Not terrible, but 1920x1080 doesn't cut it at 27 inches or more
1920x1080 spread across a 27 inches diagonal display is about 82 pixels per square inch. This is pretty dismal compared to the 400+ pixels per inch that the human eye can resolve at 12 inches. For a 27" computer screen, I recommend you shop for a monitor with at least a resolution of 2560x1440, many of which are widely available. That will get you 109 pixels per inch, which will look a whole lot better than 82 will.
Picture is very sharp and detailed
The ViewSonic VT4210LED is a mid-range to high-end 42" LED HDTV similar to the ViewSonic VT3210LED. Other than screen size, the VT4210LED sports a few notable improvements over the 32" VT3210LED, namely: a 6,000:1 static contrast ratio (the VT3210LED's is 3,000:1), a 1920 x 1080 native resolution (the VT3210LED's is 1366 x 768), and improved pixel response time and brightness ( the VT4210LED offers 5.5ms and 450 cd/m2, the VT3210LED 8.5ms and 400 cd/m2).
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