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Exclusive: Nixeus Displays 27-inch 1440p 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor, 32-inch 4K FreeSync Monitor

Exclusive: Nixeus Displays 27-inch 1440p 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor, 32-inch 4K FreeSync Monitor

Donny StanleyJuly 1, 2017

Far removed from the craze of CES 2017, we had the chance to meet with Nixeus, a company best known for their fairly inexpensive and featured packed gaming monitors with arguably the most popular of which being the Nixeus NX-VUE24, the world’s first 30-144Hz variable refresh rate 24-inch 1080p FreeSync monitor. At CES 2017, Nixeus recently gave us an exclusive look at a few of their latest monitors, one of which follows the footsteps of the Nixeus NX-VUE24.

 

Nixeus Unveils World’s First 27-inch 1440p, 30-144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor

While the name has not yet been finalized, the first of the new displays is a 27-inch 1440p FreeSync gaming monitor with a variable refresh rate range of 30-144Hz. This makes Nixeus’s new monitor the first FreeSync capable gaming monitor to support a variable 30-144Hz range at 1440p with an IPS display. This is currently a feature reserved for only the high-end G-Sync monitors. Additionally, the monitor is also equipped with a 4ms response time and is capable of displaying up to 16.8 million colors.

Connectivity options on the monitor include HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2A and dual-link DVI-D. The monitor also features a height adjustable stand with locking mechanism to ensure it stays in place. The stand features a unique design using with an angular, sort of v-shape base that sports an all black finish.

Nixeus is currently still awaiting final certification on the display, but expects it to be available for purchase in Q1 2017. While pricing is still up in the air, MSRP is expected to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $449.

 

Nixeus NX-VUE32 32-inch 4K 60Hz FreeSync Monitor

In addition to the Nixeus 27-inch 144Hz IPS panel, we also got a look at a prototype of the company’s Nixeus NX-VUE32 which is a 32-inch 4K 60Hz FreeSync monitor which features an IPS panel and is designed to support 4:4:4 chroma subsampling at 4K over HDMI 2.0. We’re told this is a rare feature in computer monitors.

Pricing and availability is currently unavailable at this time. However, we’ll be sure to update as soon as more information is available.

About The Author
Donny Stanley
Donny is a longtime PC hardware enthusiast, gamer, and technology fanatic! He spends more time reading and learning about new technology than most would consider healthy, and is damn proud of it. He does not consider himself a 'writer', but he does play one on the internet.
  • keithplayspc

    Very nice, Donny! Very Nice!

  • Disputes

    Nixeus Unveils World’s First 27-inch 1440p, 30-144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor

    where have you been this whole time under a rock?
    MG279Q
    XF270HU
    and so on

    they use the same pannle

    • Donny Stanley

      The MG279Q has a FreeSync trange only up to 90Hz whereas the XF270HU can do up to 144Hz while in FreeSync but not go as low as 30Hz.

      This uses the same panel as the G-Sync 1440p monitors like ASUS ROG Swift IPS version.

      • Behrouz Sedigh

        So what’s different that makes it unique?

        • Donny Stanley

          That it is FreeSync rather than G-Sync which makes the price lower and supports AMD hardware.

  • Tobi Ogunsanwo

    The major difference is that this is the first IPS 1440p 144hz freesync monitor to have an adaptive sync range of 30-144hz. Other 1440p 144hz IPS monitors with freesync have a range of 35-90hz or 55-144hz. Freesync TN panels were the only ones that had a full 30-144hz adaptive sync range from release.

  • Tadej

    where to order in EU?

    • ryan92084

      It isn’t out yet but their eu distributer is Amazon.

  • Jnan Mckenzie

    Pixio PX277 already does this -.- it’s 27 inches, ips, 144Hz, freesync between 30-144hz, and costs $390…

    • ryan92084

      The pixio has a range of 55-144, isn’t freesync certified, and has quite a few bugs (although they are being actively worked on). It’s also about to be replaced with a revamp.