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When you think of gaming monitors, your first thought is probably not ViewSonic. While they have long been in the display market, gaming-oriented products have never been a big part of the company's lineup. This changed recently, with the launch of the new XG product lineup, featuring three individual displays designed with gamers in mind. We recently got our hands on the entry-level option, the 24-inch XG2401, and have spent the past few weeks putting the display through a series of tests to see just how well it performs. Read on to find out in our review.
Display company Viewsonic today introduced new home solutions with the XG Series of high-performance gaming monitors and new 1080p LightStream home entertainment projectors. The gaming monitors feature quick refresh rates with a range of resolutions from Full HD to 4K UHD, ultra-fast response times, low input lag, with support for Nvidia's G-Sync or AMD's FreeSync technologies. The LightStream 7 Series of projectors offers improved color accuracy over predecessors for an immersive big screen entertainment experience.
Display manufacturer ViewSonic announced its second-generation smart display today. The 24-inch VSD241 is a self-contained Android 4.2 Jelly Bean-based display with an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor, designed for executing local Android apps and cloud-based computing.
Display manufacturer Viewsonic is refreshing its entertainment line of monitors today with the launch of its new VESA-mountable VX52 series, which includes the 24-inch (23.6-inch viewable) VX2452mhand 22-inch (21.5-inch viewable) VX2252mh. The VX52 series features Full HD resolution and ClearMotiv II technology that delivers 2ms response times for what the company says are blur-free images.
Display manufacturer ViewSonic is expanding its product family of professional displays by announcing the availability of its 27-inch VP2772 Adobe Color QHD display. The VP2772 delivers image quality with its Adobe Color capability and a 10-bit panel that delivers 1.07 billion colors at a 2560x1440 resolution.
Display manufacturer ViewSonic is expanding its VG39 ergonomic display series with the availability of the new 19.5-inch VG2039m-LED, designed specifically for the enterprise market. The display boasts a "fully ergonomic" stand with height adjust, swivel, and tilt. Alternatively, the monitor can be installed into any VESA-compatible mount.
Visual solution product supplier ViewSonic is expanding its TD40 touchscreen display series with the announcement of its brand new 27-inch TD2740 for consumer and commercial markets, and its 32-inch TD3240 designed for interactive digital signage applications. Both displays are 1920x1080 IPS displays with integrated 10-point projective capacitive touch technology.
A series of patent cases started by Nokia against ViewSonic and HTC have been referred -- as a group -- to mediation. Judge Leonard P. Stark of the United States District Court has sent the trio to Magistrate Judge Christoper J. Burke to try and hammer out a solution to the patent battles. The order comes nearly a week after Stark set a trial schedule that extends into 2015.
ViewSonic, a provider of monitors and related products, today unveiled its Smart Display product family, adding the 24-inch VSD240 to the recently-launched 22-inch display in the same line. The VSD240 integrates a 24-inch 1920x1080 Full HD LED screen with a quad-core Tegra 3 1.7Ghz processor from nVIDIA and the Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" operating system.
ViewSonic has said it will be showing off a number of displays at CES next week, including two UHD screens. An 84-inch 4K display that could be used as an interactive digital sign will be accompanied by a more practical 32-inch 4K-resolution desktop display aimed at cinematographers and graphic designers.