Dell has revealed its latest gaming monitor, the Dell G-Sync, which uses Nvidia’s NVLink technology to synchronise your monitor with the rest of your system.
It’s the latest in a series of gaming monitors that have been released by the company, and it’s a big upgrade over its predecessor, the G-Series Gaming Monitor, which was a small box with a tiny display.
The G-series is a great little monitor, but it had a few drawbacks, mainly the fact that it lacked a built-in DVI port, meaning it couldn’t be used in a PC case.
It also didn’t have a built in USB-C port, which makes it less portable than other gaming monitors, which typically have one or two USB-A ports.
In its place, Dell has created its own DVI-I, HDMI-C, and DisplayPort-C ports.
Those ports let you connect an external display to the monitor, and you can attach the monitor to a monitor stand, or you can plug in a mouse to use with it.
It has four HDMI ports, which let you stream content from a PC, a gaming console, or an external monitor.
Dell has also included an optional Thunderbolt 3 port that allows you to connect your monitor to the Thunderbolt 3 DisplayPort cable that comes with a gaming laptop.
The monitor has a 12-inch diagonal, which is a bit larger than the 13-inch standard.
It uses an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, which means that it has a 1080p resolution.
The display also supports 60Hz, which we’d expect from a gaming monitor of this price.
The only other thing we’re missing from this monitor is the built-out DVI and Displayport ports.
The panel supports a range of resolutions from 1366×768 to 2560×1600, and there’s also support for a range a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz.
It does, however, require an HDMI to DisplayPort adapter to use the display.
Dell says that the G.
Sync monitors have a 120Hz refresh rate, which, if we’re honest, we’d rather have.
You can check out the GTSX G-SYNC monitor comparison below.
The DVI to Displayport adapter comes with the monitor.
It doesn’t come with a monitor.
The two ports are located in the top-left corner, so you can also attach an external USB-B to the G1/G2 ports, if you need one.
The screen is actually pretty small, measuring just 7.3cm (2.5 inches) across and 0.4cm (0.3 inches) thick.
There’s no built-to-order option for the monitor at launch, but we’re hopeful that Dell will add that in the future.
It can also be configured with an optional 3D Vision-compatible monitor, which supports a wider range of formats than a standard monitor.
There are two DVI ports on the monitor for connecting a monitor to an external computer.
You’ll need an HDMI-I to DVI cable to connect the monitor and a USB-D to Display port cable for connecting the monitor directly to your computer.
The Dell G.SYNC Monitor costs $1,299.99.
Dell also launched a special Dell GTS-series gaming monitor at CES in Las Vegas, and Dell is making it available for pre-order at $1/€1,199.99, which puts it between the G20 and the G27 gaming monitors.