|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160 pixels|
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ViewSonic XG2700-4K 27" 60Hz IPS 4K UHD 2160p FreeSync Gaming Monitor HDMI, DisplayPort
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- 27-Inch 4K UHD 2160p (3840x2160) 16:9 IPS 60Hz Gaming Computer Monitor with HDMI 2.0, USB 3.0, DisplayPort and Mini DisplayPort Inputs
- Packed with all the speed and features that diehard gaming enthusiasts need such as 4K UHD, 60Hz refresh rate, and AMD FreeSync
- Ergonomic gamer-centered design with bold red accents, integrated headphone hook, anti-glare hard coating panel surface, and adjustable tilt, pivot, swivel, and height
- 120M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio; 178/178 Degree Viewing Angles; Physical Dimensions: 25.3” x 21.9” x 9.1” with Stand
- 3-year Limited Warranty; Energy Star Certified; Package Content: XG2700-4K monitor, AC/DC Adapter, Power cable, Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable, USB 3.0 cable, Quick Start Guide, and ViewSonic Wizard CD
- Compatible with Mac, and Windows; ideal for both laptops and desktops; VESA mountable
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27 inch 4K Ultra HD Gaming Monitor with SuperClear IPS Technology
The ViewSonic XG2700-4K is a 27 inch 4K Ultra HD LED gaming monitor that delivers stunning definition and color for highly immersive gameplay. With 3840x2160 resolution and SuperClear IPS panel technology, this monitor provides incredibly sharp and detailed visuals.
What’s more, gamers are empowered with a wide array of customizable pro-style color settings for the most accurate colors across gaming genres. This incredible alchemy of detail and color are fully realized with VESA Adaptive-Sync technology, a combination that delivers tear-free, picture-perfect gaming every time. A fast 5ms response time and low input lag also provides smooth screen performance free from blurring or ghosting. A Game Mode feature optimizes visuals for FPS, RTS and MOBA, and a black stabilization function helps target enemies lurking in the dark while maintaining rich colors and contrast. With future-proof DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 to support 4K UHD resolution at 60Hz, this monitor is the pinnacle of detailed gaming, and maximizes the gaming potential of any PC.
With unbelievable detail and color, this monitor provides everything needed for total game immersion.
At a Glance
- Stunning 4K Ultra HD resolution
- SuperClear IPS panel technology
- AMD FreeSync technology
- Low input lag for seamless gaming experience
- Black stabilization for ultimate visibility
Designed for: Gaming and Entertainment
Stunning 4K Ultra HD Resolution
Displaying more than 8 million pixels with a high pixel density, this 3840x2160 monitor delivers the ultimate in image detail and clarity for stunning, highly immersive gameplay. At 4x more pixels than Full HD resolution, this monitor provides a bigger picture of your gaming world so you can see the entire battlefield in all its glory.
SuperClear IPS Panel Technology
Enjoy accurate and vivid colors with consistent levels of brightness no matter the vantage point. With SuperClear IPS panel technology, this monitor delivers the same image quality whether you are looking at the screen from above, below, the front, or the side.
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 incredibly 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.
Black Stabilization for Ultimate Visibility
ViewSonic’s Black Stabilization feature provides heightened visibility and detail by brightening dark scenes. Dominate the competition with enhanced visibility, even in the darkest scenes of a video game.
