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Gigabyte AORUS KD25F 24.5" 16:9 240 Hz FreeSync TN Gaming Monitor for $399.99 AR

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For a more fluid gaming experience. It has a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, a 400 cd/m² brightness rating, a 1000:1 static contrast ratio, and support for 16.7 million colors.
  • Original price: $499.99
  • With Instant Savings of $50.00, it goes down to $449.99
  • Plus mail in rebate of $50.00 it goes down to $399.00
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Response Time 0.5 ms (MPRT)

for those wondering.
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Perfect for those hardcore fps gamers that want the absolute best response times. Probably not ideal otherwise. Seems a tad OP IMO.
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TN = hard pass for any situation unless you're a competitive eSports gamer.

For any real world usage scenario, stick to VA or IPS.
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Seems a bit much for a 24", 1080p. If it were 27" and 1440p, it might be a good deal. I guess you are paying for the 240hz?
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They also carry ips versions for about the same price or less, but TN panels still have their place in gaming.
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VA or IPS. TN panel looks washed down in color.
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You've got to be a total technology ignoramus to buy this
1080p monitor for $400.

What a terrible price. The only thing Gigabyte is pushing this thing
is for the 240 Hz refresh rate.

So never mind resolution or quality of the panel (TN is very blurry)
boost the refresh rate on a blurry monitor for what?

Looks like Gigabyte did minimal work here
and wants idiots to pay $400 for a 24inch monitor. What a lame product.

Look to Viewsonic's AT LEAST 2k monitors within 27+ inch monitors
and not paying more than 260. This makes Gigabyte's other products look
bad if they're making small changes and want to rip people off.
Or it's the reseller passing this thing off as something great.
It REALLY IS NOT!
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