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ViewSonic VX750

The previous monitor belongs to the bottom price category, but the VX750 is a mainstream product with an appropriate exterior as well as parameters. It is a silvery elegant case with deliberately smoothed corners standing on a low round base of the same silver color. A curious thing about this monitor is the handle to carry it about. You seldom see such a handle, and use it even more rarely.

The base only allows adjusting the screen tilt – the screen height cannot be controlled at all. This is a typical thing for multimedia monitors, and this monitor is one – it has speakers on the sides of the screen and a stylish design, suitable for home, rather than office.

The VX750 is equipped with analog and digital inputs, audio input and two audio outputs (headphones and line-out), so you can attach active speakers to it, if you prefer controlling the sound from the monitor, but are not satisfied with the low quality of its integrated speakers. The power adapter is external. When attached, the cables are hidden under a decorative cover you don’t see in the snapshot above.

The control buttons are located on the top edge of the case – the central group looks like a joystick you find in many mobile phones. Of course, these are five independent buttons, but four of them are simply covered under a decorative ring. There are three new buttons compared to the VE710s. Two buttons control the sound volume (by adding these buttons, the manufacturer could keep buttons that control the brightness and contrast settings) and one button switches between the monitor’s inputs.

 
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