Aorus Adds More Features To Their Monitors Such As Black Equalizer 2.0
Aorus has had a pretty good showing at Computex with some good motherboard which we covered earlier. Now, we are moving to some of their truly new stuff. They have entered the monitor business after originally talking about it in CES 2019. They have three new monitors which come are the KD25F, the CV27F, and the CV27Q which all feature RGB lighting.
Feature Packed Monitor Lineup From ASUS - Includes Active Noise Cancelling
Whether using the FPS focused KD25F, the MOBA focused curved CV27F, or the world’s first Black Equalizer 2.0 enabled, curved CV27Q monitors, users can choose the right tactical gaming monitor for the game genre or playstyle that suits them the most. AORUS KD25F comes with the fastest Color TN Panel, reducing response time to an impressive 0.5ms(MPRT) and providing a 240Hz refresh rate, native 8bits, and 100% sRGB Color Spectrum, which enables the KD25F to deliver unrivaled display quality and response time.
The inclusion of AORUS Game Assist, OSD Sidekick and Dashboard, as well as the Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) makes this the most advanced FPS focused monitor designed for FPS lovers.
AORUS CV27Q is the first curved, tactical gaming monitor from AORUS and features 1500R, 2560x1440 QHD display, a curved VA panel, a 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, 90% DCI-P3 color spectrum, AMD FreeSync2 HDR support, and most importantly, support for Black Equalizer 2.0 Technology for synchronous, single screen processing of 1296 blocks of black balance, making the darker parts more obvious and sharpening the details so that users can enjoy more photorealistic display quality for a more immersive gaming or movie-watching experience.
The AORUS tactical gaming monitor lineup features exclusive OSD Sidekick software which allows users to adjust settings on the fly with their mouse or keyboard and view adjustments or settings with incredible ease.
All of these monitors are feature packed and are currently on display at Gigabyte/Aorus' booth. Pricing nor availability have been made available, but it should out in Q3 is what will most likely happen.