Sunday, May 24th 2020

ViewSonic Expands the ELITE XG Series with the XG270QG

ViewSonic Corporation, a leading global provider of visual solutions, today announced worldwide availability of 27-inch Elite performance-driven gaming monitors including the XG270QC, a curved screen with native QHD resolution, the XG270QG an IPS Nano color display with a 2560x1440 (QHD) resolution, and the XG270, a G-SYNC compatible display with certified blur reduction options.

"Esports and gaming have been exploding in North America," said Marc Aflalo, Co-Host of Gamer's Edge and YourTechReport on SiriusXM. "Today, people are substituting the time they used to spend cheering on their favorite sports teams with their own gaming at home. It's also a way we can stay connected. So if you're looking to get yourself a new gaming monitor, make sure you check out ViewSonic first. In our opinion, it has the best bang-for-the-buck displays on the market."
Elite XG270QG: The 27-inch Elite XG270QG gaming monitor features IPS Nano Color and is capable of achieving a true 1 ms (GtG) response time. With its 165Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, this ground breaking 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 colours.

Elite XG270: 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 1ms (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 Premium technology to help minimize screen artifacts and tearing.

Elite XG270QC: 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 Premium Pro technology to ensure a seamless gaming experience.

Price and Availability
The ViewSonic Elite XG270 and XG270QC gaming monitors are now available worldwide, with estimated street pricing at $599.99CAD for the XG270QC, $839.99CAD for the XG270QG, and $678.99CAD for the XG270
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6 Comments on ViewSonic Expands the ELITE XG Series with the XG270QG

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1d10t
After years stuck with VA, finally IPS "catching up". Coupled that with "new" luminance capability, and we have an alternative to overpriced OLED :D
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Caring1
The screen in the picture looks more like a 24"
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1d10t
Caring1
The screen in the picture looks more like a 24"
...and look like he doesn't play the game either :D
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ObiFrost
1d10t
After years stuck with VA, finally IPS "catching up". Coupled that with "new" luminance capability, and we have an alternative to overpriced OLED :D
I wouldn't be so sure about QC.
1d10t
After years stuck with VA, finally IPS "catching up". Coupled that with "new" luminance capability, and we have an alternative to overpriced OLED :D
Pity OLED won't reach the bottom of budget class enthusiasts for another 6 years or something, meanwhile TV market (though they shouldn't be directly compared to monitors) will have transitioned to 8K full time and microLED or mini-LED as mainstream.
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1d10t
ObiFrost
I wouldn't be so sure about QC.
OEM and ODM have their own standard, which in my opinion, still forgiven from economic views. Meanwhile large panel vendor like Samsung and LG still make their customer raising eyebrows.
ObiFrost
Pity OLED won't reach the bottom of budget class enthusiasts for another 6 years or something, meanwhile TV market (though they shouldn't be directly compared to monitors) will have transitioned to 8K full time and microLED or mini-LED as mainstream.
OLED will NEVER reach PC even in enthusiast class, they simply doesn't work with VRR and static images for too long ( burned screen ).
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