Iiyama has expanded its range of G-Master Red Eagle gaming monitors with the announcement of the G2466HSU-B1 and GB3266QSU-B1 models, featuring a VA curved matrix.
The first of the two new products has a radius of curvature of 1500R. The size is 23.6 inches diagonally, the resolution is 1920 × 1080 pixels (Full HD format). The refresh rate reaches 165 Hz. The brightness is 250 cd / m2.
The GB3266QSU-B1 panel, in turn, has a 1800R radius of curvature and a diagonal of 31.5 inches. This model complies with the QHD format – 2560 × 1440 pixels. The refresh rate is 144 Hz, the brightness is 400 cd / m2.
Both monitors have a 3000: 1 contrast ratio, 80,000,000: 1 dynamic contrast ratio and 1ms response time. Horizontal and vertical viewing angles – up to 178 degrees.
The Blue Light Filter system reduces the intensity of the emitted blue light, while the Flicker Free technology prevents flicker. The equipment includes stereo speakers, HDMI and DisplayPort interfaces, a USB hub.
The new products include Adaptive Sync technology, which helps to improve the smoothness of the gameplay. The price and timing of the start of sales have not yet been specified.