ViewSonic DiamaniDuo NX2232w Review: Jack-of-All-Trades Display

ViewSonic DiamaniDuo NX2232w
If you’re working in a small space, all your technology can add up to one big mess. The ViewSonic DiamaniDuo NX2232w, part desktop monitor and part HDTV, promises to cut down the clutter and handle your everyday computing needs.

I was impressed with the image quality when I connected the display to my high-definition cable box. Horizontal viewing angles were good, though vertical angles were disappointing enough to make me think twice before mounting the NX2232w at any height. The monitor’s grayscale reproduction fell short on the lightest shades of gray, but this will bother only the most finicky viewers. The panel did a good job of displaying small fonts and delivered a smooth 3D gaming experience.

The NX2232w offers a wide assortment of inputs, though notably lacking are a digital (DVI) input and useful features like a USB port. The integrated 5-watt speakers are better than most found in monitors, though they could use a little more bass. But my biggest gripe concerns the stand, which is not adjustable and is barely able to support the 22-inch LCD panel.

Despite its poorly designed stand and a few performance issues, the ViewSonic DiamaniDuo NX2232w is still a good choice for users looking to save some space.

ViewSonic DiamaniDuo NX2232w Review
Price Range: $400 street
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