Gigabyte announced the launch of a new gaming monitor, the Aorus CV27Q, built around a panel VA curved (1500R) of 27 inch with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels backed by a refresh rate of 165 Hz, a response time of 1 millisecond (1ms MPRT), a typical 3,000: 1 contrast, 12,000,000: 1 dynamic contrast, a maximum brightness of 400 nits (HDR400), and covers the 90% the color space DCI-P3.
This monitor also includes the technology Black Equalizer 2.0, technology that works dividing the screen into 1,296 subareas and equalizes each subarea individually, so that players can see more clearly the dark areas without having overexposure in the bright areas. This function not only helps in games, but is also excellent for watching movies.
On the other hand it includes technology Active Noise Canceling 2.0 (ANC 2.0), quickly translates into plugging our headphones into the monitor and a set of microphones will be in charge of listening to the ambient noise to neutralize it through our headphones, supporting very high impedance headphones, which translates to up to 600 ohms.
The information of Aorus CV27Q is completed with a dashboard to give system information directly on the screen, various screen modes, GameAssist to add peepholes, watch, etc., technology AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR, Low Framerate Compensation (LFC), a RGB LED lighting system on the back With 7 lighting modes, it can be adjusted in height, tilt and turn, it has the technologies Flicker Free to reduce eyestrain and Blue light reduction to protect the view, offers 2x USB 3.0 ports (1x fast charging), 2x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort, and most importantly, its availability and price, was omitted.