ViewSonic introduces a line of 32-inch Elite Gaming monitors

ViewSonic 32-inch Elite Gaming monitors

ViewSonic unveiled a line of new 32-inch Elite Gaming monitors during CES 2021, all featuring 144+ refresh rates, support for Variable Refresh Rates (VRR), and 99% Adobe RGB color spectrum coverage.

The Elite XG320U is a monitor designed for the next generation of gamers. The monitor has support for HDMI 2.1, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro compatibility, and high levels of image quality thanks to the IPS gaming display. The screen will most likely support 4K 120Hz VVR options on the new consoles.

Like the other 32-inch IPS models introduced by ViewSonic, the XG320U offers a 1ms MPRT response, which is why the company calls it the "IPS Gaming Monitor". 


ViewSonic Elit Gaming monitors

The next model is the Elite XG320Q, a 32-inch IPS Gaming Monitor with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 (1440p). The screen works with a refresh rate of 165Hz and uses DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 injectors. Like the Elite XG320U model, the Elite XG320Q supports VESA mounting and the DisplayHDR 600 standard.

Finally, there’s the XG321UG, which is a G-Sync Ultimate monitor with support for 4K to 144Hz refresh rates using DisplayPort 1.4. This model uses the Nvidia G-Sync module and offers a VESA DisplayHDR 1000. The XG321UG has support for HDMI 2.0 which limits the screen to 4K @ 60Hz.

All of the listed ViewSonic Elite Gaming monitors will be available on the market during the summer, and the price has not been announced.


Source: Overclock3d

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