Next gen computer monitors are on their way.
Earlier today during the 2014 CES presentation, famed graphics development Company Nvidia announced that in Q2 of 2014, they are aiming to release a series of computer monitors with G-Sync modules in stalled. These G-Sync modules will vastly improve the visual capabilities of computer monitors, and will hopefully add a new layer of appreciation for computer gaming.
Nvidia isn’t the only company who plans to release monitors with their G-Sync technology either. Also on the list are Acer, AOC, ASUS, BEnQ, Philips, and ViewSonic. So all in all a pretty hefty corner of the computer monitor market will be boasting this new next-gen tech. G-Sync monitors will be available in 24 inch and 27 inch sizes.
Why G-Sync actually does is combat latency and image shuttering, which is naturally occurring with V-Sync, and then also prevents the screen tearing caused by turning V-Sync off. Essentially it is the ultimate tool in creating a balance for optimal visuals.