With few flaws, the ViewSonic Elite XG270QC is one of the best gaming monitors we’ve seen in the sub-$500 category.
The ViewSonic Elite XG240R gaming monitor features a 24-inch TN screen with FHD resolution, FreeSync, 144 Hz and seriously-quick response; all wrapped in a solid chassis at a great price.
The ViewSonic XG350R-C Elite is a 35-inch curved VA screen with AMD FreeSync and non-official Nvidia G-Sync compatibility.
The ViewSonic VP3881 brings professional-grade sRGB with factory-certified color accuracy. Hardcore gamers may want to hold off.
Graphics pros working in the sRGB color gamut will appreciate the value of ViewSonic’s VP2768. It offers a sharp 27” QHD/IPS screen with an internal 14-bit LUT and flexible calibration options.
Today, we’re looking at another 25” 240Hz gaming monitor: ViewSonic’s XG2530. It’s a FHD TN panel with FreeSync and a huge OSD offering everything you could possibly want.
ViewSonic’s VP2771 is a 27” IPS panel with sRGB color, a 14-bit lookup table, factory-certified accuracy, and an optional auto-calibration kit.
ViewSonic’s XG2703-GS is a QHD panel with AHVA technology, 165Hz, G-Sync, ULMB, and slick styling. Let's see how it measures up to the competition in our tests.
If you're looking for FreeSync, IPS and Ultra HD in one product, choices are slim. ViewSonic has entered this rarified category with a phenomenal effort in the XG2700-4K. This 27-inch monitor is one of the best displays we've ever tested.
ViewSonic is the latest major display manufacturer to add FreeSync to its lineup. Today, we're testing the 24-inch XG2401. It's a FHD/TN screen with a 144Hz refresh rate and ultra-fast panel response.
ViewSonic's new VX2475Smhl-4K is a 24-inch IPS panel that's currently one of the least expensive Ultra HD monitors available. Today we run it through our lab and hands-on tests.
We've got ViewSonic's VP2780-4K in the lab today. Is this 27-inch, Ultra HD, IPS-based monitor worth your hard-earned money? Let's find out!