I got one o those locally from AccurateIt.com for picture editing work and I have never seen such microscopic dot pitch, not even on the most expensive CRT displays. I daily use 2290B with 1920x1200, which is only quarter of its resolution and it works very quick, while providing exceptional contrast level. If I go to 3840x2400 it is a little slower on refresh, but only due to the digital processing load and not the LCD panel lag, but this way I can fit entire shot of my 8 mega pixel Canon on one screen. Another amazing quality of this model is absolutely even backlight, it does not have any variations of the back light intensity unlike my old Sony 20.1" LCD and other cheap modern LCD screens. A+ all the way for the money I paid, however $9K that ViewSonic was selling those for is a little too much.Read full review
high resolution monitor
I bought this monitor because i need high resolution.It stresses the hardware. As far as i know it is the only option for hi res.high quality. I have three of them in a multi monitor setting.I would buy another if i find a good chance.They are VERY SCARSE.As all things special and scarse you can hear many strange and fantastic anedoct about it It is obviously the best monitor i have seen.
Lexus of all monitors
while ago I worked on one of those for an architectural firm and always wanted to get one for myself, if it sells within my budget. Colors shades and contrast on this model are far better than on anything else. I think some high enb Japanese company built those for Viewsonic and it shows. One thing, if you want to get the most you can out of this display, get ready to buy powerful video card.