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ViewSonic VP2770-LED 27 inch Widescreen HD High Resolution Professional Monitor

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  • Superclear IPS Wide-Viewing Angle For A True, Vivid Image From Any Angle. Dynamic Contrast Ratio Delivers Vibrant Color Performance
  • HDMI, Displayport And USB Ports For Flexible Expansion
  • Ergonomic Design For Comfortable Working Environments
  • 2560 X 1440 WQHD Resolution
  • Delta E≤3 Colour Accuracy - No Colour Distortion Across Devices
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Product Information

Size: 27 " | Style Name: VGA, HDMI, DVI, DP
Technical Details
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions34.8 x 64.3 x 47 cm
Item model numberVP2770-LED
Screen Size27 inches
Number of USB 2.0 Ports2
Number of VGA Ports1
Wattage40 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 17,543 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012

Product Description

Size Name: 27 " | Style Name: VGA, HDMI, DVI, DP

Product Description

VP2770-LED: 27" Professional Display
VP2770-LED: 27" Professional Display
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27” WQHD high resolution professional monitor

The 27” display VP2770-LED has a slim, uniform bezel design. It boasts an ultra-high 2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution for the ultimate quality in image. The VP2770-LED reduces time on editing with the embedded Delta E≤3 colour accuracy which renders the image colour, reproduced on display and print-out, as accurately as it is on camera. The innovative SuperClear IPS wide-viewing angle technology provides a consistent and true-to-life image effect from any angle. In addition, the latest DisplayPort interface supports high definition image input and the built-in four USB hubs enable users to easily connect the display with peripherals. With an ergonomic design to offer users a comfortable work environment, the VP2770-LED creates bigger images and better impact.

Designed with professionals in mind

From 27” widescreen IPS panel to 2560x1440 resolution, from 90° pivot to height adjust function, from wide range of input options to 4-port USB hub, from Eco-mode to VESA mounts, the VP2770-LED is designed with one thing in mind: to serve the needs of professional users and consumers.

Brilliant colour performance

The VP2770-LED delivers professional grade colour accuracy, with support for up to 1.07 billion colours with Dual-Link DVI and DisplayPort. For the most demanding colour critical applications, the VP2770-LED is also fully compatible with the latest 3rd party calibrators on the market.

SuperClear IPS wide-viewing Technology
SuperClear IPS wide-viewing Technology
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SuperClear IPS wide-viewing angle for a true, vivid image from any angle

SuperClear IPS (In-Plane Switching) reduces the amount of light scattering to offer 178-degree vertical and horizontal wide viewing angles. The displays also feature a short response time and accurate colour reproduction to provide premium viewing experiences on the monitor.

HDMI, DisplayPort and USB Connectivity
HDMI, DisplayPort and USB Connectivity
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HDMI, DisplayPort and USB ports for flexible expansion

The VP2770-LED comes with a HDMI and DisplayPort digital interface to support the latest PC, high definition video and peripheral devices with just a transmission cable needed for instant plug and play.

Flexible Ergonomic Design
Flexible Ergonomic Design
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Ergonomic design for comfortable working environments

The VP2770-LED comes with a uniform slim bezel which is perfect for multiple monitor application. Matt bezel can avoid reflection which is ideal for the working environment. Users are able to adjust the base from top to bottom with 28º of tilt, 90º of rotating pivot, 120º of horizontal swivel and a height adjustment of up to 15cm. The multi-adjusting ergonomic design and 27-inch wide screen size effectively reduce fatigue.

Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
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Dynamic contrast ratio delivers vibrant colour performance

ViewSonic’s Dynamic Contrast Ratio technology enhances contrast ratios to a stunning 20M: 1 and increase or decrease image gray levels depending on the brightness and darkness of images. In addition to automatically adjusting the LED backlight to maximize the display’s colour range and contrast ratio, Dynamic Contrast Ratio technology also allows the most accurate reproduction of images by producing vibrant and rich visual effects.

Delta E≤3 colour accuracy
Delta E≤3 Colour Accuracy
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Delta E≤3 colour accuracy - no colour distortion across devices

ViewSonic’s Delta E≤3 colour accuracy means superior colour reproduction performance across devices, achieving the minimal colour distortion.

2560 x 1440 Resolution
2560 x 1440 Resolution
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2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution

The VP2770-LED boasts a 2560 x 1440 WQHD which reduces time to scroll down or change pages and provides more images and refined details than the 1920 x 1080 Full HD.

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The InnoVAtive Superclear IPS Wide-Viewing Angle Technology Provides A Consistent And True-To-Life Image Effect From Any Angle. In Addition
The Latest Displayport Interface Supports High Definition Image Input And The Built-In Four USB Hubs Enable Users To Easily Connect The Display With Peripherals.

