VX2475Smhl 4K By ViewSonic: Ultra 4K Monitor
A new VX2475Smhl 4K Of ViewSonic is a 24in IPS panel that is currently one of the least expensive Ultra HD monitors. Resolution has increased from the 1920 x 1080 pixels of the average desktop monitor to 2560 x 1440 QHD and 3840 x 2160 UHD. And of course gaming players have finally been given some real choices, thanks to faster refresh rates and signal-sync technologies like G-Sync and FreeSync.
VX2475Smhl 4K characteristics include a Blue Light Filter that warms up the white point to reduce fatigue, a quick 4-ms rated response time and two HDMI 2.0 inputs that can accept the monitor’s native res. The screen size means that without dpi scaling in Windows, text is all but unreadable.
It had been to up the setting to 150 percent, which rendered everything clearly. That value seems to be a sweet spot for this particular monitor size.
The VX2475Smhl 4K is amazingly styled with a gloss black bezel and a strip of clear plastic trim across the bottom. The border is a little broader than most at around 3 quarters of an inch on the sides. The screen coating absorbs light very well without conveyance grain or other artifacts.
The VX2475Smhl 4K arrived in a box barely bigger than the panel itself. Nonetheless, it is reasonably well protected from damage by the usual rigid Styrofoam and double corrugated cardboard.
The side profile is reasonably slim at about 2.25 inches. You can see some nice styling cues in the way the power bulge tapers down to the edges and the vents form a nice curve. Regrettably, there’s no USB hub in evidence.
The full native resolution of VX2475Smhl 4K with an appropriate graphics board. The far right jack is a headphone output. There are small internal speakers that can play audio from either the HDMI or DP inputs.
The VX2475Smhl 4K has sufficient color accuracy for both business and graphics applications and serves well as a gaming monitor.