Tuesday, September 24th 2019

ViewSonic Introduces New ELITE Gaming Monitors with G-SYNC IPS Nano Color and 1 ms Response Time

ViewSonic announced new additions to the ELITE gaming portfolio. The company is expanding its gaming line-up with the ELITE XG27 gaming monitor series, XG05 gaming monitor series, ELITE Ally monitor control peripheral, and two new software applications. The new gaming products and software provide the ultimate experience for multifaceted gamers while fulfilling a variety of setups and lifestyles.
ELITE XG270QG Gaming Monitor
The 27-inch ELITE XG270QG is an IPS Nano Color G-SYNC gaming monitor capable of achieving a true 1 ms (GTG) response time. With its 144Hz (165Hz OC) refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, this groundbreaking monitor ensures smooth and uninterrupted gameplay for even the fastest scenarios. The new IPS Nano Color panel boasts a 2560x1440 (QHD) resolution and 98% DCI-P3 color coverage that brings games to life with deeper and more vibrant colors.

The XG270QG monitor also includes ELITE Design Enhancements; a series of features created to improve organization and elevate a gamer's setup. These enhancements include a built-in mouse bungee, headphone hook, ELITE RGB ambient lighting, and an ultra-thin brushed aluminium base.

ELITE XG270 Gaming Monitor
The 27-inch ELITE XG270 is a 240Hz IPS panel that delivers incredible speed and clarity for esports enthusiasts. The IPS display's ultra-fast 1 ms (GTG) response time and 240Hz refresh rate enables smooth screen transitions while offering accurate color reproduction and wide viewing angles. The panel is equipped with a 1920x1080 (Full HD) resolution and 99%* sRGB color coverage to provide stunning images during gameplay. The XG270 also supports AMD Radeon FreeSync technology to help minimize screen artifacts and tearing.

ELITE XG270QC Gaming Monitor
The 27-inch ELITE XG270QC gaming monitor is designed to provide lifelike visuals and immerse gamers with its 1500R curvature and 2560x1440 (QHD) resolution. The XG270QC elevates gaming worlds with its 550 cd/m² luminance and its wide DCI-P3 >90% color coverage. The monitor is fully loaded with a 165Hz refresh rate, 3 ms (1 ms MPRT) response time, and AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 technology to ensure a seamless gaming experience.

XG05 Gaming Monitor Series
The XG05 gaming monitor series launches with two new monitors: the 24-inch XG2405 and 27-inch XG2705. These gaming monitors consciously strike a balance between essential gaming features and affordability. Both displays are equipped with a 1920x1080 (Full HD) resolution and 3-side borderless IPS screen for immersive multi-monitor gaming. With a 144Hz refresh rate, 1 ms (MPRT), and AMD Radeon FreeSync technology, gamers are equipped with the tools they need to succeed.

"ViewSonic is always in pursuit of offering the latest and greatest in gaming technology," said Kendall Miller, global gaming manager for ViewSonic ELITE. "These exciting new additions to the ELITE gaming monitor series deliver displays capable of providing the speed and clarity that gamers have been searching for."

ELITE RGB & OSD Software
The first app to launch for ELITE gaming monitors, the ELITE RGB Controller, will allow easier access and control over a compatible monitor's RGB accent backlighting. Users can choose from different lighting modes or customize their RGB colors from a collection of more than 16.8 million colors for a personalized RGB gaming atmosphere. An OSD software application, the ELITE Display Controller is capable of controlling both monitor display options and RGB ambient lighting modes. With the click of a mouse, users can customize display modes and change settings without physically interacting with the monitor's OSD.

The ELITE Ally peripheral is a USB-connected touch-screen device that allows gamers to quickly access on-screen display settings, such as game modes, adaptive sync, HDR, brightness, contrast, RGB lighting and more. Users can fine-tune their gaming experience without touching the monitor or opening their ELITE display controller software. Currently, the ELITE Ally peripheral is only compatible with select ViewSonic ELITE gaming monitors.

The XG270QG and XG270 will be available worldwide in November 2019 with the following estimated street pricing:
XG270QG: $599.99 (USD)
XG270: $429.99 (USD)

For up-to-date notifications or pre-order signups, for the XG270QG, visit www.viewsonic.com/elite/XG270QG/engineered4more.

The ELITE Ally, OSD software and ELITE RGB Controller will be available worldwide in November 2019. The XG2405 and XG2705 will be available in North America in Q1 2020, while the XG270QC will be available worldwide in Q1 2020.
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13 Comments on ViewSonic Introduces New ELITE Gaming Monitors with G-SYNC IPS Nano Color and 1 ms Response Time

Dang I really like the aesthetic of it, the back and the mouse & headphone hook implementation.
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waiting for 24 inch IPS 1080p 240hz freesync/gsync gaming monitor.
why they choose 27 1080p??
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Does G-Sync still needlessly add $100-200 to the cost of a monitor, even though Nvidia caved and now support the VESA VRR standard?
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Looks really nice always been found of this brand.
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Weird, it was okay before. I added in the full version now, this should work again.
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Meh, Gsync all the time.
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Dang, I think I just found me new monitor. If this is a gloss panel too, Then I might just blow a massive load.
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waiting for 24 inch IPS 1080p 240hz freesync/gsync gaming monitor.
why they choose 27 1080p??
Agreed, 27 inch is too big for 1080p.
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Wait! There's four models?

XG270QG - G-Sync (module I think), IPS, 1440p, upto 165hz

XG270 - Freesync / G-sync Compatible, IPS, 1080p, 240hz

XG270QC - Freesync 2, 1500R curved, since it's curved might be the garbage Samsung VA, 1440p, 165hz

XG2405 & XG2705 - Freesync, IPS, 1080p, 144hz

The direct comparison would be between XG270QG and XG270QC. If Viewsonic can't keep the Freesync version (QC) at least $100 under G-sync model (QG) it kinda kills Freesync's value point.

And iirc Freesync 2 certificate requires HDR support. But with 550 nit brightness, the XG270QC is barely DisplayHDR 500 or 400 methinks.
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I like ViewSonic, they have nice stuff. This one looks pretty slick. 1080p is dead though, for me at least.
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It says True G-Sync for the XG270QG, do they mean a real G-Sync module IF SO is this a new G-Sync module since they support 10bit color (8-bit + A-FRC)

My understanding is that the old standard G-Sync module only supported max 8-bit color (with out FRC) or am i wrong.
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which more manufacturers would make 1440p @ 24/25" size. can't stand big 27" monitors.
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