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- BE THE DIFFERENCE: Full HD 1080p resolution, ultra-fast 1ms response time, and amazing 144Hz refresh rate give you the edge in all your gaming quests
- SMOOTH GAMING: AMD FreeSync Premium technology enables smooth frame rates to aid you in battle
- IN IT TO WIN IT: X light and fully adjustable ergonomic stand delivers the comfort you need for marathon gaming sessions
- GAME ON: An arsenal of pre-set customizable visual modes such as ColorX keeps you ready for any FPS, RTS, eSports, or MOBA games
- FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: The XG2402 supports laptops, PCs, and Macs with HDMI 1.4, USB, and Display Port inputs
- INDUSTRY-LEADING WARRANTY: 3-year coverage with access to our US-based customer service team
- INCLUDED IN THE BOX: LCD Monitor, Power Cable, DisplayPort Cable, and USB 3.0 Cable
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24” Full HD 1080p 144Hz Gaming Monitor
The ViewSonic XG2402 is a 24” (24” viewable) Full HD monitor packed with all the speed and features that diehard gaming enthusiasts need.
Featuring an incredible 144Hz refresh rate, as well as VESA Adaptive-Sync Technology, this monitor’s variable refresh rate capabilities virtually eliminate screen tearing and stuttering for fluid gameplay during fast-paced action scenes.
Monitor Hz Cap
Select the desired refresh rate to cap the Hz output of your monitor. This decreases power and loading from your gaming card, and helps to create an ideal gaming experience depending on your specific gaming scenario.
- 144Hz refresh rate
- 1ms response time
- AMD FreeSync technology
- Exclusive ColorX gaming mode
- 22-Level Black stabilization
- Low input lag for seamless gaming experience
- Versatile Connectivity
- Ergonomically Designed for Gamers
144Hz refresh rate
With a swift 144Hz refresh rate, this monitor delivers greater visual fluidity and awesome graphics no matter how quickly the in-game action unfolds. Say goodbye to annoying tracers and motion blur, and up your A-game with the smoothest visuals possible.
Rapid Response Time
With a stunningly quick 1ms response time, this monitor delivers smooth images without streaking, blurring, or ghosting. This monitor also features 5 levels of rapid response rate (Standard, Fast, Faster, Ultra-fast, Fastest) that helps to correct 'overshoot' and motion blur when gaming at high refresh rates.
22-Level Black Stabilization
The ViewSonic Black Stabilization feature provides heightened visibility and detail by brightening dark scenes. With 22 customizable levels of black stabilization controls, you will dominate the competition with enhanced visibility, even in the darkest scenes of a video game.
Game Mode Hotkey
A Game Mode hotkey opens pre-calibrated settings that deliver the best blend of color and technology for specific gaming scenarios. A 'ColorX' option delivers the optimal refresh rate, response time, and color ideal for first person shooting games. In addition, three customizable 'Gamer' settings provide individual user preferences for specific games.
AMD FreeSync Technology
Leveraging VESA Adaptive-Sync connectivity, this monitor is equipped with AMD FreeSync technology* that seamlessly synchronizes the frame rate output between your graphics card and monitor. This dynamic refresh rate effectively eliminates image tearing, stuttering, and jerkiness for smooth gameplay.
*AMD FreeSync technology with DisplayPort 1.2a connection port
Low Input Lag
When the action on the battlefield gets intense, you need a monitor that can process every command from the keyboard, mouse, or controller as soon as they occur. With a built-in process reducer, this monitor does just that – decreasing the delay between all inputs, and allowing you to react in real time against any competitor.
