ViewSonic announced the launch of ELITE XG320U, a monitor designed for both console PC users, and it is manufactured around a generous IPS panel of 32 inches with a native 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels that reaches a refresh rate at 144 Hz (overclockable at 150 Hz) along with a response time that could be around 4 or 5 milliseconds, since only 1ms is indicated by means of the MPRT.
The panel has the VESA DisplayHDR 600 certificate, but curiously it is advertised with a brightness of 400 nits. This panel covers the Adobe color space at 99%, makes use of image sync technology AMD FreeSync Premium Pro along with PureXP Motion Blur Reduction technology, and includes HDMI 2.1 connectivity with consoles in mind (4K @ 144 Hz), HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, USB ports and audio connector.
The information is completed that, after all, it is a gaming monitor, so it could not be missing some RGB LED lighting To improve the atmosphere, we have a reinforced hook to hang the headphones, and for now we know that it will reach the other side of the pond in November by $ 999.99, so it is not very tempting.
“The ViewSonic ELITE XG320U is the epitome of what the company continues to bring to the high-end gaming industry,” said Jeff Muto, Business Line Director at ViewSonic.
“This monitor is packed with the latest technologies so that gamers can have the maximum gaming experience through a complete immersion between incredible color accuracy, responsiveness and ultra-smooth textures. It is the perfect combination of features, power and speed that guarantees its use with the latest generation consoles. “