GIGABYTE Launches 54.6-Inch S55U Gaming Monitor with 4K Quantum Dot Display and Android OS

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GIGABYTE has launched the S55U, a relatively massive 54.6-inch gaming monitor that leverages a UHD quantum dot display with full-array local dimming that comprises 132 zones. The S55U features an “esports-grade” 120 Hz refresh rate, 2 ms GtG response time, Dolby Vision and HDR10+ support, and HDMI 2.1 (48 Gbps) connectivity, enabling support for Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), and other enhanced gaming features. Users will also find a variety of built-in apps, including YouTube, Netflix, and Chromecast for streaming, with it being an Android-powered display. GIGABYTE didn’t share a price for the S55U in its press release, but the display has already been listed at select retailers such Newegg for $1,099.99. GIGABYTE’s next biggest 4K gaming monitor is the FO48U, which features a 48-inch OLED panel with 120 Hz refresh rate.

With more higher resolution game contents have been created, it is time for you to invest a 4K display! GIGABYTE 4K Monitors deliver crisp, detailed visual and offer you a more true-to-life viewing experience! This 54.6” UHD resoultion with a 120Hz refresh rate provides fluid gameplays and visual impact on a big screen.

With Quantum Dot technology, it offers a more vibrant display with 96% of DCI-P3 color space and greater brightness and HDR effects, offering the richer variety of color graduations and greater accuracy.

Local dimming technology can increase the contrast ratio to provide a better image by dimming the area on the screen that is needed and meanwhile keeping the bright side of the screen bright. With array of 132 zones, you can get the best images and the intense highlights possible with HDR content.


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