Chris Conolly van GamePC heeft een review van de Viewsonic P815 op z'n site geparkeerd. Deze 21" heeft een 0,25mm dot pitch en een maximale res van 1800x1440 @ 78Hz:
Now to the meat of the review, how does it look? Like all Viewsonic screens, it looks surprisingly well. When running at it's native 1600x1200 with a Voodoo3 3500, Windows text was crisp and clear, and absolutely no ghosting was apparent. While the specs on Viewsonic's page say it can go up to 1,800 x 1,440, we could only get the monitor to run up to 1792 x 1344 with the latest Viewsonic INF files in 16 and 32-bit color. When pushed up to 1792 x 1344, the picture started to get a little worse. Screen text became a little blurry, but that's about it, still no ghosting anywhere. Once again, I'll recommend this monitor to be run in it's native 1600x1200, where you can run it at 90 Hz refresh rate. If you're buying a 21" monitor to run at high resolutions, the Viewsonic P817 looks to be the monitor for you. Since it has an input clock of 360 MHz (as compared to the P815's 250 MHz), it will allow you to run higher resolutions at better refresh rates. Once again, during gaming, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the two, since most everything in gaming is somewhat blurred.