iiyama 25" G-Master Full HD 144Hz FreeSync Open Box Gaming Monitor
Open Box 24.5" iiyama G-Master GB2560HSU-B1 Monitor, TN, 1920x1080, 144Hz, FreeSync, 1ms, 80M:1, 400cd/m², VESA, HDMI/DP
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Refurbished – G-Master Red Eagle Full HD Gaming Monitor with FreeSync
aiming to be a hardcore gamer? The 24.5" G-Master GB2560HSU-B1 recognized as the almighty Red Eagle, will give you the advantage you need to reveal your gaming potential. Built with AMD FreeSync™ technology, super-fast 144hz refresh rate, and an impressive 1ms response time, you can game smoother with this superb iiyama monitor. With a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution, users can experience crisp visuals in your favourite games. Never fret about ghosting effects or smearing issues, and adjust brightness and dark shades with the Black Tuner. iiyama offers a dual input setup (HDMI, DisplayPort), speakers, headphone connector, and a 2.0 USB hub are all included.
Enjoy the Finer Details in Every Game
SUPER SMOOTH 1MS RESPONSE TIME With true 1920x1080p resolution this gaming monitor is ready to display accurate, Full HD images. This means you can accommodate more information on your screen; e.g 60% more in comparison to a 1280x1024 monitor. Ensuring gaming is more immersive while you can enjoy better image quality and visuals.
Never Miss a Single Frame
144HZ REFRESH RATE The Red Eagle offers rapid refresh and frame rates to guarantee smooth, blur-free graphics, with lower latency and response times that improve lag during fast-paced games. This intuitive gaming monitor is suited for fast-action games like FPS, racers, MOBA and sports titles where the 144Hz refresh rate can deliver crisp and sharp imagery that will improve your gaming experience.
Choppy Gameplay is Left in the Dust
AMD FREESYNC™ TECHNOLOGY AMD FreeSync™ technology works to eliminate choppy gameplay and broken frames by offering fluid, artifact-free performance at any framerate amount.
Play any Game your Own Way
PREDEFINED AND CUSTOM GAMING MODES Choose from one of the predefined gaming modes (including FPS and strategy) so your monitor is optimized for every genre you play, or choose your own unique settings that can be saved to the monitor.
Immersive Audio for any Scenario
USE BOTH ON-BOARD SPEAKERS OR HEADPHONES If you're playing multiplayer with friends, use the on-board speakers to experience immersive sound, then when it needs to quieten down, simply plug your headset or headphones into the dedicated headphone connector to play or watch in peace.
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