Summary: have always bought viewsonic moniters, and will continue to do so.. the price is always right, the quality is always the highest. The moniter is sleek, bright, vibrant and everything they say it is on the description.
Summary: I was going to give this a 3 star and possibly return it, until I started messing around with the settings of the actual monitor. I did a couple things through hue and such, but it was still just slightly blurry.
Summary: I am using this monitor with my new eight-core PC. Resolution is pinpoint sharp, right down to the individual pixels. The sound is crappy, but that's what a separate hi-fidelity speaker system is for. I especially like having two HDMI and one VGA input.
Summary: I have only had this monitor for a few days, but have hooked it up to various things such as a PS3, 360, laptop, (only through HDMI cables) and I will say I am thoroughly impressed. The image is crisp and clean, blacks look black, and the speakers are, functional.
Summary: Here's an honest look from a person who took a few months going through reviews on several websites to decide which monitor would be perfect for me! My gf purchased this for me for my birthday after I did the research, not necessarily a surprise to put it that way but an awesome gift non-the-less.
Summary: For the price (got it for 300), This 27 inch is up there with the best. There are better ones, of course, but they cost 2 to 3 times more than this. I wont go over the specs, which are way above satisfactory for a gamer or an office worker.
Summary: I have another 24 inch HD widescreen monitor (not LED) hooked up to my computer via DVI. I always thought the display was great -- crisp, clear, colorful. Then I made the mistake of buying the Viewsonic which now sits next to it (the Viewsonic is connected via HDMI).