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Aorus CV27F – World’s 1st Tactical Gaming Monitor Released

Gigabyte, the Taiwanese manufacturer has released Gigabyte Aorus CV27F gaming monitor. The company has not been falling short of praising their product. They have claimed it is world’s first tactical gaming monitor designed for AAA titles & competitive gaming in general. They have promised it to be the best performing and giving value for money.

The official website states that this monitor is a perfect choice for AAA games and media entertainment. They have claimed that as a tactical monitor CV27F has all the tactical features. For immersive game play CV27F is the first to adopt a 1500R-curved panel that uses an 8 bit VA panel and supports 90% of DCI-P3. This allows to capture all the real world colors. Plus the HDR (High Dynamic Range) compatibility improves contrast & color accuracy. It guarantees more vibrant colors compared to Standard Dynamic Range (SDR).

The Gigabyte Aorus CV27F is a gaming monitor that comes with a 27” FHD panel with 165Hz refresh illuminating screen tearing and motion blur. Aorus CV27F supports Adaptive-Sync and comes with AMD Radeon™ FreeSync 2 technology. The response time is fast enough allowing you to make timely decisions during intense battles without any ghosting.

The Aorus CV27F is adjustable and supports VESA Wall Mounting. Its design is simple, stylish and comes with the advanced LED systems and support. This allows gamers to customize their gaming ambiance with the seven RGB color schemes. 

It released at the end of May on almost all the top retailers, including Amazon. Priced at $400 with a 3-year limited warranty, it is a great deal for such a high-performance gaming monitor.

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