to-HDMI cable.

The display has a 2ms pixel response time and an aspect ratio adjustment that, according to the company, ensures your images are never distorted regardless of signal source. The display also includes integrated SRS WOW HD speakers and an Ecomode that automatically reduces power consumption and can extend backlight life.

The ViewSonic VX2433 will be available soon for $279, according to the company.