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A 1440p 31.5" screen with FreeSync 2 HDR with 144Hz refresh rate.
Iiyama serves up a 1440p monitor with 144Hz FreeSync support for less than £400.
Peripherals and monitors, too.
It's the turn of In Win, Sharkoon, Thermaltake, and Asus in the Computex 2017 spotlight.
Philips aims for the ultra high-end with a monster 4K, curved monitor that utilises a VA panel.
Featuring a 27", 4K panel, and G-Sync, the £600 AG271UG is looking to shine.
Expect more electronic paper soon.
With a 5.2mm thick IPS panel and slim bezels, this is one sleek and sexy monitor.
Promises to make things right.
Variable refresh rate for games, too.
Doesn't say exactly how thin, though.
We put the XL2411, a 1080p monitor designed to please eSports fans, through its paces.
Sporting a 4K resolution, 1ms response time and FreeSync, is this a gamer's dream screen?
Asus offers premium features, FreeSync and 4K resolution for less than £400.
That's static contrast, too.
AOC's 24in 1080p panel sports AMD's FreeSync tech and costs £200.
This 27in 1080p IPS screen has some of the thinnest bezels around - is it all style over substance?
For our final day at Computex, we returned to Nangang to see Asus, Cooler Master and more
Lower-cost VX family, too.
High dynamic range support, too.
Smart e-ink screen for tablet use.
Out by the end of the month.
FreeSync support, too.
Day 2 at Computex 2015, and we've the latest from Asus, In Win, Thermaltake and more
June 18 2021 | 12:30
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