ASUS, the No.1 gaming monitor brand, today announced MG248Q, MG28UQ and MG24UQ, the latest gaming monitors in the ASUS MG Series. MG248Q is a 24-inch Full HD monitor featuring an ultra-fast 1 ms response time and an incredible 144 Hz refresh rate. MG28UQ and MG24UQ are 28- inch and 24-inch displays respectively, both featuring a 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution.
Acer has added a new addition to their Predator line of gaming monitors with the XB321HK. This 32-inch display features a 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) native resolution, 100% sRGB coverage over the 178°/178° viewing angles, and 10-bit color (1.07 billion colors).
In the wide world of PC gaming monitors there are certain rules that we all accept and live with. Sort of like gravity, you can think about how nice it would be if they didn’t exist but the reality is that it’s not something that is likely to change. One of these rules has always been that you must choose between a fast monitor or a beautiful picture.
XL2720Z, the new 27” professional gaming monitor has finally been introduced by BenQ which is known around the globe for its leading human technology and solutions and the offer for XL2720Z will sound very attractive considering that BenQ is recognized as one of the pioneers of the gaming monitors. FPS action-oriented gaming will be best supported by this gaming monitor since it has been designed and built with the visual clarity enhancement innovations exclusively for ultimate gaming experiences.
Here comes the world’s first gaming monitor with a 240 Hz refresh rate which has taken everyone by surprise. This gaming monitor was announced earlier today by the EIZO Corporation and the monitor has been named the 23.5-inch FORIS FG2421. With the low input lag and the special preset modes, no gamer will ever be left dissatisfied with this one.
Philips recently introduced the 144 Hz gaming monitor for the ultimate gaming experience which the gamers are sure to love forever. The smooth and highly well defined images are brought on the screen by the monitor’s ability to redraw on the screen 144 times a second. This is 2.4 times faster than the contemporary monitors.
Apr 28, 2016 0