ViewSonic Shows Off G-Sync and FreeSync Monitors at CES 2016
ViewSonic has been preparing well for CES 2016 as they used the event to launch their latest series of displays, the XG Series under which a total of four displays were shown off.
The display models that have been unveiled at the event were XG2401, XG2701, XG2700-4K and XG2703-GS costing $404.00, $529.00, $913.00 and $1,217.00 respectively. As far as their launch dates are concerned, all of the models will be available from late January except XG2703-GS which will make it to the markets in March.
Al Giazzon, the vice president of marketing at the company flaunted the key features of the new XG series displays naming features like 4K UHD resolution extremely low response times and more:
With up to 4K UHD resolution and 1ms response time, ViewSonic’s XG Series delivers some of the fastest response times and best color depth seen in monitors designed for gaming. We’re known as an industry leader for providing some of the highest quality and feature-rich professional monitors, it is simply a natural extension that ViewSonic would provide the best professional-level monitors for gamers.
The GS is a 27″ 2560×1440 monitor with a SuperClear IPS-type panel, a 165 Hz refresh rate and Nvidia’s G-Sync support. Moving on, the 4K model, as the name suggests, has a 3840×2160 resolution on a 27″ IPS display; it comes with AMD FreeSync support.
Finally, the remaining two models of the new ViewSonic displays come in 24 and 27 inches with 1-ms response time and 1080p display and 144Hz refresh rate. They also support AMD FreeSync.