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    Default Viewsonic XG3220 Gaming Monitor Review

    Refresh vs. Resolution Companies love bragging about 4k resolution and I don’t exactly know why. Sure, more pixels should equate to a better image, but the eye can only see so much. Regardless of how much pixel density the eye scientifically needs, gamers know when something looks right, or something looks wrong. Or do they? We have another issue to deal with and that is confirmation bias. If you haven’t heard the “Laurel and Yanny” audio, that’s a great place to start. In essence, if a person is already thinking one of the words, that’s the word the person hears. You can make the audio change before your very ears as it were. What if 4k resolution only looks better because we’re told it’s supposed to look better? Is it really worth it to spend extra money on those extra pixels, especially on a tight budget? Keep those questions in mind and let’s dive into the review of the Viewsonic XG3220 Gaming Monitor. To be the preferred global brand of Visual Solution products. ViewSonic is dedicated to meeting the needs of our customers, generating profitable growth through efficient operations and delivering value to our shareholders.

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    Default Re: Viewsonic XG3220 Gaming Monitor Review

    Excellent review Josh, great monitor for the $550 price.

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