Viotek GN34C Overview
Getting a first look at the display you can see that we received the white version (GN34CW) version of the monitor. This version features a white trim at the front and an all white reverse side, which you’ll see in just a second. Getting into the specifications of the display this is a 34-inch ultra-wide monitor based on a VA panel. It has a 21:9 aspect ratio with a native resolution of 3440 x 1440, 100 Hz refresh rate and supports AMD Freesync. You can also see that we do have Viotek’s bezel-less design, which has extremely thin bezels.
The front of the monitor is really clean, there are not buttons or anything like that to be found. The controls of the monitor are actually located right under the center of the display. There are a total of 5 buttons, they are usable, but I definitely prefer the “joystick” controls we’ve seen on other displays.
Taking a look at the display from the side we can definitely tell that this is a curved display. It features an 1800R curve, which I feel is pretty much perfect for the 34-inch ultra-wide size.
Moving around to the back of the monitor we can see that all-white design. Towards the top of the display there is a large Viotek logo. Taking a look at the stand it is pretty heavy duty (being made of metal), but it only offers angle adjustment there is no height adjustment or rotation offered. There are two small speakers on the back of the monitor, we don’t expect you to use these, but they are there.
There are two small compartments towards the bottom of the display. You can access these pretty easily by removing the covers. In the left compartment you’ll find all of your main connections which include DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, and audio. In the opposite compartment is a single power connection. The display uses a standard power connection (not an adapter), which is nice in case you happen to lose the cable.