Ports and Features
02. Headphone Hook//03. VESA Compatible Wall Mount (100 x 100mm)//04. Kensington Lock Slot//05. USB 3.0 (x2)//06. HDMI (x2)//07. HDMI 2.0//08. DisplayPort//09. Cable Management Ring//10. DC In//11. Headphones//12. Mini DisplayPort.
|VX57 Series||XG01 Series||XG2530||XG2700-4K||XG2703-GS|
|Max Refresh Rate||75Hz||144Hz||240hz||60hz||165Hz|
|Resolution||1080p (1920 x 1080)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||1080p (1920 x 1080)||4K UHD (3840 x 2160)||2K QHD (2560 x 1440)|
|Panel Type||TN||TN||TN||SuperClear IPS||SuperClear IPS|
|Input Connectors||HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA||HDMI, DisplayPort||HDMI, DisplayPort||HDMI, DisplayPort||HDMI, DisplayPort|
|Ergonomic Stand||Tilt||Tilt, Pivot, Swivel, Height||Tilt, Pivot, Swivel, Height||Tilt, Pivot, Swivel, Height||Tilt, Pivot, Swivel, Height|
|Additional Features||AMD FreeSync||AMD FreeSync||AMD FreeSync||AMD FreeSync||NVIDIA G-SYNC|
|Available in:||22", 24" and 27"||24" and 27"||25"||27"||27"|
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The ViewSonic XG2700-4K is a 27” 4K Ultra HD LED gaming monitor that delivers stunning definition and color for highly immersive gameplay. With 3840x2160 resolution and SuperClear IPS panel technology, this monitor delivers over 8 million pixels of sharp and refined color that transports gamers into worlds of unmatched graphical detail. What's more, gamers are empowered with an array of customizable pro-style color settings for the most accurate colors across gaming genres. This incredible alchemy of detail and color is fully realized with VESA Adaptive-Sync technology: a combination that delivers tear-free, picture-perfect gaming every time. A fast 5ms response time and low input lag provides smooth screen performance for the most epic sequences. A Game Mode feature optimizes AAA visuals, and a black stabilization function helps target enemies lurking in the dark while maintaining rich colors and contrast. With future-proof DisplayPort 1.2a and HDMI 2.0 to support 4K UHD resolution at 60Hz, this monitor maximizes the potential of any extreme graphics card to deliver the pinnacle of detailed gaming. With unbelievable resolution and color, this monitor provides everything needed for total game immersion.
Top customer reviews
Is it worth $700 though? I am very happy with it. It has done me well for gaming as well as for digital art. I am not sure if it is REALLY worth the $700, hard to say since my last monitor was so old. All I can say is I am satisfied with all the features given on this monitor, so if you think those are all things you want, then it probably is worth it.
From my research, let me share briefly... All 165 hz 4ms 2k ips "type" panels are made by AOC. (translation: ips, or inter-plane switching, is phase coined by samsung and LG - actual panel manufacturers that are competitors. AOC boasts a AHVA panel, but for all intents and purposes is the same thing as ips... Good viewing angles, great color reproduction, decent black levels, and traditionally, mediocre response times which meant a few years ago - not good for gamers... until now). Now I'm an older gamer, and I don't need flashing LED lighting, or any peripherals that were inspired by the days of Governor Arnold fighting space alien hunters. The primary reason I chose Viewsonic instead of the "gamer" targeted marketing efforts of ASUS, ACER, and AOC, is that the Viewsonic is a no-frills, no nonsense, monitor manufacturer. Over the years I have had a personal Viewsonic TN panel that had great colour accuracy, response times, and was solid. I have also used Viewsonic TN monitors professionally working in various office jobs through the years, and they are reliable, and to be blunt I don't have any reason to dislike/complain about them. On the other hand, the guys that give you flashing lights, multi-color designs, and try to tell you they are for "pro gamers" just doesn't appeal to me. ASUS and ACER seem to be selling everything from motherboards to peripherals to dog food lately, and to me, that's kinda of a turnoff. About the point I can buy toothpaste from the company making my "pro gaming" components, I want to look elsewhere, personally...
* Very fast for a ips type panel. If you do your diligence to read reviews, the monitor settings should be set to "advanced", and color should be calibrated with a colorimeter to make the best out of the panel.
* Viewing angles. On a screen this big it is important. Even if you are sitting right in front of it, there is some color deviation from one side to another on TN type panels.
