Iiyama Announces the G2773HS 120 Hz Pro Gamer Display

Iiyama logoIiyama has today announced the launch of their new 1 ms 27" 120 Hz Gaming Screen. The use of a high quality 120 Hz screen with a 1 ms Response Time offers you an amazing gaming experience, which can achieve up to 120 frames per second through Dual Link DVI. The screen will offer crystal clear, smoother and judder free graphics during fast paced games on PCs, with beautiful quality video play back on Blue Ray Players and consoles. Hardcore Gamers will really appreciate the few milliseconds advantage this screen will gives you. Smoother animation with reduced fracturing and artifacts means you can make that split second game changing decision with accuracy.

The screen comes equipped with good quality speakers and a headphone socket as well as HDMI, VGA and Dual Link DVI connections, and boasts a 1920 x 1080 Resolution. The LED Back Light systems offers great clarity and brightness and It is Energy Star 5.0 qualified and uses only 0.5W typically when in Power Management Mode for long-term cost efficiency.

Iiyama ProLite G2773HS

Iiyama has supported the Pro Gamer industry for over 5 years now and support gaming teams such as Team Dignitas (UK) and Low Land Lions (Holland), and are the monitor of choice for any discerning Gamer. Iiyama continues to focus and support the vitally important competitive gaming industry, which is rapidly becoming one of the largest industries in the world, and gaming in general now out performs Hollywood in world wide revenue.

Source: techPowerUp

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