The mini-LED gaming displays are first made by Cooler Master

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  • The Cooler Master brand of PC components and peripherals has launched its first mini LED monitor called the Cooler Master GP27-FQS. Equipped with a 27-inch 2K screen from Taiwanese display manufacturer AU Optronics.

Equipped with a mini LED IPS panel with a resolution of 2K (2560 x 1440p), which can technically be called QHD. The display uses quantum dot technology and can produce an ultra-wide color gamut that includes 100% Adobe RGB, 97% DCI-P3 and 83% BT2020. It offers 600 nits of brightness, can go up to 1200 nits in HDR mode, and is DisplayHDR1000 certified. Cooler Master GP27-FQS has a contrast ratio of 1000:1. However, with the mini LED backlight’s 576 local dimming zones, the contrast ratio can be further boosted up to 10,000:1.

In gaming-centric specs, this monitor has a refresh rate of 165 Hz and a response time of 1 ms. It also supports Adaptive-Sync via FreeSync Premium. The monitor also emits less blue light, is easier on the eyes, and has an adjustable LED strip on the back for extra he FPS (just kidding).

Cooler Master GP27-FQS includes 2 HDMI 2.1 ports and 1 DP 1.4 port (with DSC support), and USB Type-C port, USB Type-B connector and 2 ports supporting 90W USB PD, It has many ports. USB Type-C connector -A connector. It also has a built-in 2W speaker. The monitor stand tilts, swivels and adjusts its height and supports a 100 x 100 mm VESA wall mount.

The GP27-FQS comes with a 3-year warranty and is expected to cost around $699. This is pretty affordable for a mini LED screen.

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