This OLED monitor is powerful enough to charge a MacBook Pro laptop — ViewSonic's 32-inch wonder has 10 ports and delivers up to 140W via USB Type-C and I just can't wait to see its price

ViewSonic XG323-4K-OLED-2
(Image credit: ViewSonic)

A new monitor from ViewSonic has been spotted online - the 32-inch XG323-4K-OLED-2 has an MLA+OLED panel, offering a resolution of 3840x2160 pixels. Users can switch between UHD at 240Hz and FHD at 480Hz, catering to both gamers and professionals seeking high-performance visuals.

A notable feature of the XG323 is its ability to deliver up to 140W via USB Type-C, powerful enough to charge a MacBook Pro laptop. The monitor can act as a versatile hub for various devices as it offers ten ports, including two HDMI 2.1, two DisplayPort 2.1, USB-C, USB 3.0 Type-B, three USB 3.0 Type-A, and audio out.

The XG323-4K-OLED-2 incorporates LG Display’s new-generation OLED technology, promising superior picture quality with VESA-certified DisplayHDR True Black 400. This certification ensures deep blacks and vivid colors, enhancing the viewing experience. The monitor supports a peak brightness of 1300 nits, providing clear images even in brightly lit environments.

10-bit color depth

To maintain image quality over time, the monitor features advanced burn-in prevention technology that automatically refreshes the screen. It also has a 0.03ms GTG (Gray-to-Gray) response time, minimizing motion blur for smooth visuals during fast-paced scenes.

The display covers 98.5% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, providing a wide range of colors for more lifelike images. The 10-bit color depth enhances color accuracy, delivering over 1.07 billion colors with a contrast ratio of 1,500,000:1, making the monitor suitable for video editing and graphic design.

Additionally, the XG323-4K-OLED-2 includes advanced anti-glare and low reflection technology, reducing eye strain during extended use. The monitor's design features a slim profile and adjustable stand for ergonomic viewing, and it comes with built-in 2x5W speakers.

There’s no word on pricing or availability outside of China yet, but it’s unlikely to be cheap.

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