Thursday, October 14th 2021

ViewSonic Reveals Immersive 32-inch ELITE XG320U 4K Gaming Monitor

ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solutions, announces the new ViewSonic ELITE XG320U gaming monitor at Pepcom. This 32-inch monitor is equipped with the latest features and technologies, including: native 4K Ultra HD resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, overclockable to 150 Hz, a 1ms response time (MPRT) and HDMI 2.1 to ensure compatibility with PCs and next-generation consoles.

Designed for a true immersive experience, the XG320U also comes with VESA DisplayHDR 600 and Adobe 99% RGB color coverage for amazing color reproduction. Developed with quantum-dot technology, the ViewSonic XG320U monitor ensures that users can maximize the full potential of their gaming platforms. The XG320U is certified with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and PureXP Motion Blur Reduction for fast-paced gaming at the highest visual quality.
"The ViewSonic ELITE XG320U is the epitome of what the company continues to bring to high-end gaming," said Jeff Muto, business line director at ViewSonic. "This monitor is packed with the latest technologies so gamers can have the ultimate gaming experience through complete immersion between incredible color accuracy, responsiveness and ultra-smooth textures. It's the perfect combination of features, power and speed that ensures it can be used with next-generation consoles."

The three-sided borderless design and ambient RGB LED lighting helps to create the ideal gaming environment at home or in an arena setting. A cable-drag-free mouse anchor and reinforced headphone hook keeps the tabletop clutter free. For additional comfort during marathon sessions, the XG320U is supported with TÜV-certified eye comfort. Engineered with tilt, swivel, and height adjustments, the displays provide a wide range of movements for the ideal viewing position.

XG320U
  • 32-inch IPS gaming monitor with native 4K (3840x2160) resolution
  • 144 Hz refresh rate at 4K via single cable (supported by HDMI 2.1)
  • Overclockable maximum 150 Hz refresh rate when using DisplayPort
  • 1 ms response time (MPRT) with PureXP technology
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology
  • VESA DisplayHDR 600 and Adobe 99% color coverage; Brightness of 400 cd/m²
  • Connectivity includes: HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort, USB-A/B and Audio-Out
  • Available: November 2021 for an estimated street price of $999.99
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20 Comments on ViewSonic Reveals Immersive 32-inch ELITE XG320U 4K Gaming Monitor

#1
ZoneDymo
ill decide wether or not its immersive thank you very much
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#2
Xex360
The price is way too high, 700€/$ should be the maximum.
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#3
bug
The HDR part is probably garbage (edge-lit), but rest is looking pretty sweet.
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#4
DeathtoGnomes
Xex360The price is way too high, 700€/$ should be the maximum.
those blinders cost extra. :eek:
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#5
RH92
DeathtoGnomesthose blinders cost extra. :eek:
Probably cause they are ELITE blinders :roll:.
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#6
Dammeron
Xex360The price is way too high, 700€/$ should be the maximum.
Price is the same as Asus PG32UQ and MSI MPG321UR-QD, which is not surprising, since probably all 3 use the same AUO panel.

There aren't that many 32" 4K >120hz screens on the market, that's why the price is with a little bit of extra...
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#7
xorbe
ZoneDymoill decide wether or not its immersive thank you very much
Yup, that headline is just an advertisement.
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#8
trsttte
Looks pretty sweet other than the price. Still waiting for mini led 4k 120hz+ hdmi2.1 at sane prices



I don't understand how apple is capable of doing it in a freaking iPad but we can't get a monitor bellow 3k$ with mini led :banghead:
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#9
bug
trsttteLooks pretty sweet other than the price. Still waiting for mini led 4k 120hz+ hdmi2.1 at sane prices



I don't understand how apple is capable of doing it in a freaking iPad but we can't get a monitor bellow 3k$ with mini led :banghead:
The electronics behind mini-LED and VRR are hard to get right. Plus, when many people buy cheap monitors, there's not much economy of scale left to apply to mini-LEDs. Personally, I question the whole future of mini-LED since it costs as much as OLED, but with more problems and not the same IQ.
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Xex360
DammeronPrice is the same as Asus PG32UQ and MSI MPG321UR-QD, which is not surprising, since probably all 3 use the same AUO panel.

