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Scan code: LN96147 Manufacturer code: UM.UW1EE.P01

AOpen 24" Full HD 144Hz Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor SCAN EXCLUSIVE

23.6" AOpen 24HC1QR-P Curved Monitor, VA, 1920x1080, 144Hz, FreeSync, 4ms, 100M:1, 250cd/m², HDMI/DP/DVI

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Scan code: LN96147 Manufacturer code: UM.UW1EE.P01
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AOpen 24" – Full HD Monitor with AMD FreeSync™

32HC1QUR P monitor

IMMERSIVE GAMEPLAY WITH A CURVED DISPLAY The 24HC1QR P model from AOpen is a stunning FHD monitor that allows you to play your favourite games smoothly with the latest cutting-edge gaming technology, all being displayed on a picture-perfect 24” 1800R curved display. It runs 1920 x 1080 content at an impressive 144Hz refresh rate, delivering to you amazingly defined imagery and super-smooth frame rates with a 4ms response time. This VA display utilizes intuitive AMD® Radeon FreeSync™ technology to achieve smooth, fast-action gameplay with ease, along with AOpen's Flickerless™ and BlueLightShield™ technologies that allow you to continuously game for as long as you like whilst safeguarding your eyes from damage and fatigue.

24"Screen Size

1920 x 1080Resolution

VAPanel Type

Ultra-fast 144Hz Refresh Rate

144Hz frame refresh rate

SUPER-SMOOTH GAMING WITH 4MS RESPONSE TIME Experience crisp, vivid imagery with AOpen's 24HC1QR P, the monitor that provides gamers with intense FHD visuals at 144Hz, and delivers extreme frame rendering at a rapid 4ms response time to give you gameplay without blurring. Enjoy your favourite game titles with unparalleled levels of detail, high-quality graphics and sharp text.

Full HD Display for the Greatest Gaming Experience

HD TN Display

SHARP HIGH-DEFINITION VA PANEL The stunning AOpen 24HC1QR P monitor hosts a VA display with vivid 8-Bit colour depth for up to 16.7 million colours on a full high-definition display that allows you to see everything in perfect detail and truly immerse you into your gameplay. Games are sharper with more accurate colours and scenes are crystal-clear.

Fully Immerse yourself into any Game

AOpen Curved Screen

INCREDIBLE 1800R CURVED DISPLAY Whether you're watching movies, surfing the web, editing photos or playing intense games, the AOpen 24HC1QR P allows you to experience more cinematic and immersive viewing with its sleek-looking 1800R curved screen.

AMD® FreeSync™ Technology

AMD Radeon FreeSync

GAME WITHOUT THE WORRY OF LAG AOpen's 24HC1QR P lets you experience the smoothest and fastest gameplay you could imagine, with high-quality graphics for total gaming perfection. Play the games you love with crystal-clear clarity with integrated AMD® Radeon FreeSync™ technology which syncs your monitors frame rate to your graphics card to eliminate screen tearing and drastically reduce display stutter and input lag to deliver an ultra-smooth gaming experience.
*For Radeon™ FreeSync technology, users will require: a monitor compatible with DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync, a compatible Radeon™ GPU with a DisplayPort connection, and a compatible Radeon™ Software graphics driver.

Keep your Eyes Safe from Damage

BluelightShield technology

Smart Blue Light Shield™ TECHNOLOGY Protect your eyes from unnecessary strain by utilizing BlueLightShield™ technology which adds a warmer filter of colour over your display to protect your eyes from harmful blue light, especially when gaming in the dark.

Safeguard your Eyes from Screen Flickering

Flickerless technology

INTUITIVE FLICKERLESS™ TECHNOLOGY Flickerless™ technology works to eliminate annoying screen flicker whilst also reducing the risk of eye strain to provide both safer and higher-quality visuals.

AOpen 24HC1QR P Connectivity Ports

AMD Radeon FreeSync

STAY CONNECTED TO THE REST OF YOUR SYSTEM 1 x DisplayPort | 1 x DVI | 1 x HDMI

Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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AOpen 24" Full HD 144Hz Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor SCAN EXCLUSIVE
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