In recent years, high-end monitors seem to have become more and more popular, and many non-traditional monitor brands have entered the market and released some products with quite high specifications. Cooler Master is one of them and has just launched its first batch of mini LED displays, including GP27-FUS and GP27-FQS.
Both mini LED displays to use full-display direct-lit Mini LED backlights, with 576 local dimming zones, and quantum dot technology. The DCI-P3/Adobe RGB/BT2020 color gamut reaches 97%, 100%, and 83% respectively, all of which have passed the VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification. The maximum brightness is 600nit in SDR mode and 1200nit in HDR mode. At the same time features such as low blue light and anti-flicker are supported. The difference between the two lies in the use of panels from different technology. GP27-FUS is an AUO AHVA Ultra speed IPS 16.7M colors (8bit) panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, a refresh rate of 160Hz, and a grayscale response time of 1ms. The GP27-FQS is an AUO AHVA Ultra speed IPS 1.07B colors (8bit + FRC) panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a refresh rate of 165Hz, and a grayscale response time of 1ms.
The GP27-FUS and GP27-FQS offer two HDMI 2.1 ports and one DP 1.4 port (with DSC support), as well as one USB Type-C port with 90W USB-PD support, one USB Type-B port, and two USB Type-C ports -A port, and built-in a pair of 2W speakers. The stands for both monitors offer tilt, swivel, and height adjustments, though Cooler Master doesn’t list specifics, and supports a 100 x 100mm VESA wall mount, improving the monitor’s usability.
The suggested retail price of the GP27-FQS in overseas markets is $699, and it provides a three-year warranty, but there is no quotation for the GP27-FUS yet. It is understood that the Cooler Master GP27-FUS and GP27-FQS monitors are expected to go on sale in the market in the first quarter of this year, and you can pay attention to them at that time.