ViewSonic intros Ultra HD 4K monitor for professional use

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The VP2780-4K delivers all the high-grade features and future-proof connectivity ports for color critical applications

Artists, graphics and multimedia practitioners have something to look forward to as ViewSonic Corp. recently introduced  its new line of Ultra HD 4k monitors, which include the VP2780-4K, the company’s flagship Ultra HD monitor designed with a professional grade panel and connectivity.

The 27-inch VP2780-4K offers an ultra-high 3840 x 2160 4K UHD resolution and its SuperClear IPS display technology provides a consistent and true-to-life image from any viewing angle.

The new monitor delivers the ultimate color performance with 100% sRGB color coverage. It has 10 bit color, 14 bit processing, 3D LUT and Delta E≤2 color accuracy which renders the image on display and print-out as accurately as it is on camera. Each display is individually calibrated and manually adjusted for greater color accuracy as part of the production process to ensure a perfect image quality.

The VP2780-4K also offers five gamma settings, Gamma 1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, to 2.6 to deliver optimized color performance and contrast ratio for graphic design, video editing, photography production, and more.

It also has “MultiPicture” functionality allows for up to four split windows. MultiPicture supports Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture-by-Picture (PBP) for multitasking and simultaneously viewing of up to 4 video sources at 1080p Full HD resolution. MultiPicture also supports equally split images from top to bottom (4K1K), from left to right (2K2K) and in 21:9.

It features future-proof HDMI 2.0 to support 3840×2160 content at 60Hz, the VP2780-4K also includes advanced DisplayPort, dual MHL, and 4-port USB 3.0 connectivity. With MHL, the VP2780-4K enables users to connect compatible mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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ViewSonic’s proprietary Eco-mode energy-saving feature is also built-in, which adjusts brightness of the display thereby reducing power consumption to reduce running costs and prolong the life of the display.