There aren't that many 32" 4K >120hz screens on the market, that's why the price is with a little bit of extra...
From a technological point of view they are still using old technology enable to compete with CRT, monitors stagnated compared to TVs, Samsung TVs are great even though they're still using LCD, LG is in another level they had 4k120 TVs in 2019.
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#11
Dammeron
Xex360From a technological point of view they are still using old technology enable to compete with CRT, monitors stagnated compared to TVs, Samsung TVs are great even though they're still using LCD, LG is in another level they had 4k120 TVs in 2019.
Well, it may seem so on the first glance. But then You look into the detailed specs and see, that almost no TV on the market achieves native 120Hz or higher, or they lack proper calibration tools etc...

TVs have different needs to fulfill compared to PC monitors, only lately the difference started to blur.
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#12
lepudruk
1k $? Ouch, that's steep... That means XG321UG will be even more expensive. Damn, I was hoping to switch to one of those... :/
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#13
Valantar
No USB-C, no KVM functionality? That's a bummer. Also, are they actually launching it this time? Wasn't this announced back at CES 2020? And wasn't that after first announcing it at the previous Computex, then pulling it back in order to add FreeSync or HDMI 2.1 or some such?
lepudruk1k $? Ouch, that's steep... That means XG321UG will be even more expensive. Damn, I was hoping to switch to one of those... :/
You clearly haven't been watching the monitor market if you were expecting a 32" 2160p144 MicroLED monitor at $1000. The only competition for that has an MSRP of $3800.
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#14
lepudruk
ValantarYou clearly haven't been watching the monitor market if you were expecting a 32" 2160p144 MicroLED monitor at $1000. The only competition for that has an MSRP of $3800.
Well, "hope dies last" as they say.

And out of curiosity, what "competition" you had on your mind? That crazy model of ASUS (PG32UQX)?
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#15
chrcoluk
lepudruk1k $? Ouch, that's steep... That means XG321UG will be even more expensive. Damn, I was hoping to switch to one of those... :/
for $1000 i expect amoled.
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#16
Valantar
lepudrukWell, "hope dies last" as they say.

And out of curiosity, what "competition" you had on your mind? That crazy model of ASUS (PG32UQX)?
Given that I linked to it, yes? It's the only MiniLED 2160p144 monitor on the market, so it's literally the only logical competition for the XG321UG, which is also a MiniLED 2160p144 monitor.
chrcolukfor $1000 i expect amoled.
Aren't all amoled panels PenTile? Ugh. No thank you. At least give us LG's WOLED - though that has its own issues, given that it has a WRGB subpixel layout.
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#17
bug
ValantarAren't all amoled panels PenTile? Ugh. No thank you. At least give us LG's WOLED - though that has its own issues, given that it has a WRGB subpixel layout.
Monitor OLED panel are made by JOLED. They don't mention on their website which arrangement they use, but since they bothered to build panels specifically for monitors, I would assume they made sure they're as sharp as they come.

Also, you managed to contradict yourself: all OLED panels are not pentile, since some of them are RGBW ;) Unless you were specifically talking about Samsung's AMOLEDs. But those don't have anything to do with monitors.
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#18
Fluffmeister
I recently bought a 50" Samsung QN90A Neo QLED to use as my monitor as it was on a nice deal, £890 delivered. 120Hz panel, VRR, great blacks, peak brightness is amazingly etc etc.

Couldn't be happier, Shadow of the Tomb Raider with HDR enabled is stunning.

Now I need a new GPU, but damn mind blown.
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#19
Valantar
bugAlso, you managed to contradict yourself: all OLED panels are not pentile, since some of them are RGBW ;)
AMOLED =/= OLED. Please reread.
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#20
Xex360
DammeronWell, it may seem so on the first glance. But then You look into the detailed specs and see, that almost no TV on the market achieves native 120Hz or higher, or they lack proper calibration tools etc...

TVs have different needs to fulfill compared to PC monitors, only lately the difference started to blur.
LG have had 120hz native TVs since the at least the C8.
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