NVIDIA Doubles Down on G-SYNC Monitor Lineup With New OLED and Mini-LEDs Models from LG, ASUS, ACER
Gamers are spoilt for choice at this year’s CES 2020 with NVIDIA leading the charge with a bevy of G-SYNC compatible models. Aside from the newly coined G-SYNC Esports category for those who need the cutting edge of tech for competitive reasons, NVIDIA is expanding its existing series via manufacturers as famed as ASUS and ACER, among others.
The key take-away is that all these new models are built around G-SYNC with a particular emphasis on high-end products and the very best image quality and performance.
CES 2020 LG Announcement
LG has lifted the lid on no less than 12 new models for the coming year to add to its existing BFGD lineup (Big Format Gaming Display). These LG G-Sync OLED monitors range in size from an already sizable 48” to a whopping 88” inches. The target market is gamers who prefer a TV-type experience when PC gaming free of pesky artifacts and screen tearing.
In addition, the lineup features true black tones, ultra-low responsiveness mimicking that of more traditionally sized monitors, and HDR wizardry. There’s no word on pricing or a release date as of writing.
G-Synce Ultimate HDR Family
Alongside, NVIDIA is also honing in on the high-end gaming market with two new additions to the G-SYNC Ultimate HDR family. The use of mini-LEDs that push the existing 576 full array local-dimming backlights to a staggering 1152 and 1400 nits brightness ensures better black tones, more ‘pop’ to colors, excellent response times, and super-low input lag at up to 4K.
These two models come courtesy of ASUS and ACER. ACER has the ACER Predator X32, while ASUS has the ROG PG32UQX. They tally up to 32-inches with a 144 Hz refresh rate, 4K resolution, DCI-P3 color utilizing Quantum dots tech, and Display HDR1400. ASUS’ offering connects via four USB 3.0, three HDMI 2.1, and a DisplayPort 1.4, while ACER has gone for three HDMI 2.0 ports, and a DisplayPort 1.4.
As above, NVIDIA, ACER, and ASUS stopped short of announcing a price range or release window, but given the target high-end market, we expect these won’t go for cheap.