ViewSonic launches their first OLED Gaming monitor, the 240Hz XG272-2K-OLED

ViewSonic enters the OLED gaming monitor market with their 1440p 240Hz XG272-2K-OLED display

The OLED gaming monitor market now has a new player. ViewSonic has today revealed their new XG272-2K-OLED display. This is a 240Hz 1440p OLED gaming screen that features lightning-fast pixel response times of 0.01ms, ensuring that gamers have crisp visuals and responsive gameplay.

Right now, OLED screens provide the best gaming experiences. This is thanks to their fast response times, per-pixel dimming, high contrast ratios, and strong HDR support. Pixel burn-in issues are not as prevalent as they were in early OLED TVs, making OLED screens suitable as PC monitors.

With its white exterior, RGB illuminated elements, and adjustable stand, this screen is stylish, functional, and can be personalised. This screen doesn’t just have impressive specifications, it looks fantastic.

This 240Hz screen comes with a Blur Busters verification and both AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync Compatible certifications. This means that this screen promises minimal blurring, solid VRR support, and low latency gameplay. ViewSonic have made this new screen for gamers, but it also features strong HDR support due to its OLED nature.

When it comes to connectivity, this new OLED screen from ViewSonic has a tonne of options. The screen features dual HDMI 2.1 inputs, a single DisplayPort 1.4 connection, and a USB Type-C port. The screen also supports 15W charging through this USB Type-C connection. Additional USB Type-A ports are available for PC connectivity.

ViewSonic has confirmed to us that their new XG272-2K-OLED monitor will be available in Europe later this month. Sadly, the company has not revealed official UK or EU pricing for this monitor at this time. In the US, this screen will cost $899.99.

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