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ViewSonic VA926

The VA926 model from ViewSonic is going to end this review. It differs from the previous model in having a digital interface. Perhaps it has a different setup as well?

The specifications are absolutely identical to the above-discussed model from ViewSonic.

The exterior design is the same, too. It is a square black plastic case with a light band along the bottom.

The case is indeed the same from any side.

So, the simple stand allows you to adjust the tilt of the screen. You can replace it with a VESA-compatible mount.

This model comes with both analog and digital connectors.

What I have written about the control buttons of the previous model is true for this one, too. They are too small and have unreadable labels.

Quick access is still provided to the automatic adjustment and to the brightness and contrast settings. You can also quickly select the video interface to use.

As expected, the menu is the same as in the previous model.

The monitor has 100% brightness and 70% contrast by default. I achieved a 100nit white by lowering both to 56%. Color gradients are reproduced without banding at any settings and there are no problems with darks, either. Lights are indistinguishable from each other at a contrast of 80% and higher. The monitor’s brightness is regulated by means of backlight modulation at a frequency of 315Hz.

 
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