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Gigabyte's new monitor available soon

Gigabyte has launched a new 55-inch monitor on the market. However, this one is quite impressive.

4K resolution and 120 hertz in a 55-inch monitor; Image: Gigabyte

The 55-inch monitor from Gigabyte has a refresh rate of 120 hertz, a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a screen with a width of 1210 millimeters and a height of 680 millimeters. The monitor also offers V-Sync, but not G-Sync.

The monitor also has the following ports and features:

  • 2x HDMI 2.1

  • 2x HDMI 2.0

  • 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1

  • 1x USB 2.0

  • 1x Earphone Jack

  • 1x Ethernet

  • Bluetooth

  • Wireless WLAN

  • 2x Speakers

The Ethernet port, Bluetooth and WLAN is quite important with this monitor, because it also works as a TV. Therefore, you can also use YouTube, Netflix, Google and much more. The whole thing runs on the Android operating system.

The problem this time is not the price. The S55U monitor costs $600, which isn't bad at all for a 4K monitor running at 120 hertz. The bigger problem with the monitor is that it consumes 90 watts, which is quite a bit, even more so when you consider the new power usage standards. There is a power-saving mode that uses 0.5 watts, but let's be honest: How often would this monitor go into that mode if you had one?


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