The new gaming monitor Aorus F048U of Gigabyte will leave breathless more than one. This fabulous product for gamers, presents a tremendous diagonal, a panel of the highest quality with a sensational resolution.

Aorus F048U, because size and resolution matter

The Gigabyte company continues to unveil products aimed at the most demanding and wealthy of gamers . On this occasion, it unveils a gigantic monitor, which stands at the top of its range. It is the reference Aorus F048U . A screen that grabs you from the first millisecond.

Gaming device features

The Asian brand has revealed almost all of the monitor’s specifications. In the Aorus F048U many will be able to intuit a television that only lacks the DTT tuner. The manufacturer offers a product with panel OLED of 48 inches .

The huge screen achieves a native 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels , accompanied by a fantastic 120 Hz refresh rate , ideal for the new generation of gaming devices such as the latest Sony and Microsoft consoles .

More details of the monitor

This new panel Gigabyte is able to cover the 98% color space DCI-P3 , and the 130% the sRGB . In addition, the screen reaches a maximum brightness of 1000 nits ; and a contrast of 135,000: 1 . Monitor response time is 1 millisecond (1ms GtG). Note that it includes AMD FreeSync Premium image sync technology .

Aorus F048U

The F048U also has spatial sound system, consisting of three loudspeakers : two 15 W and one of 20 W . Monitor connectivity is covered with a DisplayPort 1.4 port ; two HDMI 2.1 type (perfect for Xbox Series X | S or PlayStation 5); a pair of USB 3.0 ports ; a USB Type-C ; and headphone jack . In addition, this product has KVM function , so two PCs can be used independently using a single keyboard and mouse. Finally, indicate that this monitor has a maximum power consumption of 325 W.

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