Gigabyte is a famous name in the field of gaming accessories. Considering the growing demand for high-performance devices, it seems that the company will develop some of the best products possible to increase its arsenal.
Recently the company launched its two new latest gaming monitors, namely the G24F and the M28U. Earlier this month, the company launched its three AORUS monitors, and now the two new 24-inch and 28-inch panel monitors add to the increasing arsenal of the manufacturer.
The two monitors, G24F and the M28U have 24-inch and 28-inch panels, respectively, and may look similar and different in key aspects. The M28U supports 4K, up to 144 Hz, and has HDMI 2.1 ports for high-refresh-rate gaming on next-generation consoles. It also comes with a VESA DisplayHDR400 certification and covers 94% of DCI-P3 and sports dual 3W speakers.
Coming to the G24F, it has a 1080p panel and can run up to 170 Hz. The monitor also sports HDMI 2.0 ports, restricting it to 60 Hz on the Xbox Series or PlayStation 5 consoles. The G24F has lower DCI-P3 coverage (90%) and does not include any speakers; however, it also supports HDR but doesn’t have a VESA DisplayHDR certification.
Speaking of the similarities, both the monitors support 8-bit color, up to 300 cd/m2 peak brightness, and 1 ms response times (MPRT). For now, Gigabyte has not revealed how much the G24F or M28U cost, and also, it is not revealed as to when both the monitors will be launched.