•  paul
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There are thin monitors, and then there's the new VX2460h-LED from ViewSonic, a panel so skinny that other LCDs make snide comments behind its back. While others are talking the talk, the VX2460h-LED is walking the walk with a svelte frame that measures a scant quarter of an inch thin, or 6.8mm if you're into the metric system.

According to ViewSonic, this is thinnest profile available for a monitor this size (24 inches) and class (home consumer). It boasts a Full HD 1080p screen resolution, 2ms response time, 40,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, dual HDMI inputs, touch sensitive controls, an ECO-mode feature that supposedly results in up to 40 percent energy savings when compared to a regular 23.6-inch monitor, and Windows 7 certification.

The VX2460h-LED will ship in mid-May in Europe for £159 (around US$210) or €199 (around US$264) inclusive of VAT. ViewSonic didn't say when or if it plans to launch the VX2460h-LED in the U.S. market.

Pretty impressive... although in my home it doesn't really matter if the monitor is 1/4" think or 4 inches thick. It is tucked into the corner of the desk. Can they even have a wall mount bracket on this thing because that would be sweet :)


When it comes to a thin profile on a monitor, I would prefer it on the bezel. Are there monitors without a bezel, or almost non-existent? Ive seen them on TV's (super small bezel), it looks so cool. Comes at a major premium typically.


Very impressive but a bit pricey for a 24in. Monitor, hopefully some reviews will tell us if the product is worth the price


I agree, make the bezel thin. They're solving a non-problem here.