|XG2401 - 24" (23.6" Viewable)||XG2402 - 24" (23.6" Viewable)||XG2530 - 25" (24.5" Viewable)||XG60 Series - 25" & 27"||XG3220 - 32" (31.5" Viewable)|
|Sync||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||NVIDIA G-SYNC||AMD FreeSync|
|Resolution||1080p (1920 x 1080)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||XG2560: 1080p (1920 x 1080) XG2760: 2K QHD (2560 x 1440)||4K UHD (3840 x 2160)|
|Max Refresh Rate||144Hz||144Hz||240Hz||XG2560: 240Hz XG2760: 165Hz||60Hz|
|Response Time||1ms (GtG)||1ms (GtG)||1ms (GtG)||1ms (GtG)||5ms (GtG)|
|HDR10 Content Support||-||-||-||-||✓|
|Ergonomics (Tilt, Height, Swivel & Pivot)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Connectivity||HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Hub||HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Hub||HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Hub||HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Hub||HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Hub|
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|Sold By||ViewSonic Corporation||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||2560 x 1440 pixels|
|Screen Size||24 inches||24 inches||23.8 inches||27 inches|
|Item Dimensions||9.42 x 22.28 x 17.08 inches||21.26 x 15.53 x 5.45 inches||21.28 x 15.33 x 8.05 inches||10.80 x 24.20 x 22.60 inches|
|Item Weight||14.80 lbs||6.10 lbs||—||—|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||—||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||144 hertz||165 hertz||144 hertz||144 hertz|
The ViewSonic XG2402 is a 24” (24” viewable) Full HD monitor packed with all the speed and features that diehard gaming enthusiasts need. Featuring an incredible 144Hz refresh rate, as well as VESA Adaptive-Sync Technology, this monitor’s variable refresh rate capabilities virtually eliminate screen tearing and stuttering for fluid gameplay during fast-paced action scenes. A blazing-fast 1ms response time and low input lag provides smooth screen performance even in the most graphic-intense sequences. For a game-winning competitive edge, a Game Mode feature optimizes visuals for FPS, RTS and MOBA. On top of that, a customizable 22-level black stabilization function helps you target enemies lurking in the dark, while the monitor maintains brilliantly rich colors and contrast. With a gamer-inspired ergonomic stand that features an integrated headphone hook and cable management functionality, the XG2402 has all you need to conquer your gaming and entertainment quests. Voltage AC 100-240V (universal), 50-60Hz. The brightness is 300 cd/m2. Viewing Angles 170 Degrees Horizontal, 160 Degrees Vertical.
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I found this product through reviews and immediately threw my money at it.
When it arrived he was confused but oddly giddy because ‘Baby its black and red!’
Unboxing and setting up: there is a weird canle management piece that we could never get hooked on the back.
A somewhat useless headset stand pops out from the back of the monitor arm at the top.... for our desk against a wall and enclosed with hutch that is not useful, but for others it may be.
Quality: he has oo’ed and aw’ed over the quality of picture since receiving. He still screams he died but cant blame the refresh anymore.
My life mission is complete. Accountability for user error versus computer glitches. Success.
I have three of these things sitting behind me now ready to go back to Amazon because the quality control on these panels is trash. Each panel has dead or stuck pixels. The company will tell you there's an "Acceptable Range" of pixel issues, but that's a policy that's NOT acceptable.
you pay your hard earned money for a functioning panel, and they expect you to accept that you'll have a black, red, or blue speck on your screen forever, and that you should just accept it as a thing that happens. Forget that. Refund it and move on to a company that cares about functioning pixels.
While the pixels that DO work produce the best TN image on the market, the tiny black dots that ViewSonic is ok with ruin this monitor. Sorry ViewSonic, I can't trust you anymore.
the settings are so rich that I have everything perfectly the way i want it. response is insane. cs:go has new life now. can't believe i played on 60hz for the past 15 years
My problem is that within two weeks, I got a line of always-blue pixels from the top to the bottom of the screen. Unfortunately, I didn't buy with prime (which I usually always do, this just slipped by) and Amazon's answer would have been to pay for half the cost of repairs at a repair center. Fortunately, it was within the return period, so I processed it as a return instead. Now to wait until it comes back in stock to try again! (Yes, I was otherwise happy enough with it to try again. It will be 5 stars if I get a functional unit!).
Only 2 minor problems so far:
1. Buttons on front rock the monitor up and down when you press them.
2. The wire holder on the back is pretty flimsy and I almost broke it trying to put it on the stand.
Otherwise very pleased and I recommend highly after about 2 weeks of use.
Except, drivers and usb slots.
1- Drivers can't be installed on a fully updated Win7 x64(I just reverted from Win10 just cause). Neither signed one nor unsigned. Thankfully, you don't need drivers for 144hz support. You can change it on Catalyst Control Center.
2- Location of usb3 ports are useless. I still have to get back of my pc to use them.
But these are nothing. I'm fine with the product:)
Speakers are not the best, but I don’t dislike them. Won’t take off a star since they even did included them. Better than nothing.
Getting a PC soon, but tried this on my Xbox One. The game tested, as I said was Overwatch. Performed very well. No lag or image quality issues. Thought there was a dead pixel but it turned out to be a little scrap of something. No big deal. The packaging itself came with the box, no protective box. It was okay though.
