Gigabyte presents three AORUS gaming monitors up to a 48-inch, 120 Hz, 4K and OLED model
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Gigabyte has introduced three new gaming monitors, which it has called the AORUS FI32U, AORUS FV43U and the AORUS FO48U. As their names suggest, these are 32-inch, 43-inch and 48-inch monitors, respectively. All three run at 4K natively and support HDMI 2.1, making them suitable for next-generation consoles. The FI32U and FV43U peak at 144 Hz, but Gigabyte has used a 120 Hz panel in the FO48U.
Gigabyte has not yet published any detailed technical data about the FI32U or the FO48U, but the FV43U's specifications are now live. You can read all these here. Hence, it is unclear if the FI32U and FO48U will match the FV43U in some regards. For example, Gigabyte has certified the FV43U as VESA DisplayHDR 1000 compliant and claims that it has 1 ms response times (MPRT). Apparently, the FV43U covers 97% of DCI-P3, 150% of sRGB and 99% of AdobeRGB, too.
Moreover, Gigabyte claims that the FV43U has a typical maximum brightness of 750 cd/m², but this can peak at 1,000 cd/m². Features like Aim Stabilizer, Black Equalizer, and Active Noise Cancelling should be present across all three monitors though, as should the inclusion of a DisplayPort 1.4 connection and a USB hub.
It is worth stressing that the FI32U and FV43U have VA panels, whereas the FO48U relies on OLED. Gigabyte has not confirmed pricing for any of the monitors in Europe or the US. However, the FV43U will cost equivalent to US$1,500 in Japan and Vietnam.