Hope you are doing well buddy. For viewsonic VP2770-LED , I would like to say that VP2770 Color is excellent and well balanced out of the box. This is due to Professional factory calibrated colours. No matter how, Viewsonic looks better in general.
Viewsonic display port wakes up fine with either monitor sleep or PC state S4 sleep. So for Viewsonic, use either display port or DVI. Viewsonic white is warmer towards tint. I personally have a huge 110 LED TV for my living room space . I personally own a 110 inch samsung LED TV for my living room space. It hax excellent picture quality and sound system too. I enjoy watching movies and playing games on it due to its large size. Even it has added grace to my living space. The cost is $28270.00 and can fit in your budget too . Even you can know more about them at below given sites-http://www.viewsonic.com/us/vp2770-led.html http://110inchtvguide.com/ http://www.sony.co.in/productcategory/bravia-lcd-tv http://www.amazon.in/TVs/b?ie=UTF8&node=1389396031
Not only it has excellent picture quality but also a grand look. You can go to buy any of them.I Own a 110 samsung LED TV which has immensive large screen size. I enjoy watching movies or playing games on it due to its big size. It has 4k picture quality and is absolutely future proof tv.
Box: Large box with excellent packaging to keep the display safe from delivery abuse.
Calibrated from the factory: Upon unboxing it, you are greeted with a calibration report from the factory with the delta E values (<3) and the corresponding curves--NICE!
Build quality: The Viewsonic branding is barely even visible on the front of the display, its a nice black matte finish with touch controls. The stand is fairly large and very durable with the base made of metal.
Picture quality: A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! This display doesn't have PWM backlighting like Asus, doesn't have the ugly AG coating cross hatching or image burn in of the Dell U2713HM and certainly doesn't have the massive backlight bleeding + crap quality of the Korean displays.
OSD/Controls: This is where I knock one point off. The touch controls are too sensitive and the menu is not intuitive. Once you get used to the overly sensitive controls, its manageable but still a hassle.
Inputs + Cables: You've got DVI, HDMI, display port, USB and others so what else do you need? Viewsonic generously supplies all the cables with it (VGA, display port, USB, HDMI, DVI-D).
Overall: 9/10. If this display had better controls + OSD I'd give it 10/10.