ViewSonic VP3268-4K 32" 16:9 4K HDR IPS Monitor

ViewSonic VP3268-4K 32" 16:9 4K HDR IPS Monitor

ViewSonic VP3268-4K 32" 16:9 4K HDR IPS Monitor

B&H # VIVP32684K MFR # VP3268-4K
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Product Highlights

  • 32" 4K In-Plane Switching (IPS) Panel
  • HDMI / DP / Mini DP Inputs
  • 3840 x 2160 Resolution
  • 1300:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 350 cd/m² Brightness
  • 178°/178° Viewing Angles
  • 7 ms Response Time (w/ OD)
  • 1.07 Billion Colors Supported
  • Built-In USB 3.0 Hub
  • 4.3 Trillion 14-bit LUT & 3D LUT
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  • 1Description

Enjoy a virtually borderless viewing experience with the VP3268-4K 32" 16:9 4K HDR IPS Monitor from ViewSonic. With reduced size bezels, viewers can focus on the 3840 x 2160 4K resolution screen featuring over 8,000,000 pixels for increased clarity. In addition to the enhanced 4K resolution, this display comes factory calibrated Delta E<2, includes a detailed calibration report, and supports the sRGB, EBU, SMPTE-C, Rec. 709, and DICOM-SIM color spaces for enhanced color accuracy.

Setup and configuration of the ViewSonic VP3268 4K monitor is simple as it comes equipped with HDMI, DisplayPort, and mini DisplayPort inputs. In addition to video inputs, this display features a USB 3.0 hub, making it easy to connect USB compatible peripherals such as USB keyboards, mice, and hard drives directly to the monitor. Once configured, this IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel offers a 1300:1 contrast ratio, 350 cd/m² brightness rating, 7 ms response time with OD, and support for up to 1.07 billion colors for a more dynamic picture with reduced ghosting and blur.

Seamless Viewing Experience
This ViewSonic panel delivers accurate colors and vivid images - all framed by a barely there, ultra-thin bezel suitable for nearly seamless multi-monitor setups. And with ultra-wide viewing angles, you'll enjoy detailed images, unbound and without borders, no matter your vantage point.
Enhanced 4K Resolution
Displaying more than 8 million pixels with a high pixel density, this Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 monitor delivers the ultimate in image detail and clarity for stunning, lifelike images. In addition, with 4x more pixels than Full HD resolution, this Ultra HD monitor displays more content to maximize productivity.
Loaded with Connectivity
The powerful USB 3.1 Type-C input delivers charging power, video, and audio over a single connector. In addition, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI inputs, and high-speed USB ports give you the freedom and flexibility to connect to a variety of devices.
HDR10 Content Support
With the ability to decode HDR10 video signals, this monitor delivers detailed video playback. Colors are brighter and more vivid, and contrast is richer and more detailed. With such image reproduction, this monitor displays videos as they were intended to be seen - giving you a fuller, more immersive viewing experience.

Please note that the video source must also have HDR10 content support.
Color Accurate
Each monitor is factory calibrated to deliver Delta E<2 value and includes a detailed calibration report for sRGB, EBU, SMPTE-C, Rec. 709, and DICOM-SIM color spaces. Whether you're a photographer shooting in sRGB, or a video editor in need of REC 709/SMPT-C/EBU standards, rest assure that this monitor can deliver the accuracy you need to complete your best work.
Professional Color Capability
A 14-bit 3D look-up table generates a smooth palette of 4.39 trillion colors for accurate image reproduction crucial in professional applications.
Uniformity for an Improved Viewing Experience
ViewSonic's uniformity correction function balances luminance performance, improving delta luminance variance to <5%.
Independent 6-axis Color Adjustment
Users can individually customize hue and saturation for each color axis (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow) without affecting other color output.
Hardware Calibration Ready
With the optional ViewSonic Colorbration Kit (sold separately), you can quickly and easily calibrate this monitor to maintain its color accuracy. You'll be able to focus on your work with confidence that the color displayed perfectly your original image or digital file.

