ViewSonic VX2776-2K-OLED: New 1440p OLED gaming monitor debuts with 240 Hz refresh rate and modern I/O
ViewSonic has launched another gaming monitor, which it markets as the VX2776-2K-OLED. According to TFT Central, the VX2776-2K-OLED shares almost all its features with the VX2781-2K-OLED that it also introduced this week. Thus, we will cover both as if they are one in the same.
As its name suggests, the VX2776-2K-OLED relies on an OLED panel that ViewSonic rounds up to 27-inches. However, the panel actually spans 26.5-inches, as is often the case with modern gaming monitors. Regardless, ViewSonic pairs the OLED panel with a 2,560 x 1,440-pixel native resolution and a 240 Hz refresh rate, specifications that mirror the ASUS ROG Swift PG27AQDM. TFT Central theorises that the VX2776-2K-OLED utilises a WOLED panel sourced from LG Display, which also powers the LG UltraGear 27GR95QE-B.
Moreover, the VX2776-2K-OLED offers 0.03 ms GtG response times by nature of being an OLED panel, 1,000 nits peak brightness when viewing HDR content and 98.5% DCI-P3 colour space coverage. Furthermore, ViewSonic integrates AMD and AMD adaptive sync software for minimising image tearing when gaming at high refresh rates. I/O wise, the VX2776-2K-OLED features a single USB Type-C port, plus twin DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1 connections. Unfortunately, it remains to be seen in what capacity the VX2776-2K-OLED will be available globally or when that will be the case.