ViewSonic introduced the Elite XG251G and XG271QG professional gaming monitors. In their description, the manufacturer highlights the Nvidia Reflex and G-Sync technologies, which provide maximum decrease in latency and smooth image display even in the most dynamic games that require maximum accuracy of movement and aiming.
The ViewSonic Elite XG251G 24.5-inch monitor supports a maximum refresh rate of 360Hz. For the ViewSonic Elite XG271G 27 ” QHD monitor, the maximum frequency is 240Hz.
The aforementioned Nvidia Reflex technology is designed to reduce the delay between actions on the keyboard or mouse and output to the screen. It includes the Reflex Latency Analyzer function, which provides accurate data on the time elapsed between a user action and its display on the screen. The optional Low Latency Boost feature allows you to overclock your GPU without affecting image quality. Other benefits related to monitor applications include RGB backlighting on the back of the monitor, a holder to slide the mouse cable over with minimal friction, and a reinforced headphone hook. The stand is designed to tilt and swivel the screen and adjust its height.
Elite XG251G resolution – Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels), Elite XG271QG – QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels). In both cases, IPS panels were used, the coverage of the Adobe RGB color space is 99%, the response time is 1 ms, the maximum brightness is 400 cd / m22… The monitors are VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified.
The monitors should be on sale in the third quarter of this year. The manufacturer does not name prices.