ViewSonic's ColorPro Professional Monitor Series Wins TIPA World Award 2021 for its High Standard of Colour Performance

London, UK (May 27, 2021) – ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solutions, today announced that its ColorPro™ Professional Monitor VP2768a has won the Best Enthusiast Photo Monitor award at the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) World Awards 2021. Created for creatives, VP2768a was recognised for its high standard of colour accuracy, uniformity, and calibration capability, making it a top-tier monitor for high-end graphic arts applications. TIPA world awards both recognise and honour industry companies and their products and serve as an important benchmark and guide for consumers in making their purchasing decisions.

"ViewSonic has always kept creatives at the forefront of our product innovations and collaborated with designers, photographers, and videographers to balance design and functionality in our offerings," said Oscar Lin, Head of the Monitor Business Unit at ViewSonic. "This recognition by TIPA, whose members are among the most influential and knowledgeable creative experts in the photography industry, validates the ColorPro Professional Monitor’s industry-leading colour accuracy and user-centric design that makes it the choice of creatives worldwide.”

VP2768a is one of many state-of-the-art monitors in ViewSonic’s ColorPro Professional Monitor series which serves as the ideal solution for creative work, such as photography, design, and video editing. More than outstanding colour performance, VP2768a stood out in this year’s TIPA award applications with its user-first approach in providing an integrated workflow that helps clear desktop clutter by recognising that numerous forms of input and output are part of the creative process.

For example, the DisplayPort output allows for a double-monitor chain and connecting a computer via the USB-C port enables the transfer of all data through a single cable while an integrated USB 3.0 hub handles keyboard, mouse, and flash drives. Its USB-C one cable solution, designed with enterprises and design studios in mind, also includes Ethernet connectivity, making wired connections more reliable than wireless network connections.

The TIPA Award is the latest feather in the VP2768a’s cap after Panton validation. Validated by Pantone, VP2768a delivers exceptional colour reproduction and meets the requirements of the Pantone Matching System of colours with top-tier colour accuracy. It can reach 100% sRGB colour coverage and features hardware calibration.

VP2768a was also tested by the globally acclaimed safety and quality expert organisation, TÜV SÜD, becoming the world’s first monitor to offer TÜV SÜD-tested colour blindness modes. Designers can activate the Simulation mode to review their designs and verify that it is accessible for colour blindness and people with CVD issues. Users who have colour blindness can activate the Color Filter mode to better see onscreen details.