KTC is bringing all the good monitors to Computex 2024

From OLED to LCD, KTC has everything you need.

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KTC, an upcoming technology force, has revealed a series of OLED monitors and introduced an innovative mobile screen that can be considered groundbreaking at Computex 2024.

This new OLED gaming monitor, specially made for gamers, has a 48-inch monster and 32-inch and 27-inch little brothers beside it. Each shows UHD resolution and refresh rates up to 240Hz (yes, that’s right). The smoothness and visual delight these monitors offer could change how we understand gaming.

And KTC didn’t just stop at that; they also made a smart monitor. According to the press release, this 32-inch A32Q8 is like a master of all things, being both a professional monitor and streaming TV with help from Google TV. Swapping from work to play on one screen is now a smooth, uninterrupted experience.

KTC also introduces a series of LCD monitors at Computex 2024. For people who love details, they have an H32T13 office monitor and a U27T6 gaming monitor, both of which give excellent image quality. The high-grade touch and carbon fiber materials used in the U27T6 provide it with a top-notch feeling while still maintaining its toughness and performance standards.

Now, we shouldn’t overlook the gamers who thrive on speed. The ultra-high refresh rates of H25X7 and Q24T09 gaming monitors show KTC’s dedication to pushing boundaries. The H25X7, with its 360Hz refresh rate, provides a level of smoothness and responsiveness that is tough to match.

And possibly the most interesting of all KTC’s advancements is A32Q7 PRO, a 32-inch smart portable board. It is not just any monitor; it acts as a mobile screen that can be taken with you for enjoyment and work purposes wherever you go. This device is light in weight, simple to use, and has Google TV functionality, making it an excellent choice for presenting projects or viewing films on the move when a big screen is required.

At Computex 2024, many other cool tech things were revealed. Asus, for instance, is working on Project Dali, a technology that uses e-paper to animate the back lids of laptops. MSI also debuted its brand-new AI PCs alongside a new handheld gaming console, and the star of the show, Colorful Colorfire MEOW, is a series of laptops inspired by cats. Yes, that sounds crazy, but they’re actually good-looking and powerful too.

So, yes, a lot to look forward to.

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