iiyama teases gamers with new monitor

iiyama teases gamers with new monitor

The Japanese monitor manufacturer iiyama has announced the new ProLite GB2888UHSU monitor. The new device is aimed at gamers and tries to offer 4K resolution for a low price.

The ProLite GB2888UHSU is a 28-inch monitor that uses TN technology to display images. Despite this the new monitor works at 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) and offers support for AMD’s FreeSync technology. The device also boasts brightness of 300 cd/m², a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, 1 ms of response time, 160-degree vertical viewing angles and 170-degree horizontal viewing angles. The monitor measures 663 x 230 x 413.5 – 543.5 mm and weighs 7.7 kilograms.

At the back the iiyama ProLite GB2888UHSU comes with five ports – one HDMI 2.0, one DisplayPort, one D-Sub and two HDMI 1.4. In addition there are two USB 3.0 ports too and two built-in 6W speakers. The ProLite GB2888UHSU is equipped with a stand that allows users to move the display up and down as well as tilt it.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: iiyama

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