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ViewSonic VX2718-P-MHD – LED monitor – 27″ (27″ viewable) – 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz – VA – 250 cd/m² – 4000:1-1 ms – 2xHDMI,…

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ViewSonic VX2718-P-MHD – LED monitor – 27″ (27″ viewable) – 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz – VA – 250 cd/m² – 4000:1-1 ms – 2xHDMI,…
ViewSonic VX2718-P-MHD – LED monitor – 27″ (27″ viewable) – 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz – VA – 250 cd/m² – 4000:1-1 ms – 2xHDMI,…

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Specification: ViewSonic VX2718-P-MHD – LED monitor – 27″ (27″ viewable) – 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz – VA – 250 cd/m² – 4000:1-1 ms – 2xHDMI,…

Display
Resolution

1080p Full HD Pixels

General
Brand

‎ViewSonic

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎61.5 x 45.8 x 22.6 cm, 3.99 Kilograms

Item model number

‎VX2718-P-MHD

Manufacturer

Series

‎VX2718-P-MHD

Color

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 pixels

Number of HDMI Ports

‎2

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎3.99 kg

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for ViewSonic VX2718-P-MHD – LED monitor – 27″ (27″ viewable) – 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz – VA – 250 cd/m² – 4000:1-1 ms – 2xHDMI,…

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  1. ndmk2o1o

    I bought this mainly for the size and the 165hz refresh rate, also I read that VA monitors have a deeper black than IPS without the constant backglow, I can confirm this seems to be the case with this VA monitor, as my previous monitor was an IPS.

    As an added bonus and something that isn’t listed in the specs in the OSD there is an HDR option that you can enable, Windows also allows you to toggle the HDR option within the OS when this is enabled, this sets the screen to a very bright setting with no option to change the brightness but in my personal opinion it is much nicer than not enabling HDR and manually configuring it, this was based on general usage and watching HDR videos on YouTube with and without the HDR setting enabled. It’s likely only HDR 400 or close to, though I thought it was a nice surprise addition nonetheless.

    There does appear to be some slight ghosting? As noted by other reviews, and setting the response time to standard seems to be the go to recommendation,…

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  2. Vale

    Its incredible view for 164 hz settings!!!
    i am so happy this is the best screen i ever had!
    easy to connect to pc it has display cable charger for uk and for eu it’s curvy and perfect for gaming and it took me a little bit to figure wheres power button because i did not own models like that before it’s somewhere under in the middle of screen.
    I had it delivered by dpd and i was able to keep track with my order every minute and they also called me very smooth delivery and they came at a decent time at lunch! I am very satisfied with this order overall and i think its worth each pound for this.

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  3. Tony

    Very sharp, just the right size and the VA panel produces a lot of contrast with pretty deep blacks. The stand is just bad, very basic with only a few degrees of tilt(which doesn’t really matter to me since I’m mounting it), the speakers are… They just “are”,but pretend they’re not. I’ve heard flip phones with better speakers, sounds like an original Gameboy, just terrible, but you probably weren’t planning g on using them regardless.
    The picture brightness is good, measured around 320 cd/m² so about standard.
    The viewing angles are okay, it loses some detail in the dark areas when viewed from below, but it’s fine.
    Colors are good, a bit off out of the box but it can be easily fixen in the OSD
    The refresh rate is excellent (FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, CHANGE IT IN WINDOWS AND DON’T LEAVE IT AT 60HZ, I’VE SEEN THE “IT’S ONLY 60HZ” REVIEWS. DON’T BE THAT GUY).
    Freesync is disabled by default which is a bit annoying and the lowest range seems to be around 50hz so not exactly spectacular, but…

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  4. TimRichards1992

    I’ve been shopping around for a decent sized monitor for quite a while now. There are literally thousands to choose from, but I was working to a budget.

    I didn’t want to spend anything more than around £175. This monitor came in to save the day. I was a little skeptic about the brand as I hadn’t heard of them before, but I honestly am so impressed with the monitor. The box it comes in is really professional and neatly packed, it sets up really easily too.

    It automatically starts of at 60Hz, so you will need to increase it manually (something I have not figured out how to do while using an Xbox Series S). But the graphics are really smooth and a major step up from a standard TV.

    I got the 27” and I don’t think it’s really need to be any bigger.

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  5. Omozore

    This monitor is really good for the price at first I thought it was to good of a deal to be true but it’s a really good monitor and don’t be deceived because of how lightweight the monitor is. It’s excellent for gaming but one thing I would say is that the monitor is not 1 millisecond responsive by default you have to change it in the monitor settings but the bad thing is when you enable 1 millisecond response time the monitor is defaulted to a really low brightness that you can’t change but overall it’s a really good monitor for the price 100 percent would recommend

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  6. Manu

    good for normal use but not for competitive use
    i was lookinkg for 165 refresh rate and 1ms
    but is go at maximum 60

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  7. Lynn Willis

    Awesome, first curved screen, which was strange to begin with, but easy to get used to. It appears to be excellent value for money, at the time of writing. Can’t wait to see it’s true potential, when Graphics Cards return to a sensible price, and are readily available…. eventually!!!

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