No more white dots on Gigabyte‘s monitor
One of the common problems with monitors is the black and white dots. However, in contrast to the black dots which is used for counting dead monitor pixels, the white dots apparently do occur because of a “scratch” which is difficult to see with the naked eye of humans. Even so, both black and white are disturbing, especially while playing video games. But Gigabyte seems convinced that their gaming monitor won’t have that problem.
Gigabyte is very committed to achieving high-quality products, especially for gaming lines, AORUS ensures that all of their tactical gaming monitors are free from disturbing white dots. At least within one year from the purchase.
This will certainly make the monitor type AD27QD, KD25F, FI27Q, DI27Q-P, CV27F, and CV27Q will be able to present maximum performance while playing games. You will be able to enjoy some of its main features such as Aim Stabilizer, GameAssist, Customizable Crosshair, AORUS Dashboard, and OSD Sidekick control without any obstacles at all.