After making waves with their resolutely convergent N3200W, ViewSonic is back with a less pretentious LCD TV with a 27" screen diagonal and an attractive price.
|Native resolution||1280 x 720|
|H/V viewing angles||170/170|
|Connectivity||2 Peritel/SCART (EU), cinch, S-Video, YUV, headphone|
|PC and convergent connectivity||VGA, DVI|
|Average price||$770 - $900|
Design And Finish
Anyone who has tested the N3200W can only be disappointed by the N2750W. The plastics are crude-looking, and the build quality isn't exactly what you'd call aeronautically precise, especially if you look at the chromed-plastic surround on the base.
The remote control is not as good as the one that comes with the N3200W. But it's still practical. The OSD is well designed, with several zoom factors that are all effective.
The set is fairly well equipped, with VGA, DVI (HDCP) and YUV connectors. All that's missing is HDMI, which would put it on a par with the Toshiba 27WL56P.
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