So much of modern work deals with viewing and processing data. ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors make a huge difference both in eye health and quickly understanding what’s on screen. Compared with traditional 60Hz, a higher refresh rate improves the entire computing experience by reducing motion blur in text, graphics, data, and even your cursor. ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors make your computer do everything smoother – either dragging your cursor across a window or scrolling a website.
Higher refresh rates result in smoother, more realistic on-screen media. More images per second can also significantly reduce motion blur, which can make a huge difference in video quality and gaming experiences. Compared with traditional 60Hz ones, ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors are 25% better. And you can expect a noticeable improvement in media quality without having to upgrade to a high-performance display.
Clearer and more natural motion on screen can go a long way towards better eye health. In fact, at lower refresh rates you may even start to notice a flicker, which can cause a wide range of vision problems and challenges.
ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors go a long way towards protecting your eyes. Even a small difference like 60Hz vs 75Hz can make a huge difference over time.
Though there are monitors specializing in gaming performance, it’s not always possible to get a high-end monitor just for entertainment. However, raising the bar by just 15Hz can make a world of difference in not only game enjoyment but also performance.
With ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors can provide more frames per second (fps) the monitor can support, leading to a considerably smoother gaming experience.
ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors deliver vivid colors with consistent levels of brightness no matter the vantage point. With SuperClear IPS panel technology, ViewSonic 75Hz IPS monitors deliver the same image quality whether you are looking at the screen from above, below, the front, or the sides.
While 60Hz has been the bare minimum for decades, a 75Hz monitor offers an accessible upgrade.
Sometimes more is just more. Higher refresh rates results in smoother video, less strain on the eyes, and even improved performance in competitive gaming. Even if that jump is a modest increase from 60Hz to 75Hz, there is a noticeable improvement in media quality.