Viotek Goes Big With 49-inch Super Ultrawide Curved HDR Gaming Monitor

Viotek, a brand at the forefront of performance and value in gaming peripherals and other consumer electronics, today introduces three all-new displays including the SUW49C 49-inch Super Ultrawide Curved HDR Gaming Monitor, GN35DR 35-inch Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor and GN32DR WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor.

The SUW49C is Viotek’s largest display to date, sitting at a massive 49 inches. Optimized for unmatched immersion, the SUW49C boasts a 32:9 aspect ratio and 3840x1080p resolution for an in-game experience unlike any other, but also makes it a one-screen productivity powerhouse for multitasking.

“It’s like having multiple monitors in one,” said Brett Barbour, vice president. “It’s truly a display you have to experience to appreciate.” 

Gaming is supported by a lightning fast 144hz refresh rate, 4ms response time with Overdrive, AMD FreeSync™ and GamePlus crosshairs. This also allows console gamers to get more out of their Xbox since Microsoft recently bumped the platform to 120hz and added FreeSync™—features unsupported by most traditional TVs.

With dual-input PIP/PBP functions, two sources can be displayed on a single screen, boosting versatility for creative types and working professionals. The SUW49C features multiple inputs, including DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0 and 1.4 ports, and 3.5mm audio.

SUW49C Remote
SUW49C Remote

A sleek, intuitive remote allows users to easily navigate on-screen menus, switch between inputs, toggle settings, access advanced features and more.

As one of the only monitors in its class to support High Dynamic Range (HDR), the SUW49C’s industry-leading VA panel delivers hyper-realistic colors (16.7M), darker blacks and brighter whites with a 1M:1 dynamic contrast ratio. 

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The GN35DR packs many of the same features as SUW49C into a 35-inch ultrawide curved 21:9 display.

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The GN32DR is built for serious gaming with 2560×1440 WQHD resolution, 144hz refresh and AMD FreeSync.

The GN35DR and GN32DR both feature Viotek’s new “Rage Proof” Battle Stand for rock-solid performance combined with both height and tilt adjustment. All three monitors are VESA mounting compatible.

FEATURES, SPECS + PRICING

SUW49C

  • 49-inch 32:9 super ultrawide display
  • Ultra-thin, bezel-less design
  • AMD FreeSync
  • 144hz Refresh Rate
  • 3840×1080 Resolution
  • 1800R Curvature / 178° Viewing Angle
  • 1M:1 Dynamic Contrast, 16.7M Colors, 99% sRGB Gamut
  • 4ms Response Time w/ Overdrive
  • Gameplus Crosshair Functionality
  • Xbox Ready
  • Remote Included
  • VESA Mountable
  • Internal Speakers
  • Available in Black w/ Silver Stand
  • Backed by One-Year Warranty and Industry Leading Dead Pixel Policy
  • MSRP: $990 ($799.99 introductory price)

GN35DR

  • 35-inch 21:9 ultrawide display
  • Ultra-thin, bezel-less design
  • AMD FreeSync
  • 144hz Refresh Rate
  • 2560×1080 resolution
  • 1800R Curvature / 178° Viewing Angle
  • 1M:1 Dynamic Contrast, 16.7M Colors, 95% sRGB Gamut
  • 4ms Response Time w/ Overdrive
  • Gameplus Crosshair Functionality
  • Xbox Ready
  • Anti-Glare Screen + Low Blue Light Mode
  • Height + Tilt Adjustable Stand
  • VESA Mountable
  • Available in Black w/ Red Accents
  • Backed by One-Year Warranty and Industry Leading Dead Pixel Policy
  • MSRP: $500 ($449.99 introductory price)

GN32DR

  • 32-inch 16:9 widescreen display
  • Ultra-thin, bezel-less design
  • AMD FreeSync
  • 144hz Refresh Rate
  • 2560×1440 WQHD resolution
  • 1800R Curvature / 178° Viewing Angle
  • 1M:1 Dynamic Contrast, 16.7M Colors, 96% sRGB Gamut
  • 4ms Response Time w/ Overdrive
  • Gameplus Crosshair Functionality
  • Xbox Ready
  • Anti-Glare Screen + Low Blue Light Mode
  • Height + Tilt Adjustable Stand
  • VESA Mountable
  • Available in Black w/ Red Accents
  • Backed by One-Year Warranty and Industry Leading Dead Pixel Policy
  • MSRP: $510 ($429.99 introductory price)
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