Gigabyte - 2019 - Écrans de PC

Liste des écrans de PC Gigabyte, annoncés en 2019.

Gigabyte AORUS FI27Q-P

27" AORUS FI27Q-P

Écran: 27 in, AAS IPS, W-LED, 2560 x 1440 pixels
Angles de vision (h/v): 178 ° / 178 °
Luminosité: 350 cd/m²
Contraste statique: 1000 : 1, Contraste dynamique: 12000000 : 1
Fréquence de rafraîchissement: 48 Hz - 165 Hz
sRGB: 100 %
Dimensions: 614.9 x 371.1 x 60 mm

Gigabyte AORUS FI27Q

27" AORUS FI27Q

Écran: 27 in, AAS IPS, W-LED, 2560 x 1440 pixels
Angles de vision (h/v): 178 ° / 178 °
Luminosité: 350 cd/m²
Contraste statique: 1000 : 1, Contraste dynamique: 12000000 : 1
Fréquence de rafraîchissement: 48 Hz - 165 Hz
sRGB: 100 %
Dimensions: 614.9 x 371.1 x 60 mm

Gigabyte AORUS CV27Q

27" AORUS CV27Q

Écran: 27 in, VA, W-LED, 2560 x 1440 pixels
Angles de vision (h/v): 178 ° / 178 °
Luminosité: 300 cd/m²
Contraste statique: 3000 : 1, Contraste dynamique: 12000000 : 1
Fréquence de rafraîchissement: 48 Hz - 165 Hz
sRGB: 122 %, Adobe RGB: 82 %
Dimensions: 614 x 369 x 73.5 mm

Gigabyte AORUS KD25F

24.5" AORUS KD25F

Écran: 24.5 in, TN, W-LED, 1920 x 1080 pixels
Angles de vision (h/v): 170 ° / 160 °
Luminosité: 400 cd/m²
Contraste statique: 1000 : 1, Contraste dynamique: 12000000 : 1
Fréquence de rafraîchissement: 48 Hz - 240 Hz
sRGB: 100 %, Adobe RGB: 70 %
Dimensions: 558 x 333 x 63 mm

Gigabyte AORUS CV27F

27" AORUS CV27F

Écran: 27 in, SVA, W-LED, 1920 x 1080 pixels
Angles de vision (h/v): 178 ° / 178 °
Luminosité: 400 cd/m²
Contraste statique: 3000 : 1, Contraste dynamique: 12000000 : 1
Fréquence de rafraîchissement: 48 Hz - 165 Hz
sRGB: 100 %
Dimensions: 614 x 369 x 73.5 mm

Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD

27" AORUS AD27QD

Écran: 27 in, AAS IPS, W-LED, 2560 x 1440 pixels
Angles de vision (h/v): 178 ° / 178 °
Luminosité: 350 cd/m²
Contraste statique: 1000 : 1, Contraste dynamique: 12000000 : 1
Fréquence de rafraîchissement: 24 Hz - 144 Hz
sRGB: 100 %, Adobe RGB: 85 %
Dimensions: 614.9 x 371.1 x 60 mm

Gigabyte - Actualités

Quelques des plus importantes actualités concernant la marque.

Gigabyte further expands the AORUS lineup of gaming monitors with the AORUS CV27Q

At the end of May, Gigabyte introduced the curved AORUS CV27F. It now expands this lineup with the curved AORUS CV27Q. The gaming monitor features a 27-inch VA panel with a WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and a 1500R curvature. The Adaptive-Sync and FreeSync 2 technologies allow it to support variable refresh rate from 48 Hz to 165 Hz. The GTG response time is 1 ms, which is most probably achieved under special...

12 Juin 2019

Gigabyte announces yet another AORUS gaming monitor - the AORUS KD25F with 240Hz refresh rate

After unveiling the curved AORUS CV27F gaming monitor a couple of days ago, now Gigabyte introduces the AORUS KD25F. It has a 24.5-inch flat panel with a WLED backlight and 1080p resolution. The display covers 100% of the sRGB colour space and offers 400 nits typical brightness as well as 1000:1 typical contrast ratio. The response time is 0.5 ms (MPRT) and the refresh rate can reach up to 240Hz thanks to AMD's...

31 Mai 2019

Gigabyte introduces the AORUS CV27F gaming monitor with a 1500R curvature

Gigabyte introduced the world's first tactical monitor. It has "all the tactical features which make this monitor a perfect choice for gamers that loves AAA games and media entertainment." The AORUD CV27F is created especially for gaming. It features a 27-inch 8-bit VA panel with a 1500R curvature, 1 ms response time and FHD resolution. The display covers 90% of the DCI-P3 colour space, is VESA DisplayHDR certified...

29 Mai 2019

The first tactical gaming monitor is here - enter the AORUS AD27QD by Gigabyte

Today Gigabyte has announced the world's first tactical gaming monitor. The AORUS AD27QD has a 27-inch IPS display with a 2K QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) and a 144Hz refresh rate in 1ms (MPRT) response time. The 10-bit display panel covers 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space and has passed the VESA certified DisplayHDR 400 standards. With the AMD Radeon FreeSync​ technology on board, the monitor provides a fluent gaming...

16 Janvier 2019