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    ViewSonic launches quartet of XG Series gaming monitors

    Top of the range model includes a 4K 27-inch IPS panel with AMD FreeSync support.
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    Re: ViewSonic launches quartet of XG Series gaming monitors

    A lovely piece of kit but that price...! It'll be £500 in the Xmas sales I'll bet.

    edit: referring to the XG2700-4K model
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    Re: ViewSonic launches quartet of XG Series gaming monitors

    What if.........
    What if I won lotto, I could afford 3x monitors (3x XG2703-GS about $3600) and a high end crossfire set up (2x AX Power colour R9 fury X $2,400) in a top end gaming rig (at least another $2500) - So not much change from $10,000 (in Australian the three monitors alone would be over $5,200 and the 2x VGU's $3,450) if all bought new.
    But since the only thing I have ever won is a couple of meat trays about 30 years ago, I can only dream - what if ...... :-)

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    Re: ViewSonic launches quartet of XG Series gaming monitors

    I haven't touched a monitor with a TN panel in years (with a 50 ft barge pole or otherwise) and I'm not about to start now.

    Now, Dell's 4K OLED monitor... I just need to win the lottery first.

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    Re: ViewSonic launches quartet of XG Series gaming monitors

    Why the hell is the 27" QHD GSync monitor more expensive than the 27" 4K one. Crazy

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