We start with the low cost screen of the three damaged models, and it will cost just 250 euros to change and is already in Europe as reported. There will be a panel for 27 inch, which, as expected, will have a decision of 1920 x 1080 pixelswhen the panel IPS It will give you life.
The funniest thing is that it will have compatibility FreeSync and G-SYNC Compatible running without knocking or stabbing any game until 144 Hz endorsing your panel.
As for this, it will not be memorable but flat, it will cover a surprise 120%
Probably the most comprehensive monitoring of those presented, and in this case we wouldn't have an IPS panel like that, if not. Go, but in return we will have a larger size of 32 inch with 2K QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels) and supporting FreeSync Premium Pro and G-SYNC Compatible.
This monitor will cover your panel as it is curved, with a curvature rate of 1500R and you can raise your renewal rate 165 Hz
In addition, it provides 90% of the DCI-P3 color cover and includes similar game enhancements to the G27F, namely, Flicker Free, Low Blue Light and Black Equializer. Although there is no defined market arrival date, AORUS has indicated that it will cost money 370 euros Europe
Finally, this G27QC comes in the form of a combination of the two previous models. Therefore, this monitor gets a panel of 27 inch
Response time is saved to 1 ms, with its brothers and 16.7 million colors able to render its panel 8 bins outside the FRC. Your panel will be invoked at the rate of 1500R and provide HDR support, but the certificate you will receive is not specified.
Revealed by AORUS that it will cover 90% of the DCI-P3 color space like its siblings, it will combine the same technologies for Flicker Free, Low Blue Light and Black Equializer FreeSync and G-SYNC Compatible and it will cost you 350 euros in Europe, though the release date has yet to be announced.