ViewSonic is out in full force on the CES 2018 floor. The company is showing off a set of monitors aimed directly at the PC gaming market. The new displays come in a variety of sizes and refresh rates, including one model that operates at 240Hz.
The ViewSonic XG2560 is a 25-inch monitor that runs at 1080p and has a native refresh rate of 240Hz. The panel supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology and is expected to retail in the neighborhood of $600. The ViewSonic XG3220 is a 32-inch monster that sports 4K resolution, a 60Hz refresh rate, and HDR 10 support. When it hits stores, it is expected to go for $629. The XG3540C is a 34-inch ultrawide panel that can be overclocked to 100Hz. It will carry a retail price of $739.
In addition to the XG series models outlined above, ViewSonic will be introducing two other new models. The VX2758-C-MH is a Freesync-enabled 27-inch 1080p display that is curved and has a 144Hz refresh rate. It will hit the market at $266, a great value for high-refresh gamers on a budget. The VX3258-2KC-MHD has a 32-inch panel, 1440p resolution, and the same 144Hz refresh rate as its 27-inch cousin. Its display will also be curved and it will retail for $409.
Hopefully for CES 2019, ViewSonic can come up with some less awful product names for their displays. Check our CES 2018 hub for all the latest news from the show floor in Las Vegas.