Helping out the AMD sales machine?
One of our avid readers has spotted that the Nvidia G-Sync website has one FreeSync monitor listed.
US $200 cheaper than the same G-Sync monitor
Acer has announced a new 34-inch QHD curved monitor that will have the same specifications as the earlier announced Acer XR341CKA but feature support for AMD's FreeSync technology.
Starting at $399
Samsung has launched two 3840x2160 (UHD) monitors with support for AMD’s FreeSync technology.
24- and 27-inchers on a budget
AOC has announced a duo of gaming monitors boasting support for AMD’s FreeSync display synchronisation technology.
27 inches of stutter free gaming
LG has launched the world’s first 4K/UHD monitor with support for AMD FreeSync.
Selling in the US for over a month
BenQ's XL2730Z 27-inch 2560x1440 AMD FreeSync monitor is now finally showing up on European retail/e-tail shelves.
27-inch with IPS panel
While already announced earlier at CES 2015 in January, as a monitor that supports DisplayPort 1.2a with Adaptive-Sync, ASUS' MG279Q has now been confirmed as a part of the AMD FreeSync lineup.
Brings FreeSync support
AMD has released its fresh set of beta drivers for Radeon graphics cards, Catalyst 15.3. The new graphics driver brings support for FreeSync monitors, as well as couple of new Crossfire profiles.
Driver coming on March 19
While AMD FreeSync capable monitors are now available in select regions, AMD has given a short update regarding it saying that the FreeSync driver will be coming on March 19th.
Coming in March
While it has already launched quite a few monitors with support for Nvidia G-Sync, Acer has now unveiled the new XG270HU 27-inch 2560x1440 resolution monitor that will support AMD FreeSync, and be available in March.