The Viewsonic offers accurate color performance and good calibrating possibilities compared to other monitors in its price range. The input lag is excellent, measuring at 11ms while its 5ms pixel response is pretty decent as well. However, it lacks gaming exclusive functions, and is eclipsed by other similarly priced monitors in terms of performance.
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Pro Superb color accuracy and picture reproduction
ViewSonic takes color accuracy seriously with this monitor, as it is comes calibrated out of the box. The monitor uses a 10-bit panel and can display 99% of the sRGB color range. On top of that, it has almost no issues with screen uniformity, color accuracy and gamut. This makes it great for editing photos, videos and other types of work that require accurate colors.
Pro Plenty of input options
ViewSonic has equipped this monitor with very generous input options. It has three HDMI 2.0, one DisplayPort and one DisplayPort mini. It also has four USB 3.0 ports, two of which are on the right side of the monitor for easy access.
Pro Allows you to view from four inputs at once
If needed, the monitor allows you to view from four inputs at once, or to show them picture-on-picture.
Pro Easily adjustable
Its height, swivel, tilt and orientation can all be freely adjusted, and is attachable to a VESA compatible wall mount or stand.
Pro Excellent input lag, decent pixel response time
Input lag is almost non-existent on this screen, at only 9.9ms if the “Extreme” input mode is selected. This makes this monitor among the fastest in the market. Since it uses a slower IPS panel (compared to TN panels), the pixel response time measures just 5ms, which isn’t the best, but is good for most situations.
Con Gaming presets do not bring any real improvements to the visual quality
Although there are a lot of gaming presets to choose on the monitor, they are either too bright or dark and do not bring any real improvements on the visual qualities.