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AOpen lineup of gaming monitors launched in Phl

AOpen gaming monitor is equipped with a wide-angle view that allows users to experience powerful gaming performance. It has a six-axis color adjustment used to optimize the image quality, upscaling images in low resolution to an Ultra high-definition (HD) treatment.

Acer Philippines officially introduced in the Philippines the AOpen lineup of gaming monitors, from entry-level to curved screen, designed to meet the needs of the growing gaming industry.

AOpen gaming monitor is equipped with a wide-angle view that allows users to experience powerful gaming performance. It has a six-axis color adjustment used to optimize the image quality, upscaling images in low resolution to an Ultra high-definition (HD) treatment. By adjusting the six-axis color range including the basic R, G, B to C, M, and Y, users can blend the colors they want or shades that satisfy their needs. 

A key feature for gaming monitor, the AMD FreeSync technology lets monitor’s frames sync with graphics card’s frames to eliminate screen tearing and deliver smooth gaming performance.

Users can prevent eye fatigue or sometimes headaches when looking at the screen for a longer period of time by adjusting the monitor’s OSD settings through the Low Blue Light feature which filters out the blue light that usually causes harm to the eyes. The Flicker-less technology eliminates those flickering screens that may not only affect gamers’ games but also their sight.

With curved screen, metal stand, and thin bezel, the monitor does not occupy a lot of space and can be placed anywhere.

AOpen monitors that were launched include the HC1 series, MX1 series and ML1 series for the gaming monitor segment, as well as CH1 series and CX1 series for the consumer monitor group. For the gaming monitors, the HC1 series consists of 32HC1QUR which is sold at Php23,499, and 27HC1R which is priced at Php15,999. For the MX1 series of gaming monitor, the 24MX1 has an SRP of Php7,999 while the 22MX1Q can be bought at Php6,499. On the ML1 series of gaming monitor, the 27ML1U is sold at Php14,999 while the 24ML1Y is priced at Php8,499.

For the consumer monitor segment, the CH1 series includes the 22CH1Q which is priced at Php4,650 and 20CH1Q which is sold at Php3,800. The 19CX1Q consumer monitor has a SRP of Php3,400.     

The Taiwan-based AOpen, which is 40%-owned by Acer, entrusts Acer Philippines to do the sale and marketing services for its products in the local market with Innovista Technologies as its sole distributor.

Sue Ong-Lim, sales product and marketing director at Acer Philippines, announced that AOpen monitors will be available at all its channel-partners and will be supported by its network of service centers across the country. Lim also claims Acer Philippines offers a three-year warranty for AOpen gaming monitors.

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