VP3268-4K hardware calibration function works with X-rite CS-XRi1, I1 Display pro, I1 pro2 calibrator"
Ergonomic Design with Auto Pivot
The VP3268-4K is designed to provide a full range of adjustments for increased productivity and comfort via swivel, pivot, tilt, and height adjustment options. With built-in G sensor, the screen image can auto pivot when positioned vertically.
UPC: 766907903614
In the Box
ViewSonic VP3268-4K 32" 16:9 4K HDR IPS Monitor
  • Power Cable
  • Mini DP to DP Cable
  • HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • USB 3.0 Upstream Cable
  • Audio Cable
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Display Size 32" / 81.28 cm
    Viewable Area 31.50" / 80.01 cm
    Panel Type IPS
    Resolution 3840 x 2160
    Contrast Ratio Static: 1300:1
    Dynamic: 20,000,000:1
    Light Source WLED
    Brightness 350 cd/m²
    Colors 1.07 billion
    Color Space: 8-bit+A-FRC
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Response Time Typical GtG: 14 ms
    W/OD GtG: 7 ms
    Viewing Angles (H/V) 178°/178°
    Backlight Life 30,000
    Panel Surface Anti-glare, hard coating (3H)
    Connectors 4 x USB 3.0 Type-A
    1 x USB 3.0 Type-B
    1 x 3.5 mm audio-in
    1 x 3.5 mm audio-out
    2 x HDMI 2.0
    1 x DisplayPort
    1 x Mini DisplayPort
    Power Eco Mode (Conserve): 38 W
    Eco Mode (Optimized): 43 W
    Consumption (Typical): 51 W
    Consumption (Max): 55 W
    Voltage: 100-240 VAC (universal), 50-60 Hz
    Stand-By: 0.3 W
    Security Lock Slot 1 x Kensington lock slot (lock sold separately)
    Controls Physical Controls
    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Power
    On Screen Display
    Auto Image Adjust, Contrast/Brightness, Input Select, Audio Adjust, Color Adjust, Information, Manual Image Adjust, Advanced Image Adjust, Setup Menu, Memory Recall (See user guide for complete OSD functionality)
    Temperature & Humidity Operating Temperature
    32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Operating Humidity
    20 to 90%
    Video Signal Horizontal Frequency: 15~135 kHz
    Vertical Frequency: 24~75 Hz
    Video Input Digital Sync: Mini-packet, TMDS for HDMI 2.0
    Ergonomics Height Adjust: 5.12" / 130 mm
    Swivel: 120°
    Pivot: 90°
    Tilt: -5 to 21°
    Dimensions With Stand
    28.09 x 25.04 x 10.45" / 713.60 x 636.08 x 265.33 mm
    Without Stand
    28.09 x 16.14 x 2.067" / 713.60 x 410 x 52.5 mm
    Weight With Stand
    22.79 lb / 10.33 kg
    Without Stand
    14.19 lb / 6.43 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 31.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 33.0 x 21.0 x 13.0"
    VP3268-4K 32" 16:9 4K HDR IPS Monitor is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent for Photo-editing! The Viewsonic VP3268-4k is an excellent choice for photographers.� Exquisite detail and color accuracy on a size that, for me, is just right to get in very close and view “the whole picture” without having to crane my neck.� Beyond photography, this monitor is a gift for writers and spreadsheet users, as alphanumeric characters are presented with great sharpness and contrast. I’m using this on a normal size office desk, paired with a Dell U2713HM. What do I mean by “accuracy”?� My way of judging is based primarily on printing to an Epson 3880.� Not only are colors translated correctly from screen to paper, but tonality is too.� In fact, this it the best LCD I’ve seen for B&W contrast. More about the colors and sharpness. �Viewsonic has marketed the sRGB factory calibration as a key feature.� While that might be helpful to some users, that setting was just a little too cool for me.� After trying the various presets of the monitor, I used a Sypder4Pro to calibrate, and that is how I have obtained the closest match of monitor to print I’ve ever seen.� The only thing Spyder4Pro leaves to “user discretion” is contrast. �In my lowlight office setting, I have Brightness set to 67, and Contrast to 60.� I’ve been printing matte and glossy with these settings, and it is a great pleasure to see the accuracy! Video:� Playback of 4K videos is smooth; colors are rich; detail extraordinary.� Wonderful!� And this touches on a point to keep in mind reading this review:� I have no experience editing video.� I’m a photographer who uses Canon full-frame bodies for capture, and Photoshop and Lightroom Classic CC for editing.� This, however, is the year I will start working with video, and that is one reason I’ve gone with not only a 4k monitor, but a higher-end graphics card, an NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti.� I’m reviewing this as a photographer, but after viewing 4K videos on it, I’m confident it will serve me well for color-grading, etc.� Another marketing point is the minimal (almost non-existent) bezel.� While this does help with keeping the overall size down, personally, I wish it had a little more bezel so that, when taking out of the box or adjusting on my desk, I’m less likely to touch the edge of the screen.