GIGABYTE has introduced five new AORUS monitors, differentiated by their panel type, flat and curved, screen sizes from 27 to 32 inches and a strong accent to its use for video game execution.
GIGABYTE is well known for its motherboards or graphics cards, but it also has a good catalog of monitors that are marketed under the AORUS premium series. Although the use of IPS panels suggest a mixed use for any computing task, the presence of features like Black Equalizer, Aim Stabilizer and GameAssist, point to games. Its design is marked by simplicity, a sturdy stand and a matte finish, and it includes the Sidekick OSD software, which offers users a simpler and more efficient way to adjust monitor settings.
AORUS GIGABYTE G27F and G27Q monitors
Two models with 27 inch IPS flat panel differentiated by the native resolution, FHD (1920 x 1080 pixels) and QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) respectively. The company cites them “perfect” for games, home office uses and multimedia entertainment, for the color accuracy of its panel.
Both are certified with AMD FreeSync Premium and offer a maximum refresh rate of up to 165 Hz, with 1 millisecond of response time. The G27Q is VESA Display HDR certified and both can enable compatibility with NVIDIA’s image sync technology, G-Sync.
AORUS GIGABYTE monitors G27FC, G27QC and G32QC
Three models with 1500R curved screen and 27 and 32-inch diagonal screen sizes. The first two have a native resolution FHD (1920 x 1080 pixels) and QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels), respectively, while the third is GIGABYTE’s attempt to access a market for larger monitors with those 32 inches, resolution. 2K, VESA DisplayHDR 400 support and DCI-P3 color gamut coverage of 94% and sRGB of 124%.
Like those that use a flat panel, they are certified with AMD FreeSync Premium (G-Sync compatibility) and offer the same refresh rate and response time: 165 Hz and 1 millisecond. The new AORUS gaming monitors will be available this quarter on the international channel.