ViewSonic VX2458-C-MHD 24-inch 1080p Full HD Curved Gaming Monitor, Black
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- Curved Screen Immersion - With an 1800R screen curvature, enjoy big, bold and stunning panoramic views
- 1ms Response Time - delivers smooth images without streaking, blurring, or ghosting
- Low input lag - Utilizing a monitor process reducer, which decreases signal latency
- Flexible Connectivity - Choose wide range connections from displayPort, HDMI, DVI
- 144Hz Refresh Rate and AMD FreeSync - Delivers great visual fluidity and flawless graphics
- View Mode technology - ViewMode feature offers “Game, ” “Movie, ” “Web, ” “Text, ” and “Mono” presets
- Full HD 1080p Resolution for unbelievable pixel-by-pixel image performance
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With an immersive curved screen, the View Sonic VX2458-C-mhd provides a stunning viewing experience. The monitor has been designed with an 1800R curve and 85 percent NTSC colour coverage to deliver the perfect balance of comfort and immersion. A high 144Hz refresh rate delivers smooth animations with minimal input lag while AMD Free Sync virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering for a fluid gaming experience. Low input lag embedded in this monitor to provide users with seamless viewing experience. VX2458-C-mhd also comes equipped with View Sonic's exclusive View Mode presents, which offer optimised screen performance for different home entertainment applications, such as watching movies, editing files, or playing video games. DisplayPort, HDMI ports and a DVI input offer flexible connectivity for both general use and entertainment.
24 Inch 1080p Curved 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor
The ViewSonic VX2458-C-MHD is a 24” (23.6” viewable) curved monitor built for gaming and entertainment. Featuring a 144Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync technology, this monitor virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering for fluid game play during fast-paced action scenes.
DisplayPort and HDMI inputs give you the freedom and flexibility to connect to your dedicated graphics card and gaming console.
- Immersive Curved Screen Design
- Full HD 1080p Resolution
- 144hz Refresh Rate for Low Motion Blur
- AMD FreeSync Technology
- 1ms (MPRT) Fast Response Time
- Flicker-Free Technology and Blue Light Filter
- Optimized View Settings
- Future-Proof Connectivity
144Hz Refresh Rate
With a swift 144Hz refresh rate, this monitor delivers smooth frame loading and awesome graphics no matter how quickly the in-game action unfolds.
Ultra-Fast Response Time
Ultra-fast 1ms (MPRT) response time delivers smooth images while minimizing motion blur and ghosting. During fast-paced action sequences, you'll be glad your monitor reacts as quickly as you do.
AMD FreeSync Technology
Leveraging VESA Adaptive-Sync connectivity, this monitor is equipped with AMD FreeSync technology* that seamlessly synchronizes the frame rate output between your graphics card and monitor. This dynamic refresh rate effectively eliminates image tearing, stuttering, and jerkiness for smooth gameplay.
*AMD FreeSync technology is supported via DisplayPort and/or HDMI depending on the model.
Optimized View Settings
ViewSonic’s unique ViewMode feature offers “Game,” “Movie,” “Web,” “Text,” and “Mono” presets. These presets enhance gamma curve, color temperature, contrast, and brightness to deliver an optimized viewing experience for different screen applications.
Dual Integrated Speakers
Designed with dual integrated speakers, this monitor combines incredible screen performance with stereo sound for an immersive multimedia experience.
Enhanced Viewing Comfort
With Flicker-Free technology and a Blue Light Filter, this monitor helps to eliminate eyestrain that comes with extended viewing periods – meaning you can outlast and out-game your opponents just as their eyes begin fail them.
|24" ViewSonic VX2458-MHD||27" ViewSonic VX2758-P-MHD||27" ViewSonic VX2758-2KP-MHD||24" and 27" ViewSonic VX58-C Series||32" ViewSonic VX3258-PC-MHD||32" ViewSonic VX3258-2KC-MHD|
|Sync||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium|
|Resolution||1080p (1920 x 1080)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||2K QHD (2560 x 1440)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||2K QHD (2560 x 1440)|
|Curved Screen||-||-||-||Yes - 1800R||Yes - 1800R||Yes - 1800R|
|Max Refresh Rate||144Hz||144Hz||144Hz||144Hz||165Hz||144Hz|
|Response Type||1ms (GtG)||1ms (GtG)||1ms (MPRT), 3ms (GtG)||1ms (MPRT), 4ms (GtG)||1ms (MPRT), 5ms (GtG)||1ms (MPRT), 5ms (GtG)|
|Flicker-Free and a Blue Light Filter||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Ergonomics (Tilt, Height, Swivel & Pivot)||Tilt Only||Tilt Only||Tilt Only||Tilt Only||Tilt Only||Tilt Only|
|Connectivity||HDMI, DisplayPort||HDMI, DisplayPort||HDMI, DisplayPort||VX2458-C-MHD: HDMI, DisplayPort; VX2758-C-MH: HDMI, VGA||HDMI, DisplayPort||HDMI, DisplayPort|
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First some pro's with the monitor in general.
Easy to assemble stand while it is still in the box. This was a nice touch and made the setup nice. There are 2 pieces to the bracket, note there is NO VESA mount and no possible way to mount it other than the included stand. The stand is Metal both pieces and feels very sturdy.
2 HDMI and 2 DP ports I am unsure of the HDMI spec as I only used DP. The ports go straight out the back and they felt "snug" no wiggle.
Easy to navigate menu system with "joystick" style on back right side.
