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iiyama releases the G-Master GB3266QSU-B1 144Hz curved gaming monitor

The new iiyama G-Master GB3266QSU-B1 is a 32-inch curved gaming monitor that allows you to fully “immerse yourself” in your favourite games. The high refresh rate, fast response time and the QHD resolution make the G-Master GB3266QSU-B1 a monitor worth considering if you plan to use it for both gaming and other kinds of entertainment.

Featuring a 1500R curved VA panel with 32 inches, the G-Master GB3266QSU-B1 features a 2560x1440p resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, 178º(H/V) viewing angles, and 1ms MPRT response time. The contrast ratio of 3000:1, and the 400nits of typical brightness allow the VA panel to cover 96% of the sRGB colour gamut and 72% of the NTSC colour gamut.

This monitor supports FreeSync Premium technology, allowing you to display HDR content while maintaining “low input latency and low framerate compensation”, creating a tear and stutter-free viewing experience. There are also multiple game modes to choose from depending on the type of game you’re playing, and Black Tuner to brighten up darker areas and help you “spot the enemy earlier”. Like most modern monitors, the GB3266QSU-B1 features blue light reducer and flicker-free technology to reduce eyestrain.

There are 2x HDMI ports, 2x DisplayPorts, 4x USB ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and 2x 5W speakers. The stand allows you to tilt (-5º to 22º), swivel (90º left and 45º right), and adjust the monitor’s height by 120mm. There’s support for 100x100mm VESA mounting brackets and a cable management system to reduce the cable clutter on the desk.

Pricing and availability have not been shared yet. You can learn more about the iiyama G-Master GB3266QSU-B1 HERE.

KitGuru says: Are you thinking about upgrading your monitor? Would you consider the iiyama G-Master GB3266QSU-B1 as a contender for your next monitor?

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