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Chris A on 4 Dec. 2013
Style Name: VGA, HDMI, DVI, DPSize: 27 " Verified Purchase
well after more than a year of considering various 1440 monitors, and other options, I have finally taken the plunge and ordered a vp2770. I came very close to ordering a Dell u2711 a few months ago, but I couldnt help feel it was old tech. I then nearly ordered a Dell u2713hm, but there were so many quality issues it seemed too much risk, despite a very good price. So after much searching I narrowed my choice down to the Viewsonic VP2770 or the dark horse benq bl2711pt, the only two other reasonably priced 1440p monitors not using PWM for brightness control. Both monitors were north of £500 at the time, which I felt was not justifiable, until November when Amazon and other retailers began to sell the vp2770 for as low as £440. So I have bought one from Amazon.

I dont have a colour calibrator, another reason for getting the pre-calibrated vp2770.

My only dissappointment with the VP2770 is a lack of built in speakers, which I quickly rectified with my JBL Creatures. Initially I did a quick evaluation: there was no back light bleed, dead or stuck pixels or any other screen issues. One very minor quibble was that the screen is not quite level, it is about 15mm lower on one side than the other, I think if I loosen off the screws between screen and stand I would be able to adjust this, but I may not be bothered enough to do this.

After a quick play on a few games, I concluded that the monitor is simply stunning. Especially Skyrim as I had already downloaded the official HD pack for this a couple of days ago.

Also browsed some family photos on my hard drive and was very impressed at the life like tones. No apple style oversaturation, very realistic.

I have run some langom checks and adjusted the sharpness to 75%.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By John Capozzi on 27 Nov. 2013
Style Name: VGA, HDMI, DVI, DPSize: 27 " Verified Purchase
Let me get to the point. This is the best monitor I've ever used, full stop.

No dead pixels, just the typical (and unavoidable) IPS/PLS glow, (NOT to be confused with backlight bleed, as there is none on this unit).

Response time is stellar for a panel of this type, just be sure to use the middle "Advanced" setting in the OSD, not Ultra. If you're a gamer, you're not going to find a better name-brand 1440p display in terms of input lag. It's better than many TN panels..

Colour calibration was very good out of the box, a little tweaking with Windows calibration toned down the slight red push. Contrast to 75 and Brightness to 24, and some sort of bias lighting behind the display yields excellent results.

If you're looking for a quality 1440p display, I reckon this is one of the best consumer models on the market (NEC and EIZO have better offerings, but at more than twice the price!). Viewsonic Europe also has a zero dead pixel policy.

I use a U2713HM at work, sadly, and the matte screen coating is rubbish, distorted and unattractive, this is a much better display.

This thing also comes with a great selection of cables (DP, DVI, VGA, mains, USB 3.0, audio) but does not have an HDMI input, you'll need a DVI to HDMI adaptor that's not included.

I should mention that the stand allows the monitor to be raised very high (and rotated 90 degrees to portrait), but it sits a few inches higher than the typical 27" at its lowest setting in landscape, and the base is very very sturdy but takes up a fair amount of desk space.

I paid £505 for mine and feel well served, and it's less expensive now!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Reay on 4 Jan. 2014
Style Name: VGA, HDMI, DVI, DPSize: 27 " Verified Purchase
This is a 27 inch 2560x1440 (1440p) monitor which uses PLS panel technology (Plane Line Switching). PLS is Samsung’s take on LG’s IPS (In Plane Switching) which has been around for several years. These panels have much better colours than the more common and cheaper TN (Twisted Nematic) panels but can suffer from input lag. The same panel is used by several competing monitors but the effectiveness normally depends on the implementation.

This Viewsonic monitor has a wide range of inputs (DVI, HDMI etc) and USB2 and USB3 ports. I use the monitor mainly for gaming so only use DVI and my motherboard’s USB ports but they are all there if you need them. It doesn’t have any speakers which is not a loss as monitor speakers are normally cheap and tinny. The power brick is internal so only a simple kettle lead is needed to connect it.

The monitor has height, tilt and rotate adjustment and can be swung through 90 degrees into portrait mode. This latter feature makes it easier to connect power and DVI leads. The screen uses LED backlighting which allows for a fairly thin screen and saves power compared to screens using CCFL lamps for backlighting. The stand is rugged and the build quality very good. It is not a pretty monitor but looks solid and functional. It is also very sturdy and doesn’t wobble.

I upgraded to this monitor from a 24 inch 1920x1200 HP LP2475w which was the premier IPS screen of a few years ago. I was hoping the colours would be of a similar quality and am not disappointed. The Viewsonic uses a native 8 bit panel like the HP and can even emulate 10 bit if required. The colours look great and the overall impression I get is it is slightly more vibrant than the HP.
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