ViewSonic’s UltraHD Display is for Colour-Critical use

A 27″ UltraHD monitor has been introduced by ViewSonic, after it was previewed at CES this year (ViewSonic Sets New UltraHD IPS Price). Featuring a professional-grade H-IPS panel, the VP2780-4k covers 100% sRGB, 80% Adobe RGB, 99% EBU and 75% of the NTSC colour gamuts. It also displays 10-bit colour, with 14-bit processing, a 3D lookup table and Delta E <2.

Designed for professional and colour-critical users, the monitor features five different gamma settings, ranging from 1.8 to 2.5, as well as the 2.35 gamma setting defined by the EBU, for use in EBU mode. Picture-in- and picture-by-picture modes are supported, and colour is factory-calibrated.

Supporting extended use, the VP2780-4k has a blue light filter and flicker-free LED backlight. It can tilt (-5° – 23°), swivel (120°), pivot (90°) and is height adjustable to 150mm.

As well as UltraHD resolution, the IPS panel provides a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 178° viewing angles and 5ms response time. Brightness is 350 cd/m². The monitor features DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, HDMI, MHL (x2) and USB 3.0 (x4) connections.

ViewSonic is selling the VP2780-4k worldwide now, for $900.