Monday, December 4th 2017

Iiyama Reveals New G-Master GB2730QS and G3266HS Gaming Monitors

The iiyama G-MASTER #monitors4gamers series has just been updated with two new models. The G-Master GB2730QS will replace the existing Silver Crow G-Master GB2783QSU. It is a 27'' WQHD gaming monitor offering FreeSync technology and a 1ms response time with 75Hz refresh rate. It will now be available in a new, more stylish, ultra slim cabinet. The G-Master G3266HS Gold Phoenix is the first curved monitor in iiyama's portfolio. The 32'' Full HD G-Master G3266HS-B1 Gold Phoenix is equipped with a VA panel; delivering sharp, vivid colors with wide viewing angles. It has been fitted with the complete range of both analogue: VGA and digital inputs: DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort and it offers two stereo speakers and a headphone connector.

"Two years after introducing the first iiyama G-Master #monitors4gamers to the market, we can proudly say the series is a real success. We strongly believe the newest addition to the range, our Gold Phoenix monitor - the first curved iiyama monitor - will follow in these footsteps. With 144Hz refresh rate, FreeSync technology and the inspired by the curve of the human eye design, it guarantees a much more realistic viewing experience and a true feeling of being pulled in by your favorite game." - Jeffry Pettinga, Sales Director Europe, iiyama International.
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12 Comments on Iiyama Reveals New G-Master GB2730QS and G3266HS Gaming Monitors

#1
Chaitanya
So 27" is 1440p while for some dumb reason 32" is only 1080p.
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Chaitanya said:
So 27" is 1440p while for some dumb reason 32" is only 1080p.
Fail.o_O
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#3
natr0n
I still remember not so long ago iiyama being the last crt's being sold on newegg.
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#4
MnkyBrs
You really shouldn't call your monitor line G-anything if it doesn't support G-sync. That's just bad branding.
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#5
MadsMagnus
It almost has a comical feeling to it with those two legs.. Feels like it might run away.
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#6
Crustybeaver
Every time I see a new monitor thread I click, just to find it's not 4K 144Hz HDR.
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#7
PowerPC
The new cable standards can't come out soon enough.
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#8
Boosnie
gonna save up for the 42" 1024x768 model.
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#9
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Boosnie said:
gonna save up for the 42" 1024x768 model.
So that you can count the pixels? :laugh:
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#11
Xajel
Prima.Vera said:
Sorry, this one has even better specs for the same size:

http://pr.fujitsu.com/jp/news/1995/Aug/24-e.html
Dude, that one is 22 years old, some of the guys here were ghost before birth, and some were breastfeeding.. at least I was playing outside after coming back from school..

But, companies never learn, and I'm still looking for a good Ultrawide 1440p monitor, although the dream resolution does not exist yet, 5160x2160 (21.5:9) : higher than 4K resolution, less than 5K, still holds full 4K resolution in an Ultrawide format.
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#12
silapakorn
75hz refresh rate shouldn't be classified as 'gaming' monitor.
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