Will work with Windows 8 for touch.
Reasonably priced, Good color and text reproduction, Energy efficient.
Badly needs more processing and graphics power.
Quirky touch screen, Weak grayscale performance, Narrow viewing angles.
By GadgetSpeak on February 19, 2013
As many move from the desktop to a touch-enabled tablet, ViewSonic takes us in the opposite direction with a large screen AIO touch screen...80
By Expert Reviews on February 04, 2013
An ambitious idea, but this Android-powered all-in-one PC fails to make an impression...40
By Maximum PC on January 17, 2013
It’s hard to review ViewSonic’s new Smart Display VSD220 without thinking back to another of the company’s unusual products that we reviewed almost a decade ago: the Air Panel V110. The Air Panel used Microsoft’s “Smart...50
By TechRadar on January 03, 2013
Touch technology has assimilated all manner of mobile devices. Phones, tablets and latterly laptops with tablet-convertible functionality, it's all powered touch technology. But what about desktop devices? Windows 8, of course, offers a properly...60
By Computeractive on December 24, 2012
Although billed as a 'smart display', the Viewsonic VSD220 is actually an inexpensive touchscreen all-in-one PC that runs the Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system instead of Windows 8.The 22in, 1,920x1x080 pixel screen is bright and...-
By Stuff.tv on December 01, 2012
ViewSonic's VSD220 Smart Display is a great first stab at a smart display let down only by occasional laggy performance and the fact that better is likely on the horizon...80
By CNET UK on November 30, 2012
The ViewSonic VSD220 offers tablet-like features with Android software while still working as a regular monitor. Sadly its poor performance, unimpressive display and lack of inputs means it's not great as either a tablet or a...50
By PC Advisor on November 27, 2012
How big is the screen on your tablet? 7in? 10in? How about 22 inches. That's a bit big to get in your pocket or bag, but well on the way to becoming a bedroom, study or home office base station, with all the same functions as an Android mobile...80
By Macworld UK on November 27, 2012
The big trend this year is for smaller tablets, like the iPad mini, Google Nexus 7 or Amazon Kindle Fire. All floating between the 7-8in mark. How big is the screen on your tablet? 7? 10in? How about 22 inches. That's a bit big to get in your pocket...60
By Pocket-lint on November 27, 2012
It's a nice enough 1080p monitor, although the mini-HDMI will be a bind for some...60