ViewSonic with two new 27-inch LED Monitors

ViewSonic today adds two new LED LCD monitors to its linup, the 27-inch VG2732m-LED and VP2765-LED models.

Both new monitors feature a ThinEdge slim bezels and LED based Full HD 1920×1080 resolution panels, while the professional-oriented VP2765-LED model is also enhanced with Advanced MVA (AMVA) LED panel technology. Spec-wise, both monitors offers a 20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, a 300 cd/m2 typical brightness,  170/ 160 (VG2732m-LED) and 178/178 (VP2765-LED) viewing angles, and 3ms (typ) and 5ms (typ) response time, respectively.

ViewSonic VP2765-LED Monitor

The monitors are equipped with 90-degree pivot, height adjustment, tilt and swivel functionality, 4-port USB hub, DisplayPort, DVI-D and VGA inputs and theVG2732m-LED model also has built-in stereo speakers.

ViewSonic VG2732m LED Monitor

ViewSonic’s new 27-inch displays are backed by a three-year warranty and will be available next week for $429 (VG2732m-LED) and $579 (VP2765-LED).

Source: ViewSonic

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