Summary: The ViewSonic VP2772 sits in the semi-pro market, with relatively decent performance and a decent adjustable stand, although overall build quality and attention to detail fall a little short of that found on high-end monitors from Eizo and NEC. But if 27 inches of better-than-HD resolution appeals the ViewSonic is one of the few select monitors that will deliver.
Conclusion: The VP2772 left us with some mixed feelings if we're honest. It was interesting to test another high resolution 27" model using the latest AH-IPS panel and GB-r-LED backlighting and overall we felt there was more good than bad to be said. On the positive side, from a colour point of view the screen performed very well. Default setup was very good and represented a decent factory calibration.
Pros: Good default setup and accuracy, Very good connectivity options, Good pixel response times and overdrive control
Cons: Missing competitor features like hardware calibration and uniformity correction, Limited aspect ratio control, Stand is a bit too industrial and chunky