The ViewSonic Elite XG320U is arguably one of the most exciting monitors to be previewed in recent times based on its specifications. The monitor features a 32-inch-sized 4K 144Hz panel which many gamers have been clamoring for since the category hit the market in 2018. It’s also certified for DisplayHDR 600 performance, so it should be able to provide a substantial HDR visual experience compared to the previous releases we’ve tested.
Specifications aren’t final and widely available at this time, but this is what we know so far:
- Screen Size: 32 Inches
- Resolution: 3840 x 2160 4K
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Refresh Rate: 144Hz
- Color Performance: 99% Adobe RGB Gamut Coverage
- Response Time: 1ms
- Brightness: 600 cd/m² peak
- Built-in Speakers: Yes
- Adjustable Stand: Yes
- VESA Compatibility: Yes
- Connectivity: HDMI 2.1 (Confirmed, But Quantity Undefined)
- RGB LED System: Yes
- Automatic Low Latency Mode Support
- FreeSync Premium Pro Support
The list is still vague, and again, not final, but what stands out so far is its HDMI 2.1 connectivity. The latter will be able to support 4K at 120Hz, indicating that the monitor is designed for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X next-gen consoles as well. It’s still unclear if the monitor will use DSC for its 144Hz output, but it is pretty standard for every 4K 144Hz in recent times.
The company is marketing the ViewSonic Elite XG320U as a perfect mix of next-gen tech, speed, and power to provide gamers with essential technology for the new consoles and PC hardware. It is also a great solution that will bridge the gap between high-end monitors and TVs, so gamers can save on the necessary gear to enjoy games on multiple platforms.
The ViewSonic Elite XG320U doesn’t have a final release date and SRP as of this time, but it’s expected to drop worldwide by Q1 2021. You can check out their Russian product page for more information, or you can check back here for the latest updates as we will share them when they become available.
About the Author:
Paolo is a gaming veteran since the golden days of Doom and Warcraft and has been building gaming systems for family, friends, and colleagues since his junior high years. High-performance monitors are one of his fixations and he believes that it’s every citizen’s right to enjoy one. He has gone through several pieces of hardware in pursuit of every bit of performance gain, much to the dismay of his wallet. He now works with Monitornerds to scrutinize the latest gear to create reviews that accentuate the seldom explained aspects of a PC monitor.