New Delhi, India, January 13, 2015: ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, announced the company was selected as this year’s sole PCMag Readers’ Choice Award winner for monitors. In its 27th year, PCMag’s annual survey asked its readers to only rate products and services they use in overall product satisfaction, picture quality, ease of use, likelihood to recommend, and reliability within the past 12 months.
“ViewSonic has a monitor for every user and PCMag readers place the company ahead of the competition with unmatched ratings for overall satisfaction, picture quality, and ease of use,” stated Ben Gottesman, executive editor at PCMag.com. “ViewSonic is this year’s sole PCMag Readers’ Choice Award winner for monitors. The company—which makes a very wide range of displays from value monitors to high-performance screens for graphic artists and gamers—had the highest satisfaction ratings in every key measure in our survey.”
ViewSonic continues to be a leading global supplier of display technologies with a focus on innovation, reliable, and quality products. With over 25 years of heritage dedicated to visual solutions, ViewSonic consistently delivers excellent performance, functional designs, and advanced technologies to its customers. The company offers a broad product line that delivers an unbeatable user experience ranging from Full HD LED and 4K monitors, to multi-touch and all-in-one smart displays for Android.
“We’re so proud that the readers of PCMag voted for ViewSonic as their top computer monitor vendor,” said Jeff Volpe, president of ViewSonic Americas. “Because the Readers’ Choice Award comes from a wide base of users who know and appreciate great quality and value, this award is especially gratifying to our team and motivates us even more to drive great front-of-screen performance and value in the future.”
Email survey invitations were sent to PCMag community members, specifically subscribers to the Readers’ Choice Survey. The Readers’ Choice Awards and Honorable Mentions are then based on the subjective determination by PCMag editors, taking into account all of the ratings for each manufacturer.