According to AORUS, the F127Q is one of the fastest gaming monitors on the market. Technically, they have accelerated the torsion speed of fluid crystals, which made it impossible for his matrix LED-IPShave response time of 1 ms, thus reducing any ghost effect. The AORUS F127Q uses advanced features 10 bit IPS technology (8 bits + FRC actually) that gives the monitor all the benefits of this type of matrix, such as looking at 178 degrees angles, but with excellent gaming features.
High end features
This new AORUS monitor features a 27-inch diagonal with unlimited frames and a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels) with a standard 16: 9 aspect ratio. 165 Hz that supports AMD FreeSync technology, thus avoiding the effects of tearing and stabbing.
As for the color display, this gardener uses DCI-P3 spiding (which is what the American industrial industry later used). Compared to sRGB, this radio incorporates red and more green colors, giving the images a more vibrant tone, allowing users to see more realistic colors. Including HDR technology
Above all of the above, the guard has RGB lights configurable back-up using the product's RGB Fusion software. It also includes many technologies to give the user a competitive advantage, such as AORUS Aim Stabilizer which reduces moving motion and helps better focus on FPS games.
In the same games, they include a pair with random crosses to give the user an advantage in the incoming games, and in this case the same overlay can set system information such as temperatures, SPF, etc.
Finally, it should be noted that its base allows for adjusting the angle of inclination, rotation and height, thus allowing for the best (can be vertical) ergonomics. It also has a "handle" to easily carry a tracker from one place to another and, moreover, it's worth mentioning that it is compatible with Photo-in-picture (PiP) technology and Photo-by-photo (PbP) technology.
It's already available in the US at a price of $ 549.99, and will soon arrive in stores in Europe at a price that, unfortunately, will result in a 1: 1 conversion and cost around 550 euros.