No Vesa Mount, no rotation, only very limited tilt up/down.
Dead pixels on arrival picture below this appears to be more than one and is very obvious I hadn't even started looking for them when I saw the black spot on a web browser.
VERY poor response time. This is something I normally always look for but because it is completely omitted from the description I didn't think to find out what the response time was. The 144hz had partially fooled me into thinking this would be a a "gaming" monitor with very low sub 4 ms response time. The default response is a HORRID 22 ms and some sort of "overclock" to reduce it to 5ms. It is very obvious just from moving apps and windows around on the screen. The refresh rate may be listed at 144hz but there are problems here too.
I have a EVGA 1080 ti, FTW3 video card, more than enough to drive this monitor for anything. The monitor native settings in windows was 2560x1440 at 144hz. After about 1 hour i noticed a flicking on any windows/apps I had open on the monitor. I did attempt to video this but even my phone at 60 fps wasn't able to properly record it but it is VERY obvious. I spent 20 minutes adjusting options in the monitor menu and it never changed. I swapped cables and rebooted, after reboot the flickering went away but came back within a couple minutes. It seems to be an issue after the monitor "warms" up. As a last ditch I lowered the refresh rate from 144hz to 120hz and the flickering stopped.
Overall I would avoid this monitor, the reviews on Amazon are very high but if you filter for the monitor only there are almost no reviews, there were only 2 when I searched today. This is something that Amazon needs to address I felt betrayed by the review system as it stands with very high "stars" but they include multiple items that are completely un-related and there should not be any cross over, in my opinion, of reviews of this product or any product.
I failed to do my due diligence when I bought this monitor as I was trying to beat a shipping window when I found it for what is by far the cheapest price of a 32" 144hz Curved monitor my price of $379. The next closest is $429 and $479 and it goes up over $500 from there.
I filed for RMA for this monitor.
Regarding refresh rate:
As long as you have a powerful enough graphics card (you must research this first), and HDMI 1.4 or 2.0, and your PC recognizes this monitor (via installing drivers), then it should definitely display the 144hz for you. I had been using integrated graphics on an older PC, and it wouldn't output higher than 60Hz... but once I installed my GTX 1060 6GB card on my new PC, it instantly displayed at 144hz. And for ANYONE who claims that 144Hz is overkill unless you're a serious gamer, I have news for you: 144hz LOOKS WAY NICER, EVEN IF YOU AREN'T A GAMER. I had been using 60Hz forever, and the difference was immediate. I feel less eye strain for sure, and I definitely notice silky smooth mouse movements and scrolling. So if you're teetering on the fence about the 75hz model vs 144hz, I'd recommend just going for 144hz. Especially if you spend long hours in front of your screen.
Regarding response time:
DO NOT pay attention to the "most helpful poor review" here claiming that this monitor has an incorrectly advertised response rate. There is no false advertising about its advertised 5ms response time. However, its TYPICAL response time is actually 21ms (and they don't lie about this either; it's directly in the specifications), and that is what it is defaulted to. So if you want the 5ms response time, simply go into the settings on the monitor and change the Response Time to "ultra fast." There are 3 speeds, and "normal" is the slowest, at 21ms.
They're decent, but if you're planning on routing the audio from either the line-in or headphone jack, be aware that it doesn't have a strong output -- I had to max the speaker volume to get much sound out of it. Probably better to get your sound from elsewhere.
I'm not experienced in monitors, so I don' have much to compare this to in terms of objective viewing experience quality, but as an average user, I can say that HD movies look amazing, and I've been playing my Nintendo Switch games on it beautifully. (And as I said earlier, the 144Hz for PC is a joy on the eyes -- but the Switch only goes up to 60Hz). The surface is a matte finish, and there is no glare because it has an anti-glare coating. The curve is pretty minor at 1800R, so you have to be fairly close to it in order to feel immersed in what you're watching, or games. Viewing angles are great... I haven't noticed myself having to re-position myself or the monitor due to the colors looking off.
Display options and versatility:
This is the monitor's strong point, by far. Maybe it's because I'm a nerd. I LOVE the variety of "view modes" that this monitor offers. There are a whopping 7 presets for viewing experiences, and 2 of those are "gaming" and "standard" which EACH have an additional 5-6 features for custom display features. Mostly, these have to do with contrast and black stabilization (making the blacks more black and whites more white). Speaking of contrast, this monitor's strong point is excellent contrast, since it uses MVA panel technology. It also offers tons of color options and presets too, including the blue light filter for easing eye strain. Also helpful to reduce eyestrain is the fact that the monitor utilizes DC backlighting rather than PWM, (it's "flicker-free") which minimizes eyestrain as well. These two features are part of its touted "eye care" technology.
Also worth noting, it arrived in perfect condition in a sealed box. Setup was ridiculously easy. The monitor cannot be raised or lowered any higher, and nope: there is no VESA mount on the back for this model.
I'll be updating this as I gain more experience and understanding about monitor technology, and my overall experience with it.
This is yet another example of confusion caused by listing multiple products in the same page.
AMAZON, please discontinue this practice!!!
I actually ended up cracking this monitor during a move. After being angry at myself, I ended up looking to replace it with the same monitor. During the life of the monitor, I had no major issues. The minor issues I had were that the "V" in the "Viewsonic" logo on the front fell off and there was one barely noticeable pixel that died in the bottom right-hand corner.
Other than those, I would have gladly kept this monitor until it died. It was a beautiful display. RIP VX3258.