Mountain hardware makers are gearing up to release their first gaming monitors.
The company that’s behind the $2,200 Zenith P21, the $700 GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, and the $5,000 ASUS Xonar Essence have teamed up with several major game developers to release the first of these devices.
The new gaming monitors will be based on NVIDIA’s new G-Sync technology, and they’re said to deliver up to 60 frames per second (fps) at up to 2560 x 1440 resolution.
While the specifications aren’t yet available, we expect these to offer up some nice pixel densities for gaming.
The G-SYNC monitors are likely to launch in the first quarter of next year, and it’s likely that they’ll be the first gaming-specific devices to be released.
We’ve reached out to the Mountain Hardware makers for more information and will update this article with any additional information.