Excerpt: The Viewsonic VP2770-LED monitor is a big improvement over my old 20" monitor. It is not only larger, brighter and sharper but extremely easy to set up. The set-up was essentially automatic in Windows 7. The quality is perfect in all respects. The colors are accurately calibrated from the factory.
Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Color Calibration, Easy To Set Up, Excellent Field Of View, Great Picture Quality, Resolution, Size
This is a perfect addition to my photography processing setup
Charles A. Floyd, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: This is a perfect addition to my photography processing setup. I often print photos at 12" x 16" and this monitor allows me to see my them at better than 1:1 size. The resolution and picture quality are superb.
Excerpt: Viewable at many angles of view. Works seamlessly with Macbooks and PCs. Fast refresh and fine detail. Display port works well with Thunderbolt on Macs. The 2560 x 1440 IPS/PLS panel is truly beutiful. The On screen display is outdated but still easy to use.
Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Beautiful Color Clarity, Easy To Set Up, Energy Efficient, Excellent For Photos Work, Great Picture Quality, LED-backlit, Photo Editing, Reduced Glare
The First LCD Display to Meet Photographer's Needs
Robert D. Bernstein, Amazon
25 November 2014
Summary: I am a professional photographer and I want my display to show photos, not cartoon versions of photos. I find most LCD displays cartoonish. It amazes me that people gave up the subtlety of CRT displays for the fashion statement of LCDs. But I have to say, this one delivers.
Best monitor I've ever had the pleasure of owning, well worth the price.
22 November 2014
Summary: The colors look amazing right out of the box. This is not something I can say about any other monitor I've used before. I did a little tinkering because I am a bit obsessive about it, but it really wasn't necessary.
Summary: I've been using this monitor for a few months. Bought it for when I got my PC together and used it with my mac. Now that my PC is built, I enjoy using it. Had horrible screen tear and avoided using it, but recently found v-sync solves the problem.
Pros: Great picture IPS 1440p 27 inches Probably the best, but most certainly one of the best IPS (PLS) gaming monitors at 1440p. V-stand is great if you put it in corner of your desk like I do. OSD works great for me. No dead pixels, uniform backlight, no bleed through on my monitor. No flicker, easy ...
Cons: Makes my 24 inch TN panel next to it look like junk color wise. I use the TN for CSGO and consoles, but the IPS has finally replaced it. Have to use V-sync because screen tear is so bad. Limiting the FPS cap won't do the trick, there will be horrible screen tear across the middle.
Summary: //Update after a few weeks This is a great monitor, I've had a few chances to play games, work a lot in vector based UI design and some minor photo editing (just a small project) as well as a few all night Xcode sessions.
Summary: Fantastic display. Displayport, 2560x1440 really adds much needed display resolution. Took me a little bit to adjust (now my secondary monitor - a Samsung 22" which was ordinarily very good) to having two screens with the main screen so much nicer and the secondary screen being such a poor monitor...
Excerpt: The factory color calibration was so good that the transition from old to new monitor was utterly transparent. Didn't bother to do a new hardware calibration. USB 3.0 ports are a plus. Was looking at the Asus and Dell but glad I went for the Viewsonic.
Pros: Calibration, Great picture quality, Large Viewing Area