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Lenovo G25-10: gaming monitor with HDR, FreeSync and 144 Hz

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novo introduced the G25-10 gaming monitor for the home market. The model with a TN-matrix with a diagonal of 24.5 inches is made in an aggressive design.

The screen resolution is 1920 × 1080 pixels with an aspect ratio of 16: 9. The manufacturer claims support for HDR and AMD FreeSync technology. The screen refresh rate reaches 144 Hz, the delay is 1 ms, the maximum brightness is 400 nits.

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Among the interfaces declared HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2. The control buttons are placed on the front panel, the frames on three sides of the display are minimal.

The cost of Lenovo G25-10 in China is 1799 yuan ($258.08 ). Sales have already started.

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