ViewSonic 27" XG270 Full HD IPS G-SYNC Compatible 240Hz Gaming Monitor
27" ViewSonic XG270 FHD Gaming Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 240Hz, 1ms, G-SYNC Compatible, HDR, 120M:1, 400cd/m², DP/HDMI
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27" Elite XG270 G-Sync 240Hz Gaming Monitor from ViewSonic
Perfected for Gaming, Engineered for More The XG270 is a 27" gaming monitor that delivers incredible speed and clarity for esports enthusiasts. The IPS display’s ultra-fast 1ms (GtG) response time and 240Hz refresh rate enables smooth screen transitions while offering wide viewing angles and accurate colour reproduction with 99% sRGB colour coverage. G-SYNC Compatibility ensures a seamless gaming experience by reducing screen artifacts and tearing, and Blur Busters Approved – PureXP™ technology drastically reduces motion blur for clear visuals through finely tuned backlight strobing.
Impeccable Detail in the Fastest Scenarios
1MS (GtG) RESPONSE TIME Equipped with fast liquid crystal IPS technology, the XG270’s 1ms (GtG) response time delivers esports-level performance with seamless pixel transitions and reduced ghosting.
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Say Goodbye to Screen Tearing
NVIDIA G-SYNC No artifacts, in-game screen tearing or input lag. NVIDIA tested and officially certified, the XG270 delivers a seamless and immersive gaming experience.
The Finest Colour Technology
GAME WITHOUT BORDERSPerfect for multi-display gaming setups and content creation, the XG270’s 27-inch FHD resolution and 3-sided borderless display maximises your viewing experience while minimising frame distractions.
99% DCI-P3 COLOUR COVERAGEWith 99% sRGB coverage, enjoy accurate colour while browsing the internet, gaming, streaming, video watching and more.
HDR 10 SUPPORTHDR (High Dynamic Range) content improves gaming environment realism when gaming on PC, PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. Witness the next evolution in open-world storytelling with HDR10 in-game detail enhancement.
Stay Ahead of the Competition
240HZ REFRESH RATERaising the stakes to 240Hz, the XG270 is hyper responsive - making everyday use from esports casuals, committed streamers and hardcore enthusiasts, complete perfection.
Additional Features of your ViewSonic Elite Monitor
ELITE DESIGN ENHANCEMENTS (EDE) Created from deep gamer insights, our enhancements were built to improve immersion and elevate your gaming experience. Our EDE’s include: ambient RGB lighting, two built-in mouse bungees, a reinforced headphone hook, sight shields and brushed metal base. Tactical product improvements, for experienced gaming specialists.
Built-in Mouse Anchor
Play with Superior Comfort
HEIGHT ADJUST Higher or lower? The choice is yours.
TILTGlare is no match for these angles.
PIVOTFrom widescreen to vertical, when the need arises.
SWIVELMove directions without moving your monitor.
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