Gigabyte has introduced the M27Q, a game monitor equipped with an integrated KVM switch. The integrated switch makes it possible to operate two PCs with a single set of peripherals.
Gigabyte presents the M27Q as the first game monitor with a kvm switch. This makes it possible to operate multiple devices with a keyboard, mouse and monitor. A separate kvm button is available on the back of the monitor, so users can easily switch from one PC to another.
The M27Q is a 27 “monitor with an IPS panel and a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. The contrast ratio is 1000: 1 and the refresh rate is quite high at 170Hz. According to the manufacturer, the screen can cover 92 percent of the dci-p3 color space. view.
The new screen has a DisplayHDR 400 certification and thus some capacities to display HDR, a typical brightness of 350cd / m² and support for FreeSync Premium. The latter means according to PC Monitors in this case the monitor adjusts its refresh rate between 48 and 170Hz to the output of the GPU. Exactly when the M27Q will be released and for what price is still unknown.