It would be nice to say what in particular you are referring to. I think it's the 360hz dislays that Jensen mentioned, more here:Does anyone have more info on these upcoming screens?
..(Not much is known about) Dell’s Alienware 25, but MSI’s Oculux NXG253R will cost $799 when it releases in November. Asus’ PG259QN and Acer’s Predator X25 have HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports. And since the Reflex feature minimizes mouse latency by having you plug it directly into the display, each will almost certainly have at least one USB Type-A passthrough port. They could each differ slightly in terms of price and ports, but I personally wouldn’t expect much variance.
Nvidia is also touting what it calls IPS dual-driver technology that helps these 360Hz displays maintain “fast, consistent response times and color levels across the entire panel
Thanks for this. I think they are too small for me.It would be nice to say what in particular you are referring to. I think it's the 360hz dislays that Jensen mentioned, more here:
Looks like Dell/Alienware, MSI, Asus and Acer will be releasing 1080p@360hz 25" IPS monitors with G-sync, especially focused on anti-latency.
I am hoping for the same in 34 or ideally 38. That would be perfect for me. 4k and 120hz plus is a must for me to upgrade to anythingI am hoping a 34" 4k 120+hz IPS shows up for a good price as my ideal. I wouldn't mind a 32" but it would feel less of an upgrade since it would just be a bit wider but a slight bit smaller vertically than my current monitor.
Yeah I have a 40" 4k right now; after a few years I realize I barely use the corners and could stand to have the screen a bit smaller. The 27" make the DPI too high, though. 32-34 would be more manageable if a 120hz+ option arrives.