Summary: Loving this monitor is has great colors and lots display area to work my magic. Being a photographer I can say it was worth the purchase. I see some people have complained about support for Macs. Fortunately for me I run Windows 8.1 Pro and have had no issues with it.
Summary: simply not for mac users. after reading so many bad reviews for the apple thunderbolt display i decided to get this. but i should have went with the apple display. just could not get it to work with my new 2014 mac pro. it only worked via hdmi. text looks horrible using hdmi. horrible.
Great image quality, lots of connectivity options, good viewing angles
18 June 2014
Summary: The ViewSonic VP2772 has fantastic image quality and default setup looked pretty good before calibration (For reference, my usual monitors are the Dell U2713H). The ViewSonic has a USB 3.0 hub and lots of connectivity options which I find useful.
Summary: The ViewSonic VP2772 is a large monitor with a screen measuring about 13 1/4 in. x 23 1/2 in. This is a great size for desktop use. It is wide enough both for using two documents at the same time and for watching wide-format video, but not so wide as to have those odd proportions like a side-by-side...
Summary: Note that is "Good color" not "outstanding color". I am using this next to a Dell U3011. I have used it (the Dell) every day at work for 3 years now and I LOVE it. Below are some points to compare and who the winner is in each: Note: both monitors are connected to my Dell Latitude e6510 using...
Summary: For over two years, I've had a 27" 2560x1440 on my desk; I must have stared at it for thousands of hours in that time. Conceptually, it's similar to this VP2772 I have sitting on my desk right now, they are the same size and resolution, both are beautiful LED backlit IPS LCD displays.
Summary: I just installed it and it is a very fine monitor. However, forget the factory calibration. It wasn't even close. I did a full calibration with my spider 4 elite and got it into full calibration after making several adjustments.
Summary: Anyone considering using this product on a Mac should really reconsider their choice. Both documentation and support is geared entirely towards Windows users only, in spite of the company proclaiming that this a fully Mac compatible and supported product!