The ViewSonic VX2758-2KP-MHD 27-inch 1440p 144 Hz IPS monitor is down to $285.69 with code VS15COMEBACK through the ViewSonic website. This is a brand new monitor, so it's crazy to see it discounted by so much so quickly. The display was briefly available on Amazon but at a price around $359, and it's going for about $335 without the code at ViewSonic.
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You'd be hard-pressed to find a 27-inch monitor with these specs at this price using an IPS panel. You're getting 1440p resolutions, a 144 Hz refresh rate, a 1 ms response time, 2 HDMI ports, and 1 DisplayPort. Also a three-year warranty.
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With ViewSonic's monitor you get 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, an ultra-fast 1 ms response time, and an awesome 144 Hz refresh rate. That makes it ideal for gamers. It also uses AMD FreeSync technology to reduce screen tearing during high-paced action and smooth out those frame rates. It might also be G-Sync compatible, but that information is not available yet. The IPS panel gives you 178-degree viewing angles so you can get a good view of what's on the screen no matter where you're watching from.
Some of the built-in tech includes flicker-free technology and a blue light filter to help reduce eye fatigue during long sessions. It also has pre-set visual modes that are customizable for whatever type of game you're playing.
Connectivity options include two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort. ViewSonic covers it with a three-year warranty.
The key to this screen is that it's an IPS panel with large viewing angles and good color accuracy. But at the same time it has a 1 ms response time, which is unusual for these panel types. Include a price that's under $300 and you've got a very unique product. Similar monitors go for as much as $500 or more and even then still don't have 1 ms response times. Only monitors with TN panels can reach this price with these specifications generally, but TN panels are less expensive because they're less accurate with strict viewing angles.
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