* Color accuracy. Big and beautiful. If you find reviews on this panel you will find complaints, even if knit picking, but color accuracy won't be one of those complaints. Me 15 years ago didn't care about colors. I know what I'm missing now and I will not own another TN panel for personal use (with exception to a laptop potentially).
* 144hz/165 hz - YES it makes a difference. I play CS:GO, and wow what a big change from 60hz to 120hz. Bear in mind here you need a fast PC to give you consistent frames at these higher speeds at 2k resolution.
* Gysnc. Yes it's awesome. Yes it makes a difference. Yes it's worth the cost.
* 16:9 works great for movies and media. 2560x1440p is supported by almost all modern games.
* No dead pixels!
* Cost. If you aren't made of money like me, this was a HUGE investment. I will be seriously disappointed if it doesn't last me 6 years or so.
* IPS Glow. Yes, these monitors have IPS glow, and many of them have substantial backlight bleed. If you are researching these monitors you already know this. Don't be the person that buys a monitor that has ips glow and complains about it to the world that it is so horrible. It's a known part of the technology. If you have an issue with it, wait another 5-10 years until OLED or another panel tech is accessible, and buy then. Right now this is the best thing going, unless you prefer the slower 30+ inch ultrawide screens. If you go for the ultrawide tech, some games will not be fully compatible. Mine has a moderate amount of IPS glow, and a bit of backlight bleed in the lower left corner. Your mileage may vary.
* I personally don't care for the little LED light on the bottom. It changes color for no apparent rhyme or reason. The manual is horrible and doesn't mention it. I had to go to the manufacturer website to read what it is supposed to do.. It's something to the effect of changing color to create a more immersive effect. Give me a break! I don't really mind it until it turns red for no reason, then it's just annoying.
* I'm now locked into the NVidia ecosystem for Gsync. I don't like proprietary ecosystems (Yes I'm looking at you, Apple!). But currently, it's the best thing going. What can I say.
Points of interest:
* Overwatch, Starcraft 2, and other competitive type games play great on 16:9 - 2560x1440p. Some games like this do NOT play well on 21:9 screens. You will end up seeing big, ugly borders on movies and media, and in some cases, these borders will be present in games like Overwatch. This may be arbitrary to some, but in the foreseeable future I think this 2560x1440p is a great middle ground resolution which I anticipate will be supported by 99.9% of games coming out. Not so with ultrawide type monitors.
* Screen size has nothing to do with how your PC will perform. Resolution is what matters. Right now, even the $1,500 graphics cards will not max out 4k screens at 144hz. So if you are thinking of buying a 4k screen, consider that graphics cards aren't quite there yet. Yes you might be able to buy two Titan X and get decent frame rates, but for the rest of us, 2k is much more manageable.
* GTX 770 will NOT give over 120hz at 1440p. This was a big surprise to me. I'm personally waiting for AMD to come out with new cards, and create a price war at which time I will be looking to upgrade. I'll probably wait for the forthcoming rumored Nvidia GTX 2070 or equal.
* 144hz can only be had with a good displayport cable. HDMI maxes at 60hz which defeats the entire purpose.
* IPS Glow will be a probability. Buy from a vendor you trust, and if it's unbearable, have the option to return it. The panel lottery is real. Mine has a small about of backlight bleed, but unfortunately, I can't go back to 60 hz now. FYI 120 hz is noticeable everywhere, including mouse pointer speed in Windows!!!
* Best option available currently for 2560 x 1440 with high refresh and Gsync
* Panel type has great blacks and color accuracy.
* 4k panels are a novel idea but you won't be able to push games at high graphics settings and high refresh rates for a few more years unless you want to spend $4,000-5,000 on a gaming PC.
* More appealing design (less obnoxious) that the competitors
* You are buying from a monitor company, not a "gaming" company that wants to sell you big flashy logos and colors on everything including the kitchen sink.
* You are still risking the "panel lottery" when buying a large format IPS/AHVA panel.
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