Summary: I have been debating for months on which monitor to replace my old HP 22", I actually had the LG 34um95 on back order which would have been about 8" wider and probably very cool. While waiting, I decided to cancel my LG order and order the VP2770-LED instead. I saved $325 and ended up with a great monitor. I put this saving toward a ScanSnap iX500 (which blew my sox off), but that's another review altogether.
Summary: I was impressed enough with my first IPS Viewsonic, that I purchased a second one. The image is terrific, and there was not a single pixel either stuck on or off - same with the second monitor. Both are on daily, and I have not had any infantile electronic failures.
Summary: I have been running this monitor from my laptop display port with no issues for a few weeks now. What I like: * The 2560 x 1440 resolution is rather impressive. * Screen is more of a satin look, not glossy. * Colors seem spot on right out of the box What I don't like: * Makes the other two monitors I have next to it look like garbage. My current setup is 3 monitors with this one being my center and two 21 inch monitors in a vertical orientation on either side.
Summary: I bought the VP2770 based upon all of the great reviews. First the packing is great and it was delivered in two days from TheNerds Store. Came with all of the cables one could need to connect to any video card. I'm using the Display Port. The Picture quality is Amazing! The only Con that I have is the base has very large feet and takes up desk space. But it also means that the monitor is very steady.
Summary: Every gamer's dream monitor! No dead pixels and the screen is almost too bright at 50% brightness setting. The additional screen real estate at 2560 x 1440 really helps for video editing too. Best monitor I've ever owned.
Summary: It is an outstanding display. The display color quality is supper clear. It is a truly professional monitor. I can change color mood instantly within a few clicks. I had six monitors (3 ViewSonic and 3 Asus) and this monitor is the best one. I used them mostly for stock chart graphic display and some for web surfing. I choose this LCD for both.
Summary: Very sturdy, perfect color, nice design. The only thing that I can complain about is the location of the USB ports, which is really more of a problem related to where I have the monitor, and not really a flaw of the monitor itself. I use it primarily for image editing.
Summary: Have had the monitor a couple of weeks. Easy to assemble. Worked right of the box. No dead pixels. Excellent crisp picture in the highest resolution. Didn't adjust the colours, but turned down the brightness a bit (think to around 50). The foot is a bit big on my desk, but most the back (which isn't a problem). Nice to be able to have, for example, a Word document and an Excel sheet, open at the same time and being able to read everything comfortably.
Excerpt: I use the monitor with my laptop to work in Adobe Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CS 6. I used the Spyder4Elite Calibration tool and the monitor was easy to set-up. I was surprised how easy everything was and there was not really a learning curve at all.
Pros: Adjustable, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight, Sharp Image, Vivid Colors