ViewSonic VX2758-2KP-MHD 27 Inch Frameless WQHD 1440p 144Hz 1ms IPS Gaming Monitor with FreeSync Eye Care HDMI and DisplayPort
- Be the difference: WQHD (2560x1440p) resolution, ultra-fast 1ms (MPRT) response time, and amazing 144Hz refresh rate give you the edge in all your gaming quests
- No image tearing: AMD Free Sync technology enables smooth frame rates to aid you in battle
- Amazing at any angle: an IPS panel ensures stunning views no matter your vantage point
- Comfortable gaming: flicker-free technology and blue light filter for all-day comfort
- Game on: an arsenal of pre-set customizable visual modes keeps you ready for any FPS, RTS, or MOBA games
- Flexible connect I via flexible connectivity: The vx2758-p-mhd supports laptops, phones, tablets, PCs, and Macs with HDMI, and display port input: The vx2758-p-mhd supports laptops, phones, tablets, PCs, and Macs with HDMI, and display port inputs
- Industry-leading warranty: 3-year coverage with access to our US-based customer service team
- Included in the box: LCD monitor, power Cable, and HDMI cable
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The viewsonic vx2758-2kp-mhd is a 27” WQHD IPS gaming monitor built for gaming and entertainment. With a sleek frameless design, The VX2758-2KP-MHD provides A seamless viewing experience for multi-monitor gaming setups. Featuring a 144Hz refresh rate and AMD Free Sync technology, this monitor virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering for fluid game play during fast-paced action scenes. An ultra-fast 1ms (MPRT) response time and low input lag also provides smooth screen performance free from blurring or ghosting. For a game winning competitive edge, game mode hot keys optimize game play for FPS, RTS and MoCA game genres. Flexible connectivity options such as DisplayPort and HDMI allow you to connect to your dedicated graphics card and gaming console. The VX2758-2KP-MHD features all the perks needed to dominate all your gaming and entertainment quests.
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The backlight bleed could be better, but it is not noticeable during regular use.
The stands could be 2cm shorter - that would be perfect for my taste. Other than that, the stands look stylish and they do not occupy much of desk space at all.
The i7-8565U's UHD Graphics 620 in my HP EliteBook x360 1030 G4 and the HP Thunderbolt 3 Dock struggle to drive them at 144Hz, but there are no issues at 120Hz.
The highlight must be the great colour gamut - beautiful.
The downside is a severely limited stands' ergonomics.
Overall, for the money, it must be a clear best buy at the moment for what it has to offer.
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If this is the your first 144Hz monitor make sure to set it up correctly in Windows, one of the biggest mistakes I see is people leaving their computer set to 60Hz so they gain no benefit from this monitor at all. I'll paste instructions on how to do this below. Speaking of 144Hz it's just amazing, you will notice the difference at anything above 60fps, but the real sweet spot is 100fps+, that's when you'll really feel the extra smoothness.
On Windows 10, head to Settings > System > Display > Advanced Display Settings > Display Adapter Properties. Click the “Monitor” tab, choose your monitor’s advertised refresh rate from the “Screen Refresh Rate” list, and click “OK”.
On Windows 7 or 8, right-click the desktop and select “Screen Resolution”. Select your monitor if you have multiple monitor and then click the “Advanced Settings” link. Click the “Monitor” tab and choose the refresh rate from the “Screen Refresh Rate” box.
User colour mode offers better gamma, colour and contrast than your typical TN. There's no noticeable input lag in the ultra fast mode and very little smearing or ghosting thanks to the high refresh rate and pixel response.
As usual with factory presets brightness is way too high which accentuates the small amount of backlight bleed at each side of the panel. This is only noticeable on a fully black screen however, and on the plus side mine arrived with zero dead/stuck pixels/sub pixels and no other blemish to speak of.
Would have been five stars if the design was a bit less gamer and the OSD menu a little less awkward to navigate but it does the job.
The neck itself doesn’t rotate but the whole stand does due to a plate on the bottom, which is a good design imo.
144hz and low response is a game changer and essential if you want to enjoy games.
warning: going back to 60hz is near impossible, seriously.
However I must point out the screen settings are disastrously bad and left a bad impression. They don’t make any sense and are counter intuitive; thankfully rarely have to touch them but they are very bad trust me.
It needs proper calibration because factory config is bad, but after playing with OSD controls and a custom color profile, got a pretty good result.
144hz + 1ms + freesync + low input lag is a great experience, got used to it in no time and i'm loving it. Fluidity and absence of ghosting in games feel really good and Freesync's got your back with image tearing. It also helps a little at stabilizing the laggy feel of stuttering if you can't push those +60fps.
Extras I hadn't account for: USB3.0 connectivity in the back (kinda uncofortable to access but might come in handy), vertical position, speakers (poor quality but better than nothing if you find yourself without speakers)
Su competido directo podríamos decir que es el ASUS MG248Q ya que monta el mismo tipo de panel (TN) y tiene características similares: reducción de luz azul, flicker free, freesync, etc. Ambos monitores son prácticamente idénticos en calidad de imagen, con lo cual si alguien está dudando entre estos dos modelos como era mi caso, recomiendo el Viewsonic para ahorrarse unos euros. El único punto negativo que le veo por ahora a este modelo, es que al menos la unidad que yo poseo, se escucha fatal. El sonido de los altavoces usando la salida DisplayPort es muy enlatado y cuando se pone el volumen alto, se distorsiona bastante el sonido.
A continuación dejo la mejor configuración de parámetros para el monitor, algo que recomiendo encarecidamente hacer, ya que los que trae de fábrica dejan bastante que desear. Decir que yo lo tengo conectado usando DisplayPort1.2 con freesync habilitado usando una tarjeta AMD.
- Contrast/Brightness: 55 y 35 respectivamente.
- Color adjust, user color (RGB): 97, 97, 97.
- Sharpness: 50.
- Blue light filter: 80.
- Viewmode: standard.
- Response time: advanced.
- Low input lag: ultra fast.
I'm currently looking at this monitor to type this review and it's good. This monitor comes from a brand I'm not familiar with but the fact it boasts 1080p, 144hz and freesync for a very reasonable price is very attractive. The stand is OK used a bit before I mounted it on a VESA arm. Easy height and angle adjustment.
The colours out-of box were a bit off, looked a bit washed out but after tweaking some settings the image looks good.
Good job Viewsonic tempted to by a 60hz to replace my secondary monitor.
Highly recommended for gamers looking to gain an extra edge on the competition, 144 fps in shooters looks and feels amazing
Colours are quite bland as it's a TN panel, but viewing angles are not bad and the above issue I did try to fix with the control panel.
Overall, I recommend.
Its easy to dismantle and transport in its box for moving in the car
This is my second 144hz monitor, the first being a Samsung C24FG70 which had a SVA panel, which I had to return due to purple trailing.
I have put them next to each other, and the Viewsonic being a TN performed beautifully against the Samsung, and with tinkering with the settings you can get amazing viewing quality.
The only negative I'd say it is the viewing angle, and the odd OSD control.