ViewSonic VX2452mh 24-in. Gaming Monitor - Closer Look

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ViewSonic VX2452mh 24-in. Gaming Monitor
Closer Look
Features and Specifications
Testing Methods and Testing
Contrast Ration and Uniformity
Testing Continued

Closer Look:

As we continue our visual inspection of the VX2452mh, we take a look around the back and see the number of inputs. As I already mentioned, there are three, so there won’t be any surprises there. On the left side of the display (when facing it from the front), there are the HDMI, DVI and VGA ports as mentioned. On the other side at the rear is the standard power connector as well as line-in and line-out. This is handy if you are using HDMI from a console of Blu-Ray player as you will be able to plug in a pair of headphones and keep your room-mates happy if they go to sleep before you finish your latest match.

Closer Rear Close Rear 2


Brand & Bezel Menu Buttons


The stand on this display does not allow for height adjustment, but thankfully it does allow for pivot. We’ve taken a couple of images and posted them below so you get a sense of how far this display will pivot back. It doesn’t pivot any further forward than a vertical plane, so make sure to have it located level with your eyes to reduce stress on your neck.


Pivot Rear Pivot Front


The overall look of this display is pretty generic. It has a decent finish, but nothing really stands out as unique or ultra-high-quality. It doesn’t appear to be that cheap either, but in terms of curb appeal, there is nothing that makes you go “wow”.