� That said, even though the bezel is super thin, there is a thin black border between bezel and actual display, so a stray thumbprint is likely to not be a big issue if it’s at the edge. Of course, with no bezel, the OSD control buttons must be put somewhere else.� Viewsonic chose to place them just behind the right edge of the screen.� At first, I fumbled a bit, but by setting the menus to show for 30 seconds instead of the default 15 seconds, and working with the buttons a bit, I got used to them.� The menus are easy to navigate once you get the hang of using the buttons. One thing that really threw me, in fact scared me, was the out-of-the-box sharpness.� To be blunt, it was way over the top.� Even my toddlers’ faces looked as if they had cracks and crevices.� The default sharpness setting is 50.� It adjusts in increments of 25.� One step down was much better, but still too sharp for photo-editing (it would have had me under-sharpening for web and print).� So I put the setting to 0 and found it perfect for working on RAW images in PS and LR.� For reference I viewed my final edits on other screens and devices and, of course, printed. Ergonomics are excellent.� Easy to set up and adjust height, tilt, and swivel.� Base is stable.� Overall build quality seems very high.� The packaging was reassuringly protective and well thought out. I did order and connect with a good quality DisplayPort cable.� Personally, I don’t have as much faith in the Mini-DisplayPort, but that’s just a personal bias. For context, I’m comparing this to two other LCD displays.� Of course, one is my faithful old 27-inch Dell, already mentioned.�� The Viewsonic has much better contrast, and the color accuracy, size, and resolution make editing much easier.� (Be careful—once you edit on 32” at 4K, you won’t want to go back!)� The other LCD I’m comparing to is a BenQ PD3200U, which is a beautiful monitor too—it has a bit less contrast and detail, but instead a slightly silkier look.� Unfortunately, my BenQ had a problem with flashing black several times an hour, as well as a bad USB 3.0 hub.� BenQ’s customer service was very disappointing, so my only option was to return it. I’m very happy with my Viewsonic.� It is a wonderful tool for photo-editing.� I’m only giving four stars, however, due to three issues.� The most annoying is the inability to adjust brightness when choosing one of the preset modes, such as sRGB.� For myself, this is not an issue, as I knew I’d be using “Custom” mode and my Spyder4Pro.� The next issue is the amount of time needed to become accustom to the controls and get the monitor looking just right.� The harsh out-of-the-box sharpness is an example of little issues that need tweaking.� Finally, the complete lack of a bezel, while aesthetically appealing to some, is a little impractical in a work setting, in my opinion. A note about scaling.� Windows 10, MS Office, and Adobe’s PS and LR CC are scaling quite well now.� Last year that wasn’t the case.� Great they have finally worked things out! In conclusion, the VP3268-4K is a genuinely professional photo-editing machine.� I’m very happy with it and enthusiastically recommend it to fellow photographers.� It calibrates very well with an older Spyder4Pro, matching my Epson 3880 prints with amazing precision.� Video displays splendidly, and websites and productivity programs are a true pleasure to view.� It takes a little time to adjust it for the first time, but then just works beautifully.
    Date published: 2018-01-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good Pro Monitor I bought this monitor to replace an old 40" 4K IPS monitor that was just too big. I find that this is the perfect size to suit my needs. I use this as part of my dual-monitor setup for photo-editing and some light gaming. I am a enthusiast photographer but appreciate accurate color for both web posting and large format printing. By the way, I am not a paid reviewer and I purchased this monitor with my own money. In terms of the color accuracy of this monitor, I find it fairly accurate. I don't have a calibration tool handy so I can't give you all the technical details. If someone wants to send me a color calibration tool, I would be happy to test it for you. However, compared to the other monitor in my setup which is a�Philips�BDM3270QP2, the factory calibrated sRGB setting� of the Viewsonic comes very close to Philips, which is known to be one of the most accurate from the factory. I would still give the edge to the Philips in terms of factor calibration color accuracy. Having said that, this Viewsonic comes pretty close with it's factor preset sRGB mode. And the previous reviewer who said the preset modes could not be adjusted for brightness is incorrect! You have to go into the settings for "Uniformity" and set that to off, which then allows you to control the brightness. Factor default is set to about 120 cd/m2 which is too dim for me. I like mine around 200 cd/m2. The max of 350 cd/m2 on this monitor is way overkill for my taste. Speaking of which, my monitor is very uniformed, even with the Uniformity turned off. There is very minimum IPS glow. Sharpness was fine for me. The contrast was