ViewSonic Launches VG2781-4K Monitor for MacBooks with 96W PD Reverse Charging Support

ViewSonic Launches VG2781-4K Monitor for MacBooks with 96W PD Reverse Charging Support

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ViewSonic has unveiled a new 27-inch monitor called the VG2781-4K, specifically designed for Apple Mac users.

The monitor is now available on JD.com in the Chinese market for 1699 yuan ($239). Let’s check out the key specifications.

The monitor features a simple design with a three-dimensional engraved logo and a sturdy back. It boasts slim bezels with black inner borders measuring approximately 4.5mm and a thin frame of about 1.5mm, maximizing the screen space for an immersive viewing experience.

The screen sports an IPS panel with 4K Ultra HD resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate, with a brightness of up to 400 nits per square meter.

In terms of color accuracy, it boasts 10-bit color depth, covering 100% of the RGB color gamut, 95% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and 92% of the Adobe RGB color gamut.

ViewSonic Launches VG2781-4K Monitor for MacBooks with 96W PD Reverse Charging Support

The VG2781-4K also works with PS5/XBOX/Switch devices, providing gamers with better gaming effects, and making games smoother, more detailed, and more realistic.

With 10-bit color depth (8+FRC) and a wide color gamut, the monitor displays full image details, ensuring smoother and more natural color transitions. The screen is also compliant with the DeltaE≥2 color display accuracy standard, providing stunning images.

The monitor comes with 178-degree viewing angles and is equipped with two 3W speakers. The monitor stand supports tilt, height adjustment, left-to-right swivel, and vertical rotation.

The monitor also includes features like DisplayHDR 400 and SuperColor technology, enhancing the viewing experience with improved brightness and color accuracy.

ViewSonic Launches VG2781-4K Monitor for MacBooks with 96W PD Reverse Charging Support

In terms of interfaces, this monitor is equipped with one USB-C port (supporting 96W PD charging), two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DP 1.2 port, one USB-B 3.0 port, and 3 USB-A 3.0 ports.

The monitor can transfer 4K images and data and charge MacBook devices or laptops using a Type-C cable.

Additionally, the monitor uses Low Blue Light technology to reduce harmful “blue light” output. Blue light can be adjusted from 0 to 100 for monocular adjustment.

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