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Gigabyte Aorus launches new 4K gaming monitors

Under the Aorus gaming brand, the gaming peripherals maker Gigabyte has revealed 3 new 4K gaming monitors.
Gigabyte Aorus launches new 4K gaming monitors
4K monitor trio!

4K monitor trio!

The gaming monitors will all feature an HDMI 2.1 port, to play games at high refresh rates. There will be a 32-inch, 43-inch, and the biggest one will be the 48-inch variant. All three of them make it ideal for large desks or more likely to be placed on the wall.

The 32-inch has a code of FI32U and while the 43-inch has FV43U where both of them get a 144Hz refresh rate IPS panels to pair up with VESA Certified HDR1000. The peripheral maker says that the smaller monitor has a 0.5ms response time, that makes it one of the fastest response for 4K monitors. 

The 43-inch version offers a 1ms response time. The biggest of the three has a code of FO48U is the best among the trio as it also resembles the LG CX 48-inch OLED, which is one of the common choices for gaming TV. It has a similar OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as a slew of standard features including HDMI 2.1 inputs.

Gigabyte may also be using the OLED panels as LG, according to The Verge.

In addition to the LG TV's features, Gigabyte can give a Black Equalizer, Aim Stabilizer, ANC, and more "in-game enhancements". Although the company hasn't released the official price, there's a possibility that it'll be less expensive because it won't be having the features of a Smart TV, hence less processing power needed to run it. Also, the Aorus monitors have a more flamboyant look so it may be popular for hardcore players.

The official specs are listed on the website. You can expect that the monitors will have a couple of USB 3.0, a USB-C, and some HDMI 2.1 ports. It also has a DisplayPort 1.4, and audio jacks. The monitors also come with two 12W built-in speakers.

There's no confirmation yet regarding the official price and availability but we'll keep you updated as soon as there's an announcement. Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: XDA

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