Lenovo introduces the G32qc and G27c curved monitors

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Lenovo, a well-known computer company, has announced the release of a new curved gaming monitor, the Lenovo G32qc and Lenovo G27c.

Lenovo, a well-known computer company, has announced the release of a new curved gaming monitor, the Lenovo G32qc and Lenovo G27c.

Curved monitors are ideal as they involve the user in an engaging and comfortable experience at the same time. The new monitor of the Chinese house has a 31.5-inch wide screen whose resolution amounts to 2560 x 1440 pixels (QHD) from 165Hz. The images are clear and crisp. In addition, the monitor in question has an excellent contrast ratio and high brightness.

 

Alternatively, there is the Lenovo G27c gaming monitor, a 27-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixel) curved monitor (1500R). The refresh rate reaches 144 Hz.

In addition, both monitors are compatible with AMD Radeon FreeSync technology. Other interesting features are the Low Light Blue and Flicker Fre, so as not to tire the eyes and consequently worsen the sight during intense sessions of work and play. You are given the opportunity to adjust the height ergonomically. The I / O inputs are easily accessible and fairly solid.

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As for the price of the curved gaming monitor Lenovo G32qc and Lenovo G27C there is no information at the moment.