GIGABYTE Introduces Three New AORUS Gaming Monitors at Computex 2019

At Computex 2019 GIGABYTE has unveiled three new AORUS branded gaming monitors, rounding out their lineup which started with the $599 AORUS AD27QD that was introduced earlier this year at CES. The new lineup features displays with up to 240Hz refresh rates, FreeSync 2 HDR support and Black Equalizer 2.0.

AORUS KD25F – 25″ 1080p 240Hz Gaming Monitor

Starting with the smallest in the lineup, we have the competitive gaming focused KD25F. With this model you’ll get:

  • 25″ TN LCD Panel
  • Ultra low 0.5ms Moving Picture Reponse Time (MPRT)
  • Full HD 1080p Resolution
  • 240Hz Maximum Refresh Rate
  • AMD FreeSync Certified & NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible
  • Native 8-bit color depth with 100% sRGB support.

AORUS CV27F – 27″ 1080p 165Hz Curved Gaming Monitor

Next up, we have the CC27F, this one increases the size to 27-inches, lowers the refresh rate to a still quite high 165Hz and adds a nice curve. Full specs below:

  • 27″ VA LCD Panel
  • 1ms Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT)
  • 1500R Curved Display
  • Full HD 1080p Resolution
  • 165Hz Maximum Refresh Rate
  • 8-bit Color Depth with 90% DCI-P3 coverage
  • FreeSync 2 HDR
  • 400 cd/m2 Peak Brightness

AORUS CV27Q – 27″ 1440p 165Hz Gaming Monitor

Finally, we have the most premium in the lineup, the CV27Q which is also a features a 27-inch curved display, but ups the resolution to 1440p to go along with the 165Hz refresh rate. Full specs are as follows:

  • 27″ VA LCD Panel
  • 1ms Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT)
  • 1500R Curved Display
  • 1440p Resolution
  • 165Hz Maximum Refresh Rate
  • 8-bit Color Depth with 90% DCI-P3 coverage
  • FreeSync 2 HDR
  • Display HDR400
  • Black Equalizer 2.0

That last one may require a bit of explanation so here we go: Black Equalizer 2.0 is a technology which allows for synchronous, single screen processing of 1296 blocks of black balance, making the darker parts of a scene more obvious and sharpening the details, which should allow for a more photorealistic experience.

All of these monitors also get the full suite of GIGABYTE’s gaming features it introduced with the AORUS AD27QD, including AORUS Game Assist, OSD Sidekick and Dashboard as well as Active Noise Canceling along with the super flashy array of RGB lighting effects which support GIGABYTE’s RGB Fusion software controls.

No word of specific pricing or or release dates yet but we’ll be sure to update once we find out. You can also check out the AORUS website for more information.

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