Posted Wed Jan 25, 2017 at 06:30 AM PST by Steven Cohen
Three new premium monitors have been revealed.
ViewSonic has unveiled the latest additions to its display the lineup. The new VP3881, VP3268-4K and VX2781-UC are designed for professional and entertainment applications.
"With the VP3881, VP3268-4K and VX2781-UC, ViewSonic is offering a great selection of professional and entertainment displays for the most demanding users," said Kenneth Mau, senior product manager of displays for ViewSonic Americas. "We understand our customers and how important an immersive viewing experience, product design and color accuracy are to them. We developed these monitors keeping these elements in mind, and we're proud to be able to deliver the ultimate viewing experience through these new display solutions."
First up, the VP3881 is a 37.5-inch curved screen monitor with a frameless SuperClear IPS panel, a resolution of 3840x1600, and an ultra-wide 24:10 aspect ratio. In addition, the display features professional pre-calibration achieving Delta E<2 for superior color accuracy and consistency. Connectivity options include HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.1 Type C and a USB hub.
Meanwhile, the VP3268-4K is a 31.5-inch monitor with a four-sided frameless display design and a 4K Ultra HD resolution of 3840x2160. In addition, the display also comes pre-calibrated to achieve professional grade Delta E<2, and includes HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini-DisplayPort, and USB hub connectivity.
Finally, the VX2781-UC is a a 27-inch frameless monitor with a SuperClear IPS type panel and a QHD resolution of 2560x1440. In addition, the display includes a USB 3.1 Type C input for audio, video, power and data.
The ViewSonic VP3881 ($1,999), VP3268-4K ($1,359), and VX2781-UC ($749) will be available in June. Beyond the new monitors, ViewSonic also recently revealed the upcoming PX Series PX800HD Ultra-Short Throw Projector, which is set to launch in March for an MSRP of $1,299.
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