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HANNspree enters the Gaming Monitor market with their 1440p 144Hz HG324QJB Display

This display supports Adaptive-Sync VESA mounting systems

HANNspree enters the Gaming Monitor market with their 1440p 144Hz HG324QJB

HANNspree enters the Gaming Monitor market with their 1440p 144Hz HG324QJB

HANNspree has now entered the gaming arena, offering PC gamers high-end displays as part of their new HG, HANNspree Gaming, brand. The flagship of this launch is undoubtedly the HG324QJB, providing a neat blend of large-screen high-resolution gaming with an IPS panel and support for 144Hz refresh rates with VESA Adaptive Sync. 

The HANNspree HG324QJB is a 32-inch 1440p monitor, which makes use of a 1800R curved IPS panel, delivering users 85% coverage of the NTSC colour gamut and a response time of 2MS. This display also features an anti-glare coating. 

With an MSRP of £399.99, the HANNspree HG324QJB is designed to support everything that a user could desire, shipping with a VESA-compatible monitor stand which supports height, tilt, pivot and swivel adjustment options. 

Out of the box, this display offers dual HDMI 2.0 inputs, alongside DisplayPort and mini DisplayPort (both DisplayPort 1.2) connections, all of which support 1440p resolutions. The screen also provides users with integrated 1.5W speakers and support for Earphone audio-out connections.   

This monitor lacks any support for HDR and offers brightness levels of 250 nits. The monitor also delivers support for wide viewing angles of up to 178 degrees, as well as a "super narrow bezel design" which will benefit users of multi-monitor configurations. 

HANNspree enters the Gaming Monitor market with their 1440p 144Hz HG324QJB

 

HANNspree's HG324QJB gaming monitor is already available in the UK with a price tag of £399.99. 

You can join the discussion on HANNspree's entry into the gaming monitor market on the OC3D Forums

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16-09-2018, 06:42:47

Dawelio
Holy crap this will crash with many setups! Unless you have an ”old” ROG themed build, ie red and black, this won’t match well with many setups in my opinion.Quote

17-09-2018, 05:51:50

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Holy crap this will crash with many setups! Unless you have an ”old” ROG themed build, ie red and black, this won’t match well with many setups in my opinion.
Sadly many people still enjoy the overused red and black them.

I personally find RoG so tacky now.. to see if on my equipment makes my cringe. Luckily It's only on my mobo. I removed the lighting from the swift monitor. In fact had the Swift monitor been red instead of the dark gunmetal gret, I would never have bought it.Quote
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