Summary: This monitor has a resolution of 1080p using HDMI cable, does not produce so much heat when used for extended times, before I used another brand but in LCD and it gave much heat, this ViewSonic does not produce that heat, also has good contrast and sharpness.
Summary: I upgraded from a 21 inch monitor and was thinking this is only 6 inches bigger. But what a huge difference that makes. It is great being able to put more things side-by-side when reviewing documents, or even just browsing directories. Screen is very clear, and I have it maxed out at the full 1920x1080 (1080p) with no problems. It is a very bright screen too. I currently have the brightness turned down to 20% and it is still nice and bright.
Summary: Positives: I have used this Monitor for 2 months now. Nice and big, great for video and video games. Video games look very sharp for the size. Negatives: The text seems 'blurry' when on the internet or reading mail. No height adjustment. I am going to build a stand to raise it up. The monitor did not come with an HDMI cable. It comes with DVI, VGA, and sound cables, but no HDMI cable.
Summary: Have a Viewsonic VA1903wb and a VA1926w, both 1440x900 LCD monitors that have done very well for me. Sure, I'll try another Viewsonic, why not? Wanted a bigger resolution and greater color depth for image and video editing and was willing to pay a bit more for the dynamic color range. Arrived in perfect condition, installation was a breeze, but there was some hicups getting it displayed properly. RESOLUTION ISSUE: - Using HDMI with your computer?
Not terrible, but 1920x1080 doesn't cut it at 27 inches or more.
S. Power, Amazon
15 December 2012
Summary: 1920x1080 spread across a 27 inches diagonal display is about 82 pixels per square inch. This is pretty dismal compared to the 400+ pixels per inch that the human eye can resolve at 12 inches. For a 27" computer screen, I recommend you shop for a monitor with at least a resolution of 2560x1440, many of which are widely available. That will get you 109 pixels per inch, which will look a whole lot better than 82 will.
Summary: Before you read this review, understand that I like to do a lot of gaming and that I did a lot of background research on this. In the past, some view sonic things that I have gotten have been unreliable. Now this begs the question "why did you get this?" Well, I did a lot of research, and this has a big color dynamic, (30 mill to 1) and this ended up being my first choice. Also, this is not just specifically for gaming. It works great for work to.
Wow! Can't believe how much better monitors have gotten in 15 years!
Robert E. Barnes "Bob Barnes", Amazon
23 August 2012
Summary: I had a ViewSonic A90 I got back in the 90's. I was using it on my third Mac. My eyes have been going downhill for the last few years and I was having a hard time reading text on my old monitor. I hoped the VX2753MH would be easier to read because of the greater viewing area. Boy was I surprised. My old monitor had been very slowly getting kind of marginal, but I didn't notice.