At just 60Hz, we never expected this monitor to wow us, but it certainly didn't fall below expectations. The picture is quite sharp, and the 60Hz didn't really bother us too much, but hardcore gamers will certainly want to opt for a display with a faster refresh and quicker response time.
Looking at and editing pictures on the VX2263 is a pleasant experience as the monitor is sharp. Pictures look great, and colors seem very true to life.
The same can be said about watching videos on the panel. I'm quite pleased with how movies came across on the panel. This sharpness is likely partially attributable to the hard anti-glare coating. It really helps things pop.
And speaking of the anti-glare coating, the panel features edge-to-edge glass, which helps make this panel look great. Add to that slim bezels and a multi-monitor setup can easily be visualized with this display.
And finally, viewing angles. While ViewSonic claims 178/178 horizontal/vertical, the panel starts to dim as you move off-angle, decreasing the viewing experience. However, the colors do stay true-or close to true-even as you move to the extremes of viewing angles.
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