|Price incl. VAT||£341.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£284.92|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £27.35 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £17.10 Possibility to return products within two months||
This gaming monitor combines high performance, stylish design and many useful features that will delight even the most demanding players. An ergonomic stand allows you to adjust the height, tilt and rotation to exactly suit your sitting position. The pivot feature, which can rotate the display to portrait, is most appreciated when reading and creating documents. With a diagonal size of 24" and thanks to its Full HD resolution the display gives the greatest detail, whether you're playing games, watching a movie or editing photos and videos. With a lightning fast response of 1 ms you will have perfectly sharp images even with the highest speed racing games.
G-Sync technology offers absolutely the best input signal processing.The frequency monitor continuously synchronizes the time frame rendered with the graphics card. The result is a smooth picture without freezing or even delayed rendering. The monitor is equipped with useful Gaming gaming function Screen +, which can divide the image into four or even nine distinct areas. Monitor parameters can now be conveniently set using the mouse. The application i-menu, is supplied with the monitor.
The monitor is equipped with a DisplayPort connector for connecting a video source from your computer, laptop and camcorder. A wide range of devices and peripherals can be connected via five USB ports. Moreover, three of them are USB 3.0, which means incredible transfer rate and super fast charging. The manufacturer obviously did not forget technology that saves you money. The monitor is equipped with W-LED saving backlight and meets stringent Energy Star 6.0.
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