ViewSonic The Elite XG320U was launched today, expanding its gaming monitor lineup. Elite XG320U uses a 4K IPS panel with a diagonal size of 32 inches and supports refresh rates up to 150 Hz.
In view of its game focus, Elite XG320U adopts HDMI 2.1 An interface that can output 4K content at a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz.But when using Display port Connect and help it compete with the best 4K gaming monitors on the marketViewSonic also claims that the XG320U display has a 1ms response time and utilizes its internal PureXP display technology. PureXP is a feature that ViewSonic uses to help reduce motion blur in games to improve overall image clarity.
Other features on the Elite XG320U deck include AMD FreeSync Advanced Edition And VESA DisplayHDR 600 support, and 99% Adobe RGB color space coverage. The maximum brightness is 400 cd/m2, and the display has passed TÜV certification, which can improve eye comfort during long gaming sessions or simply handling spreadsheets during the day. Interestingly, there is no mention of HDR support in ViewSonic’s display documentation.
The focus of the game on Elite XG320U means that it has some nice touches, such as a built-in hook that can hold the headset when not in use, and a holder that prevents the wired mouse cable from causing serious damage to the desktop. You will also find relatively thin bezels on the top and sides; the monitor has a slightly larger bottom bezel. The hexagonal Elite RGB accent/ambient lighting element is located on the back, adding interest to the design.
According to ViewSonic, the Elite XG320U is scheduled to be launched in the United States in November at a price of US$999.99. Currently, global pricing has not been announced, but we will provide an update on this information as soon as it becomes available.