Image quality for a TN panel
Smooth on console (will update once I get my PC)
Menu buttons once you get used to them
Diverse options for stand adjustments
Nothing else so far
Top international reviews
Gaming Settings= CUSTOM 1
Rampage Response= Fast
Black Stabilization= 11 (higher reduces contrast, too much lower noticeably eats away at dark detail)
Brightness= 38 (according to preferences and lighting)
Color Saturation= 50
AMD FreeSync= On
Color Temperature= Full Color Control
Refresh rate (Windows setting)= 144Hz
After using the settings from the review, the color is almost perfect. I have another monitor which is a 60hz IPS screen which has almost identical picture quality to the adjusted XG2402. Would highly recommend if you're looking mainly for high frame rate at a great price. Other features such as 1440p resolution, big screen, or curved shape did not matter for me so I can confidently say that this is the perfect monitor for me.
This (was) the '2017 model', came out in winter 2017, 144Hz freesync monitor (XG2402), an upgraded version of the XG2401.
I upgraded from an asus VE248H which is a 60Hz TN panel. Umm, lots of thoughts so far - in general, I find I'm still tweaking to get it how I like it visually (there are loads of settings), but I was pleased to see no pixel problems, so I'm gonna end up keeping it if it doesn't explode over xmas :D
When I pay hundreds of pounds for something, I expect to have something either in perfect working order or quick-fixable. My RX480 is almost certainly never going to get 144Hz in games with the highest settings, but some compromises here and there (tessellation lowering for one), or simply aiming for anything in the freesync range (e.g. 60fps) is more than doable and it's buttery smooth, tear-free gaming til the cows come home now!
I'm finding it harder to 'tweak and be done with it' than the asus, because the site I used last time to calibrate the colours was very obvious when I was at the ideal spot. For the viewsonic, I can see the different colour contrasts perfectly even with lots of adjusting! There is a bit of bleeding around the lower right and a minor difference in warmth when looking at a pure white image between the top and bottom of the screen, so it's by no means an IPS monitor. ATM this doesn't bother me especially, because I'd rather have lower latency and not spend double the price on a monitor right now lol
Compared to the XG2401, this is supposed to have more gamma options? It does have a lot to choose from. It's hard to describe, it's made games look more 'gamey', but high definition pictures look so much better.
Pushing the option buttons can be a faff, the interface could be a bit better. It has an option not to display the 'power on' light on the monitor, which is nice. The biggest plus by far is the 144Hz and AMD Freesync - it's so nice not to not have tearing anymore and I love how silky the mouse moves around lol
I had my asus attached flush to a wall...now it does say repeatedly that the viewsonic is vesa compatible (100x100mm), exactly the same size, but the stand it comes with doesn't look like I can just use the same stuff. (It's a fantastic stand by the way, very meaty) so at the moment I'm looking for a viewsonic proprietary wall mount thing (it slots into the back in a circle you see). Debating whether or not to sacrifice the deskspace permanently lol
I'm happy with it so far, the pros definitely outweigh the cons (and thank god I didn't have to send it back for bad pixels), but I find myself wondering what the samsung is like now. I find curved monitors a bit gimmicky though :P
When these were first available a couple of weeks ago (literally hot off the shelf with a manufacturing date labelled as '1st Nov 2017'), amazon had them at £275 and later £250 which they're at now at time of writing. I'm a little disappointed to pay £25 for the same thing, but I'm just so glad not to have any pixel problems and have to worry about sending it back (fingers crossed).
I also looked at the Alienware 240Hz for its deliciously thin bezels but heard it was lacking in the settings department which viewsonic certainly isn't.
The feeling when you adjust height and inclination is one of a reliable and strong product. I only have some complaints about the cable management holder that is not as firm as I would expect, and the audio volume, that's lower than I expected. Everything else is perfect. Buttons are comfortable and give good feedback. On screen menu is excellent. The screen can be turned left or right for showing something to a partner without moving the base. It includes connections for HDMI, DisplayPort, an USB extension for 2 USB 3.0 devices, and an Audio Output for headphones. And games look and feel stunningly beautiful and fluid with it's image quality and the 144 hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time.
- It looks good, the stand feels sturdy and reliable, it is built of good quality plastics and the red lights in the back can be cool is you have a black and red themed games room.
- It has a good number of ports and USB that allows you to connect anything to your computer or even recharge devices (USB extension cable to your PC is included)
- The time response is fantastic and the games are great at 144Hz (if you can make them run that good)
- The OSD offers plenty of options to adjust the screen to your needs and allows you to save multiple profiles that can be swapped easily.
- AMD Freesync is just sweet if you have a compatible graphics card.
- Disappointing black deepness. Even for a TN panel.
