ViewSonic Elite XG320U 4K Gaming Monitor with 150Hz Refresh Rate

With 150Hz refresh rate, ViewSonic Elite XG320U 4K gaming monitor gives you tear-free gameplay even for the most intense FPS games. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.ViewSonic Elite XG320U 4K Gaming Monitor with 150Hz Refresh Rate

ViewSonic Elite XG320U measures 28.6 x 10.4 x 23.7 inches and weighs 22.20 lbs. As shown in the images, the gaming monitor delivers the same appearnce design with the Elite XG270QG. The 3-sided ultra narrow bezel design and tidy lines allow it to elevate your desktop setup with the sleek modern look.

Meanwhile, using its flexible stand, you can easily adjust the angle and height to fit your viewing preference, and the stand also supports portrait mode that is good for coding and browsing.ViewSonic Elite XG320U 4K Gaming Monitor with 150Hz Refresh Rate

The 32-inch 4K gaming monitor delivers 3840 x 2160 resolution, 1ms response time and 150Hz (OC) refresh rate. With AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, the XG320U lets you enjoy smooth gameplay at peak performance and excellent high dynamic ranger visuals.

Furthermore, the 4K gaming monitor also features 10-bit color depth and HDR 600 certification to provide lifelike, vivid colors with rich detail. Moreover, the monitor comes equipped with USB-A and -B, HDMI 2.1, HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort, and Micro USB. In addition, it also elevates your setup with a built-in mouse bungee, sight shields, reinforced headphone hook and ELITE RGB ambient lighting.ViewSonic Elite XG320U 4K Gaming Monitor with 150Hz Refresh Rate

ViewSonic Elite XG320U 4K gaming monitor is priced at $999.99 USD. If you’re interested, you will get more info from the product page. (Note: As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. The price is the same for you, and this will not cost you anything but it keeps us in business.)

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