Eightbit IPS panel.
Delivers 84 percent of the NTSC color gamut.
Low overall brightness level.
Slow pixel-response time.
By Channel Pro on October 01, 2011
The ViewSonic VP2365wb sports an IPS panel and a host of professional features for under £200 Viewsonic advertises its VP2365wb as a professional display, so were absolutely gobsmacked when we saw the price. At only £164, it's the cheapest...100
By Web User on March 10, 2011
Although it's described as a professional monitor, this ViewSonic screen is available at a terrific price that puts it within the budget of the average home user. It uses IPS (In-Plane Switching) screen technology, which is superior to the TN...100
By Bit-tech.net on January 18, 2011
There’s no doubt that ViewSonic has cut some corners in the process of squeezing such a great IPS panel into a tight budget. But while you’ll miss out on the NEC’s DisplayPort input, brightness sensor and the slightly more robust...80
By PC Pro on December 17, 2010
The ViewSonic VP2365wb delivers useful features and stunning image quality for sensible money...100
By PC Advisor on May 19, 2010
Admittedly, the VP2365wb doesn’t have the widest colour gamut, but it’s a match for any other monitor in the sub-£350 category. If you need a monitor for very fine photographic work, you should spend a bit more on the Eizo FlexScan...80
By Macworld UK on May 18, 2010
ViewSonic’s VP2365wb is one of the more affordable monitors in this group, but still manages to provide a versatile, high-quality, 23in display that will be suitable for many businesses. The monitor’s design is fairly nondescript, intended...80
By Maximum PC on April 05, 2010
Who says you can't have an IPS panel on the cheap? We wouldn’t complain if we never had to review a cheap TN LCD panel ever again. Our experience with ViewSonic’s VP2365wb, on the other hand, has taught us we shouldn’t assume that...80
By Government Computer News on February 09, 2010
The VP2365wb earns our final Reviewer’s Choice designation for this review. It’s an inexpensive monitor that shows how a standard backlit display can perform miracles using IPS technology. If you don’t need a huge...-
By Dev Hardware on December 22, 2009
Today we will take a look at two LCD monitors aimed at graphics lovers: the 23-inch ViewSonic VP2365wb and more expensive 24-inch Dell UltraSharp U2410. Keep reading to see which one will fit into your life and your budget.ViewSonic VP2365wb LCD...-
By cnet on November 19, 2009
The ViewSonic VP2365wb can be found online for about $350. For that price, you get a 23-inch E-IPS monitor with plenty of ergonomic options, five USB ports, and good performance. The performance would be better if it wasn't hampered by low...-