- Poor viewing angles. And when I say poor, I mean that if you lean a few centimeters from the front of the screen, the corners will start to look yellowish. For gaming it's ok, but this means that it isn't good for a multimonitor setup if it's not going to be the main one, or if you need to share the screen with other person while playing. You can try to tweak the screen in the OSD menu, but it is almost impossible to avoid.
- OSD navigation could be better. The buttons are too hard.
- The screen looks awful in very dark environments. Get some weak warm light close to your desk and place it somewhere to the side of the monitor, in order to avoid reflections. It will help a lot.
To help you decide and know when you have a 144Hz monitor that is working as intended this is the criteria I now know are important:
1) The experience should be butter smooth. In games, or just simple things like moving your cursor across the screen should be BUTTER SMOOTH.
2) If you're having issues on start up/restarting where the PC freezes and you have to force shutdown, switch off all power, wait 15-30 seconds and the power on again, it could be your monitor is at fault and you need to RMA it or buy a new one.
3) You should be able to switch off your monitor unplug it completely and plug it back in while your PC is running and it should come back on and show a picture every time you do this. If it doesn't, but rather you have to once again completely power down and start from scratch this could mean your monitor is broken.
4) If you're having consistently bad hit reg in games even after you're tried everything under the sun to fix it and your internet connection has been tested/proven ok, this also could be your monitor quality/malfunctioning.
To test the above try using another monitor (even 60Hz monitor will do) and if the problems go away (as they did for me) then you know you have a faulty monitor.
The one gripe I have with the ViewSonic is that the monitor arrived in what should clearly/technically be sold as "refurbished" state (i.e. not priced as new). The original clear plastic seal on the box was cut by the original buyer and was then replaced upon return by ViewSonic themselves with a new white ViewSonic logo seal. Obviously it was opened before. However there were no signs of use/wear and the monitor works flawlessly at the moment so I can't be bothered to return it and insist I receive a factory sealed unit. After all at least I know this one was thoroughly checked over by ViewSonic before going out again. I didn't deduct a star for this because this is now becoming part and parcel of buying from the internet and it doesn't reflect at all on the quality of the product, which to me is the essence of the issue. Frankly I can't remember the last time I bought something substantial from Amazon that wasn't clearly opened before. As someone who has himself returned many items (as is my right) because I didn't like them at the time of opening, I can hardly hold that against the manufacturer. As far as I am concerned as long as it is fully functional showing no signs of use/wear and tear then it's new.
The XG2402 is working as intended so far (received 3 days ago as of writing this). The colours are much better and the picture quality is clearer. In games it solved all my "hit reg" issues. I can't say what this monitor provides in terms of experience as compared to the sea of other 144Hz monitors out there using the same panel (or the newer 24.5 inch 144Hz panel), but what I can say is that in my experience so far it is vastly superior to the AOC G2460PF. If I had to guess I'd say this is due to the fact that there's a lot more to a monitor than just the panel. In fact, the XG 2402 is noticeably heavier than the G2560PF, making me think that maybe AOC cheap out on the components. Hence the lower price (and performance)....or maybe my particular G2460PF was simply faulty and I should've RMAed it a long time ago. But how do you RMA something that essentially works!
Should you buy the ViewSonic XG4202 over all other 144Hz gaming monitors? Over the AOC's G2460PF, from me, it's a resounding yes! In fact, personally I will stay away from AOC products from now on. It seems they offer the lower prices for a reason....a bad reason. As far as the other manufacturers/models are concerned: I have no experience and can't comment with any certainty, but what I can say is that the reviews I read prior to the purchase of the XG2402 (apart from one review where they had a bad pre-production sample and it had issues with contrast) were all positive and in my opinion correct. There are other models from other manufacturer's with the same panel that are actually more expensive than the XG2402, but I can't imagine them being a value proposition in comparison. As far as the cheaper options, I paid £30 more than the cost of the AOC G2460PF (or the plethora of other similar monitors), so the XG2402 is more expensive. . But if you're looking for a 144Hz gaming monitor, unless £30 is the be all and end all for you, take my advice: buy the ViewSonic G2402 and save yourself the hassle.
P.S. This is essentially a first impressions review and I will update it in case issues arise after prolonged use.
However, there are two minor issues. Firstly, no Quick Guide was present in the box. Secondly, no cable management loop was present on the stand. Neither of these are important when it comes to the display itself, but nevertheless they are missing and that is a disappointment. I did get two power cables, though, one a UK 3 pin plug and the other a 2-pin plug.
Brightness is 4.5
The best bugdet 144ghz monitor for gaming
Much better than the AOC I originally purchased .
Build quality and picture quality is great for the value .
I bought it to make use of the 144hz refresh rate which is useful when playing FPS games such as cs go.