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Display Maker AUO Teases 8K, 120 Hz and 5K, 360 Hz Gaming Screens

New products arrived from display panel maker AUO show off At Touch Taiwan 2023, which started today. The company wanted to focus on technologies like smart cockpits, micro LEDs, and AUO ALED displays, but we’re most interested in gaming monitors.

Specifically, the new 24-inch gaming monitor with what is claimed to be the “world’s highest refresh rate display.” 49 inches, ultra wide 5K, 360Hz Curved Gaming Display4K, 240 Hz gaming monitor. 8K, 120Hz gaming TV.

Start with a 24 inch monitor. This is said to be able to achieve refresh rates of up to 540 Hz. AUO (predictably) explains that this monitor was made to appeal to eSports gamers. The monitor uses E-TN technology (short for eSports TN). Tech Power UpIt’s not just about branding. This sub-millisecond responsive display can reach 400 nits, which is clearly around 50-100 nits higher than rival TN panels. The sRGB 99% color gamut is also impressive (for TN).

24 inch 540Hz gaming monitor (Image credit: AUO)

Next up is AUO’s ultra-wide (32:9) 49-inch display featuring an immersive R1000 curve. This VA panel makes it easy to immerse yourself in the visuals thanks to its 5K resolution and 5000:1 contrast ratio. AUO believes this monitor will primarily appeal to RTS players, but with its wraparound immersion and 360Hz refresh rate, he believes it will also be suitable for racing games and gamers playing his SIM. .

(Image credit: AUO)

Future plans for AUO for 4K gamers ART gaming monitor It might tickle your fancy. ART stands for Advanced Reflectionless Technology, but the best feature of this 4K display is its 240 Hz refresh rate. The screen technology here is AUO’s AHVA (Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle), which is similar to IPS. Other key features of this 4K monitor are its 1ms response time and 95% DCI-P3 coverage. Unfortunately, however, the brightness peaks at 400 nits.

(Image credit: AUO)

Finally, we’re happy to see AUO showcasing a 65-inch, 8K gaming TV. This panel has a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels, 4,608 Zones FALD Backlight. Normal brightness is 400 nits, but in HDR mode, up to 10% of the screen can be boosted to a retina-burning 1,800 nits. For gamers, the panel has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, but there is no response time data. This 8K TV also uses AUO’s ART technology to cut out annoying reflections.

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