In 1887, the first black-headed and red-headed Gouldian finches were imported to England where they created a sensation. When ViewSonic Corporation founder James Chu decided to develop and market computer monitors, he recognized the need to develop a powerful brand image - one that would denote superior quality and value. Working with a trusted marketing advisor, Mr. Chu began searching for a logo or symbol that would achieve these objectives while projecting friendliness and comfort. The three Gouldian finches that form the ViewSonic logo have become a well recognized symbol of excellence. ViewSonic strives continually to ensure that customers around the world associate them with the attributes that characterize the company - superior quality; beautiful, vibrant colors; appealing warmth and friendliness. These birds have become a symbol of ViewSonic and we have a special affinity for them.