Subject: Displays | August 31, 2018 - 02:45 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Iiyama, Iiyam, G-Master G3266HS-B1, freesync, 32in, 1800R, 144hz, 1080p
The G-MASTER G3266HS-B1 from Iiyama may not appeal to young gamers but for those who's eyes have seen better days, a 32" 1080p display is a decent size, and it includes a peak 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync. The 1800R curve may not appeal to some, especially if they were planning to use this from a fair distance away but it is a feature many look for. Check out what Kitguru thought of this inexpensive, extra large sized, HD display in their full review.
"However, Iiyama offers a nice selection of gaming-oriented monitors that are a bit easier on the wallet, and we’re looking at the largest of these, the 32in G-MASTER G3266HS-B1. Will it turn out to be a bit of a banger or a Ferrari lite?"
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