THE HyperX, a brand recognized by the gaming peripherals and components market, has also announced its entry into the monitor market. As part of its debut, the company unveiled monitors Army 25 And Army 27both aimed at the mid-range of the gaming monitor segment. Check out the detailed specifications for both versions below.
HyperX Armata 25
or HyperX Armata 25 is a 24.5-inch IPS monitor, with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and 240Hz refresh rate. It also supports NVIDIA G-Sync, which allows for variable refresh rates with a response time of 1 ms. The display still offers good contrast and brightness levels, thanks to its 400 nits of brightness and 99% sRGB color fidelity. This should make it ideal for games and esports titles, where high frame rates and quick responses are essential.
HyperX Armata 27
If you are looking for something more sophisticated and with better settings, HyperX also carries the second version of the model. or Army 27 It offers a 27 ″ screen with Quad HD resolution and a refresh rate of 165Hz. In the case of color reproduction, there is 95% DCI-P3 coverage and the same 400 nits as the previous model. . Also in this case the certification of compatibility with the NVIDIA G-Sync it’s also part of the packet, as is the 1ms response time.
Single game support
As interesting as the monitor specs, is the mounting system that the HyperX is introduced on these monitors. Although they have standard VESA mounting screws, they are also ready for the Single game support, articulated support that allows you to move and rotate them in any direction. The mounting arm offers much more flexibility than a standard monitor stand, making it a pleasant surprise.
THE HyperX stated that the novelty supports VESA monitors up to 32 ″ and up to 14 kg. For those who have more than one monitor, the manufacturer also indicates that it is possible to add more arms.
price and availability
All of these products are expected to launch in September. or HyperX Army 25 it will cost $ 449.99 (R $ 2.295 in direct conversion), while the Army 27 it will cost $ 499.99 (R $ 2,550 in direct conversion). If you want the HyperX display stand, you’ll have to shell out $ 109.99, while the extra arm costs $ 79.99.
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Sources: XDA, GamesPress, Business Wire developers.