just okay for an IPS, but next to my AMVA monitor, you can clearly see the difference. The native resolution�is way too small for me to read text comfortably, so I set my scaling to 150% in Windows 10. This gives me approximately the same size as my other monitor which is 2560 x 1440. However, picture viewer software usually doesn't scale and you get the full 4K goodness. I don't work with video so I can comment on that part. For photo-editing, this meets all my needs. I also looked at the BenQ PD3200U, which was older and not as stylish. The Viewsonic VP3268-4K has a very thin bezel and nice looking stand. This makes it perfect for placing 2 or 3 monitors side-by-side. I do only some very light gaming and I set this settings for response time and input lag to "Ultra Fast" and it meets my needs. Like I said, I don't do any very intense gaming in 4K, which would be limited by my graphics card anyways. For light gaming, I would say this monitor would do the trick. Hardcore gamers will probably notice some ghosting with fast FPS or other graphic intensive games. That being said, gamers are not the target audience for this monitor anyways and they are probably not even considering this monitor for that purpose. Finally, much has been made about the OSD. Sure, it's not that great but it doesn't take too long to get use to. It wasn't a big deal for me. Since the bezel is so thin, I understand why they had to put the buttons on the rear right hand side. Overall, this is a very nice looking 32" 4K monitor for photography work.
    Date published: 2018-03-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice monitor This monitor looks great and functions well for design, illustration and more.� The thin bezels compliment the rich colors and allow for multi-monitor set-ups, if so desired, without much obstruction between screens. I find the feature that limits the blue light to be easy on the eyes during longer periods of use.� B&H is both helpful and price competitive.
    Date published: 2018-04-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best ViewSonic VP series yet! My first VP series was a VP930B back in 2005. I upgraded to a VP21780-4K in 2015 with which I've been delighted. Figuring that bigger is better, I've upgraded to the VP3268-4K, and I've not been disappointed in the least. I'm not a gamer, so speed is not an issue. I love the added screen real estate. It's no problem to have as many as four full-size documents visible simultaneously. The screen is virtuously without a frame (5/16" and flush)--really cool.
    Date published: 2018-05-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfection This monitor is everyone's dream. Clear,crisp, and close to as true life as I have ever seen. This monitor is perfect to view pictures, watch tv/full length movies, or even to games with HD quality graphics. It was very easy to set up. I am so impress Viewsonic will be my first stop or now on. A must have. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2018-05-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blown away at this incredible display So, full disclosure, I’m a Dell employee - so I started out by purchasing the 34” Dell display. I was lured in by the curve and wide aspect ratio. What I’ve found in use, however, is that I end up reducing the width resolution in games as it is more of a distraction than a benefit. I’ve also found that the display does not calibrate as well for color accuracy as I’d like. As a photographer (weddings especially,) I need true to life skin tones and clean graduation for black and white shots. The new ViewSonic arrived and it only took a few minutes of setup and calibration to see the improvement in color and definition. Things just look right on this display! Resolution is 3840x2160 vs the 3440x1440 on the wider Dell display. So that’s a denser pixel count in width, and a huge increase in vertical pixel count even though the display is only about an inch taller. The result is a crystal clear image with anything I can throw at it. Physically, it’s an imposing display. The super small bezel looks sleek and modern and is welcome. It’s easily half the size of the Dell, and as thin as anything I’ve seen yet. I tested the rotate feature, rotating the display to portrait mode vs landscape and it looks huge (!) but could be incredibly useful if I were doing print layout, etc. Not sure I’ll ever need to do it, but it’s great that it’s supported on a display this large. I also appreciate the larger base, which adds significant stability in any orientation. Product was well packaged and came with a cable for any scenario. Appreciate the inclusion of everything at this price point! This display has renewed my excitement in Photoshop and photo editing - I’m going back and revisiting photographs I’ve take lately to re-adjust color based on the excellent color reproduction this screen provides. Only thing I’m missing now is a second Viewsonic to match this one. That’s next! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2018-05-25
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