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Game on next-gen consoles in 4K with new Gigabyte Aorus monitors

By Ken Wong - on 29 Apr 2021, 1:02pm

Game on next-gen consoles in 4K with new Gigabyte Aorus monitors

The monitors are available in three sizes. Image courtesy of Gigabyte.

With the arrival of next-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox X, gaming in silky-smooth, 4K clarity means that gamers need a monitor that can keep up with these modern consoles and games.

Gigabyte has announced three new gaming monitors under its Aorus brand that come in 32-inch (FI32U), 43-inch (FV43U), and 48-inch (FO48U) sizes.

Right now we only have the full specs for the FV43U online with the other two saying “coming soon”.

Besides the 4K support, all three of them also support HDMI 2.1 which means increased resolution and higher frame rates. They also come with Black Equalizer, Aim Stabiliser, Active Noise Cancelling, and other in-game enhancements from Gigabyte. The inclusion of Active Noise Cancelling is an interesting option and will no doubt add to the overall gaming experience. 

Both the 32-inch and 43-inch support up to 144Hz refresh rates, come with VESA certified HDR 1000 for true-to-life colours, and a response time of 0.5ms and 1ms respectively.

The largest 48-inch is large enough to be the sole display in a gaming or living room. It comes with a 120Hz refresh rate and has an OLED display, so it is very much like a TV.

 

Pricing and availability

These are the ports available on the 32-inch model. Image courtesy of Gigabyte.

We currently have no local pricing or market availability for any of the monitors. While the website says that the FV43U is available now, none of the links shows the monitor in their stores. We will update this article when we have more information.

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