CES 2018 Awards: Viewsonic VP2768-4K Earns Best Monitor of CES 2018

According to ViewSonic, the VP2768-4K professional color critical 4K monitor should have no problem meeting the needs of colorists and post production specialists — and based on what we’ve seen, we’d agree. That’s why it’s taking home our Best Monitor of CES 2018 award. Congratulations ViewSonic!

This 27-inch display features a 4K UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160 and offers Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, promising a fast and versatile connection with speeds up to 40 gigabits per second and a refresh rate of 60Hz

Like previous models in the VP Professional Monitors line, the VP2768-4K is expected to deliver highly accurate color reproduction and uniform brightness across the screen. Each ViewSonic monitor includes an individualized calibration report, but the monitor can also be hardware calibrated with ViewSonic’s Colorbration Kit, developed in collaboration with X-Rite and sold separately.

Also announced is the VP3278-8K, a color critical monitor with an impressive resolution of 7680 x 4320. Like the VP2768-4K, the VP3278-8K is hardware calibration ready and promises exceptional accuracy, performance and uniformity[image:blog_post:67891]

“With the VP2768-4K, ViewSonic offers 4K resolution, color accuracy and performance uniformity. This is critical to those who work with content and need precision that we can deliver. With the Thunderbolt 3 connection, the VP2768-4K can provide the fastest and most versatile connection for 4K content.” said Al Giazzon, Vice President of Marketing at ViewSonic Americas. “The VP3278-8K is ViewSonic’s technology statement, to show that we’re continuing to bring the best display solutions to the market.

The VP2768-4K is priced at 900 dollars and will ship later in 2018, and the VP3278-8K available at the end of the year for 5,200 dollars. To learn more, visit viewsonic.com.

Nicole LaJeunesse
Nicole LaJeunesse
Nicole LaJeunesse is a professional writer and a curious person who loves to unpack stories on anything from music, to movies, to gaming and beyond.

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