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ViewSonic VX2720-4K-PRO gaming monitor: 4K 144Hz + dual HDMI 2.1 ports
ViewSonic's new VX270-4K-PRO gaming monitor: 27-inch IPS panel @ 4K 144Hz with dual HDMI 2.1 ports and even 90W USB Type-C.
AOC Agon Pro PD32M 'Porsche Design': 32-inch 4K 144Hz Mini-LED @ $1799
AOC launches its new AGON Pro PD32M 'Porsche Design': 32-inch 4K 144Hz Mini-LED gaming display infused with Porsche, for $1799.
ViewSonic ELITE XG321UG: 4K 144Hz Mini-LED gaming monitor, costs $2500
ViewSonic's new ELITE XG321UG gaming monitor packs a 32-inch Mini-LED panel with 4K 144Hz and customizable RGB lighting.
ViewSonic Elite XG320U monitor: 32-inch 4K 144Hz + HDMI 2.1 for $999
ViewSonic's new ELITE XG320U gaming monitor: 32-inch 4K up to 150Hz (!!!) with HDMI 2.1 connectivity fort next-gen consoles, PC.
NVIDIA's new GeForce 471.68 drivers here for Back 4 Blood Open Beta
NVIDIA's new GeForce Game Ready 471.68 WHQL are ready for the Back 4 Blood Open Beta, Nakara: Bladepoint, and other new games.
ViewSonic 55-inch Elite XG550: 55-inch 4K 120Hz OLED TV
ViewSonic joins the 55-inch 4K 120Hz OLED gaming TV business with the new Elite XG550.
ViewSonic Introduces New ViewSonic ELITE Gaming Monitors with G-SYNC IPS Nano Color and 1ms Response Time
Zotac hosting $100,000 charity tournament at Computex
League of Legends streamers unite with Zotac for big esports charity event.
ViewSonic shows off new gaming displays at CES 2018
ViewSonic had some interesting displays at CES 2018.
ViewSonic's 1440p 165Hz Monitor: Best Gaming Display?
ViewSonic's 1440p 165Hz and NVIDIA G-Sync-capable XG2703-GS is one of the best gaming monitors money can buy right now. We discuss why.
ViewSonic 27-inch 4K LED Monitor (VP2780-4K) Review
After a huge amount of high refresh rate, gaming-focused monitors, we take a step back and look at the ViewSonic VP2780-4K.
ViewSonic's 4K FreeSync capable gaming monitor now available
ViewSonic's gaming focused monitors are ready for battle. Enjoy 27 inches of 4K, FreeSync goodness.
ViewSonic's new 27-inch 2560x1440 monitor hits 165Hz with G-Sync
ViewSonic's new XG2073-GS is a 27-inch QHD display with a 165Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync.
ViewSonic unveils its professional Ultra UHD 4K Monitor, the VP2780-4K
ViewSonic has unveiled its new UHD 4K monitor with a SuperClear IPS display complete with 100% sRGB color coverage.
ViewSonic LightStream PJD5255 Projector Review
The first projector Anthony has for review is the mid-range ViewSonic PJD5255 100Hz XGA DLP LightStream Projector. Here's his take on it.
Targeting Small to Medium-sized Business Markets, ViewSonic Launches the New Brighter and Smarter LightStream Projector Line
ViewSonic Introduces New Line of Ultra HD Monitors
ViewSonic VX2263Smhl Full HD LED 22-inch Monitor Review
ViewSonic's VX2263Smhl monitor may not be the largest display we've looked at, but does it have all the features at the right price point?
ViewSonic Introduces the VX52 Series Monitors
ViewSonic releases frameless HD monitors
ViewSonic Launches the VX2703mh-LED 27-Inch Monitor
ViewSonic stand at Computex has 4K screen on display, touch-screens on display and more
ViewSonic's stand at Computex was showing off touch-screen displays, as well as a 4K monitor.
ViewSonic Introduces New Ultra-fast 3D LED Display
Microsoft and ViewSonic Sign Patent Agreement
ViewSonic Updates Android OS for ViewPad 10 Tablet
VIEWSONIC PREVIEWS CES 2011 VISION
ViewSonic's ViewPad to be in Australia in January 2011
ViewSonic to unleash the ViewPad in Australia in January 2011.
Viewsonic unleashes 1080p projector
Viewsonic announce their Pro8200 projector.
Hands-on with the ViewSonic ViewPad7 from Taipei launch event
Got what it takes to dent Apple and Samsung tablet sales?
Viewsonic tout new 24-inch V3D241wm-LED monitor with 3D glasses
Viewsonic let loose a 3D monitor that is compatible with the upcoming AMD Radeon 6k series.
Quick Review: ViewSonic NexTV VMP75 Full HD Network Media Player
ViewSonic tosses its hat into the ring with its own network-capable media player. Will it survive the onslaught of media files that we have in store for it?