Enjoy your favorite media on the expansive 28" display of this ViewSonic VG2860MHL-4K LED monitor, which showcases images in arresting 4096 x 2160 resolution. MultiPicture support lets you simultaneously view content from up to 4 sources.
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Helps minimize streaking, blurring and ghosting for crystal clarity during fast-motion scenes in movies, games and more.
28" antiglare widescreen flat-panel LED display
Offers an expansive viewing area and remains clear when placed close to a light source.
20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (1000:1 typical)
Provides a multitude of shades between black and white for lifelike colors and dramatic differences between black and white. The 300 cd/m² brightness offers a highly visible display.
4096 x 2160 maximum resolution
Delivers brilliant visuals with rich detail.
170° horizontal and 160° vertical viewing angles
Offer a clear view from multiple vantage points.
Overall Customer Rating
5 (2 Reviews)
100% of customers recommend this product.
Posted by: ORBlackFZ1 from: on
I am no expert on monitors, but I have been around them for the last 30 years. This one is used by my wife (a retired 24+year intel employee) for her daily retirement computer activities. I finally got her watching some TV broadcasts with it, she couldn't believe the clarity and color! The monitor replaced a 15+ year old Gateway with VGA. So, the picture is really fantastic! We found a couple of 4K demos to view and we were both amazed.
The unit was packaged very well with the Viewsonic packing and arrived without any damage.
Now for the downsides:
1) The cables provided are very interesting. An HDMI to HDMI, a USB 3A to USB 3B and a DisplayPort to mini displayport. We are using the HDMI to HDMI and all is good. I am still not sure what to do with the USB cable. I suppose I could set the monitor up as a USB hub, but the USB ports are not easily accessible for day to day plugin/plugout operations.
2. The monitor controls are hidden buttons on the bottom of the front edge of the screen. You have to first look for them and then after you know where they are, you can feel for them. It would be nice if there was some way to tell what the buttons do before you press them. We will probably take a silver marker and mark them for reference.
I rate this monitor as a highly recommended (with the caveat that I don't have a lot of experience with other monitors except for my limited internet research.)
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True 4K resolution at 4096
Posted by: RockerDave12 from: Miramar Florida on
I'm a Broadcast TV Engineer, so I *know* what I'm talking about. The product description is misleading. It says "4K UHD". Most people *JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND* what 4K or UHD is. You don't need to be a rocket scientist to figure this out. IT'S EASY - just look at the video resolution numbers - 4096 x 2160 resolution. The *K* refers to the metric equivalent to 1000, so 4K = 4000, 3K= 3000, 2K= 2000. If it don't have a 4 at the beginning, IT AIN'T 4k. UHD is NOT the same, it refers to 3K, or 3840 x 2160, a slightly LESS distinct resolution. Look people, it's really simple. Just look at the first number. If it has a 2, don't believe the salesman calling it 4, cause IT'S NOT, 2160p is NOT 4K !!! It's 2K. Albeit, it is better than HD, it's *JUST NOT* 4K. If it has a 3 at the beginning, it's 3K, aka UHD or Ultra High-Def. If it don't have a 4, it ain't 4. Simple. All their TV's *claim* 4K, - they ain't. With ALL THAT said - this monitor is THE ONLY *TRUE* 4K monitor in Bestbuy's inventory. Hope this helps clarify everything.
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