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Gigabyte unveils two new high-end 4K gaming screens

Following the success of its AORUS FV43U 4K gaming monitor, which fully offered out on the primary day of launch on NewEgg, Gigabyte is again with two new 4K gaming screens with HDMI 2.1 help.

First up is the 32-inch AORUS FI32U which is finest fitted to PC avid gamers operating the present industry-leading graphic playing cards, such because the RTX 3070 or the RTX 3080. According to Gigabyte’s press launch, the AORUS FI32U is the one 4K monitor that has HDMI 2.1 and SuperSpeed IPS as much as 144Hz/1ms. This will permit for a easy 4K gaming expertise with brilliant and vibrant colors whereas not shedding out on distinction.

The monitor includes a first rate 120Hz refresh charge with VESA licensed HDR 400 and has two HDMI 2.1 ports, one Display Port 1.4, two USB 3.0 and one USB C port. Additionally, you may pivot, tilt, swivel and regulate the peak of your monitor for a snug viewing angle whereas gaming, working or simply watching some Netflix.

While no value was disclosed by Gigabyte, the FI32U’s predecessor, the 43-inch AORUS FV43U, retails for $1,099.99 USD ($1,370.98 CAD). If the 43-inch 4K monitor prices about $1,370, we will count on the 32-inch FI32U to value someplace between $1,000 to $1,300.

Second on the listing is the AORUS FO48U, particularly designed for new-gen console avid gamers. According to Gigabyte, the FO48U is the world’s first 48-inch 4K gaming monitor that includes a premium OLED show panel. It helps HDMI 2.1 to allow 4K gaming at 120Hz, which is ideal for new-gen console homeowners. Additionally, the FO48U options AMD FreeSync Premium, permitting for a fluid and tear-free gaming expertise.

The monitor additionally options “Space Audio” that lets you customise the sound based mostly on what you’re doing with it. Modes embrace ‘VS,’ ‘FPS,’ ‘Movie’ and ‘Live Concert.’

Additionally, the monitor has two USB 3.0 ports, one USB upstream, one USB C port, one DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.1 ports, a headphone jack and an audio line out.

Similar to the aforementioned FI32U, no pricing has been disclosed for this monitor.

MobileSyrup has reached out to Gigabyte for data relating to Canadian pricing and availability.

Image credit score: AORUS

Source: Gigabyte

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