ViewSonic outs 27-inch VX2739wm HD LCD monitor with 1ms response time

The world’s first 27” Full HD monitor with a 1ms response time  is here. ViewSonic VX2739wm take a lead with 1ms from fastest LCDs on sale today. 

Offering 1920×1080 pixel resolution, 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and  and built-in speakers with SRS® Premium Sound it seams ideal for gaming and movie lovers. You will have also HDMI, DVI ,VGA port and a 4-port USB hub,  all backed by a three-year warranty.

ViewSonic VX2739wm

ViewSonic VX2739wm

“We have been in the monitor business for more than 20 years, and every day we continue to innovate and push the limits of what is possible,” said Sean Gunduz, senior product manager for ViewSonic. “We are proud to announce that our new VX2739wm is the world’s first and only 27” 1080p entertainment monitor to offer a 1ms response time. This is truly an industry-leading display experience.”

ViewSonic VX2739wm

The price of this ” fast and furios” monitor will coast you $349 at, and

ViewSonic VX2739wm



Type 27″ Wide Color TFT Active Matrix LCD 16:9 aspect ratio
Display Area 23.5″ horizontal x 13.2″ vertical; 27″ diagonal
Optimum Resolution 1920×1080 WUXGA
Contrast Ratio 1200:1 (typ); 100,000:1 (dynamic)
Viewing Angles 170º horizontal, 160º vertical @ 5:1 contrast ratio
Response Time 1ms (typ)
Light Source Long life, 50,000 hrs. (typ)
Brightness 300 cd/m2 (typ)
Panel Surface Anti-glare, hard coating (3H)


Analog RGB analog (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p)
Digital DVI-D (TMDS, 100 ohms with HDCP), HDMI 1.3
Frequency Fh: 24~83kHz, Fv: 50~76Hz


PC VGA up to 1920×1080 non-interlaced
Mac® Power Mac, up to 1920×1080


Analog 15-pin mini D-sub (VGA)
Digital DVI-D (with HDCP), HDMI 1.3
Audio 3.5mm audio in / 3.5mm audio out
Power 3-pin AC plug (CEE22)


Voltage AC 100–240V (universal), 50/60Hz (auto switch)
Consumption 58W (typ); 38W (Eco-mode)


LCD Lens Shutter 2x2W with SRS Premium Sound**


Tilt: Down 5º, Up 20º


Basic Power, 1, down, up, 2
OSD Auto image adjust, contrast, brightness, input select (D-sub, DVI, HDMI PC, HDMI AV), audio adjust (volume, mute), color adjust (sRGB, 9300K, 7500K, 6500K, default 5000K, user color RGB), information, manual image adjust (H/V position, horizontal size, fine tune, sharpness, dynamic contrast, response time, aspect ratio, display mode, Eco-mode), setup menu (language, resolution notice, OSD position, OSD timeout, OSD background, sleep), memory recall


Temperature 32–104º F (0–40º C)
Humidity 20–90% (non-condensing)


Physical With Stand 25.5″ x 19.3″ x 9.9″ (648mm x 490mm x 251mm)
Physical Without Stand 25.5″ x 16.2″ x 2.6″ (648mm x 411mm x 66mm)
Packaging 29.7″ x 23.2″ x 6.9″ (755mm x 589mm x 175mm)


Gross 19.9 lb. (9.0 kg)
Net With Stand 15.0 lb. (6.8 kg)
Net Without Stand 13.6 lb. (6.2 kg)


200mm x 100mm


UL, cUL, FCC-B (ICES), CD, CE, CES-003B, VCCI, Nemko ERGO (MPR II, ISO 13406-2), TUV-S, NOM, GOST-R, HYGIENIC (20 copies), CCC, BSMI, PSB, C-TICK, KTL/MIC, SASO, WEEE, RoHS, Ukraine


The lamp in this product contains mercury. Please dispose of in accordance with local, state or federal laws.


LCD display, VGA cable, DVI cable, audio cable, power cable, Quick Start Guide, USB cable, ViewSonic Wizard CD (User Guide & drivers)


Three-year limited warranty on parts, labor and backlight


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