ViewSonic N1930w

$300.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1The ViewSonic N1930w is a 19" widescreen LCD HDTV. A step above the ViewSonic N1630w, this monitor costs $300.  It is an LCD display which is generally the best kind of flat-panel screen for viewing in brightly-lit rooms.

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Having a wide aspect display, it is ideal for DVD movies recorded in the 16:9 format, as well as high definition programming. Interestingly, this piece has a much lower aspect ratio than the ViewSonic N1630w (4000:1 vs 10000:1) Contrast ratio measures the ratio of the luminance of the brightest color (white) of the screen to that of the darkest color on the screen (black) that the system is capable of producing.  This contrast ratio is still better than the HP and Dell monitors, which are 3000:1 at best. Response time at 5ms is notably better than the ViewSonic N1630w, but is still less than the standard with the typical value being 4ms (Response time is a determinant of how well fast moving objects are rendered and how little blur happens). It also has better brightness (300 cd/m2 vs 250 cd/m2)


  • Type: 19"  color TFT active matrix, wide LCD
  • Display Area: 16.2" horizontal, 10.1" vertical, 19.0" diagonal
  • Optimum Resolution: 1440x900
  • Contrast Ratio: 1800:1 static (typ), 4000:1 dynamic (typ)
  • Viewing Angles: 160º horizontal, 160º vertical
  • Response Time: 5ms (typ)
  • Light Source: Long life, 50,000 hrs (typ)
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typ)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Glass Surface: Anti-glare, anti-reflective coat

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