Excerpt: ViewSonic’s rather jargon-heavy manual makes it clear that the VX2753mh is very much intended as a conventional computer monitor. The large 27in screen produces a bright, sharp image and would certainly work well as an external monitor for a laptop or Mac mini.
A 27in LED monitor with a fast refresh rate and good contrast
Good Gear Guide.au
4 March 2012
Summary: ViewSonic's 27in VX2753mh-LED is a 1080p computer monitor with two HDMI inputs. It's got a good picture for a reasonably cheap panel, and its flaws aren't particularly bad. We'd consider it if we wanted to buy a large computer monitor.
Pros: Good colour accuracy in sRGB and 6500K modes, Reasonable static contrast, Good handling of fast motion
Cons: Dynamic contrast dims screen, removes brightness controls, Bezel is thick at the base, Speakers have a high minimum volume
Excerpt: With VGA and twin HDMI inputs, you can have a PC, games console and Blu-ray player all plugged into the 27in Viewsonic VX2753MH-LED at the same time. It also has a separate audio input as well as a headphone output - using the latter would be preferable, as the internal 2W speakers are loud but very dull, with hardly any high- or low-end to round out the sound.
Excerpt: Existen muchas pantallas grandes para usuarios avanzados , y ViewSonic quiere capturar parte de ese mercado a un precio razonable, 299 euros. En su VX2753mh de 27 pulgadas Viewsonic se ha centrado en la tecnología LED de alta definición , sin incorporar tecnologías inalámbricas que tienen otros modelos del mercado, y eso hace que el precio de reduzca.