ViewSonic has just released two new 31.5-inch curved monitors, expanding the company’s VX series of entertainment monitors. Both the VX3268-2KPC-MHD and the VX3268-PC-MHD have very similar specifications and physical appearance, but the first has a QHD resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate, while the latter is FullHD with 165Hz refresh rate.
These two monitors have a 1500R curved MVA panel with 178º (V)/178º (H) viewing angles “for a perfect balance of immersion and comfort”, featuring high refresh rates to increase the displayed content’s motion clarity. The 1ms MPRT/3ms G2G response time and the support for Adaptive sync (AMD FreeSync Premium certified) and ensure that you don’t suffer from tearing, offering a smoother visual experience.
With 250nits of brightness, a contrast ratio of 3000:1, the 8-bit (6-bit+FRC) panels on each of these monitors can cover up to 85% of the NTSC colour gamut, and 120% of the sRGB colour gamut. There’s also a blue light filter and flicker-free technology to reduce eye strain when viewing content in these VX monitors. Additionally, there are multiple presets to choose from, depending on the type of content displayed, and an Eco mode to reduce power consumption.
There are 2x HDMI 2.0 ports (HDMI 1.4 for the VX3267-PC-MHD), a DisplayPort, and a 3.5mm audio-out jack for connectivity purposes, and a pair of 2W speakers and a joystick to control the monitor’s OSD. Both support VESA 100×100 wall mounting, and tilt adjustment ranging from -3º to 21º.
According to DisplaySpecifications, the VX3268-2KPC-MHD and the VX3268-PC-MHD are available now for $314 and $272, respectively. You can learn more about the VX3268-PC-MHD HERE. At the time of writing, the official product page of the VX3268-2KPC-MHD isn’t online yet.
KitGuru says: Which one of these monitors do you prefer? Do you think that a 32-inch monitor with a FullHD resolution has enough PPI for a good viewing experience?