ViewSonic Launches New 4K Mini-LED Gaming Monitor

ViewSonic, Californian visual solutions and conducts provider has launched an impressive new bit of hardware, the ViewSonic ELITE XG321UG gaming monitor. This gorgeous new piece of hardware has been engineered to deliver incredible visual fidelity for gamers with loads of features packed into its relatively sleek and user-friendly size.

The ELITE gaming monitor is a comfortable 32-inch unit that takes advantage of a mini-LED light source IPS panel and NVIDIA’s Reflex technology. It has been designed with gaming immersion in mind, featuring native 4K Ultra HD resolution and a 144Hx refresh rate, bolstered by NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate tech for the best possible HDR experience.

ViewSonic ELITE XG321UG Gaming Monitor

“With the ViewSonic ELITE XG321UG, we’re adding one of the best high-end monitors to our ELITE gaming series,” said Jack Hung, Country Manager at ViewSonic Australia, via a press release email. “With features like a mini-LED panel, advanced ergonomics and customisable RGB lighting, the XG321UG gives users the innovative gaming setup they have always wanted. What’s more, the super-smooth gameplay, incredible responsiveness, and amazing colour accuracy, allows the XG321UG to deliver a uniquely immersive experience for the user.”

The unit is definitely boasting some impressive tech and for those looking for a desktop gaming solution that doesn’t compromise on visual fidelity, the ELITE might be what you’re looking for. The ViewSonic ELITE XG321UG Gaming Monitor is now available at RRP $3,899. Alternatively, if you’re after a more affordable option, the ViewSonic ELITE XG320U Gaming Monitor featuring HDMI 2.1 for console gaming is available at RRP $1,799.

James Wood
James Wood
James literally cannot recall a time in which video games weren’t a part of his life. A childhood hobby turned adult fascination, gaming has been one of the few constants.

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