Cooler Master Showcases an Ultra-Wide 57-inch Dual 4K Mini LED Gaming Monitor

Cooler Master has showcased their colossal 57-inch super ultrawide gaming monitor, the GP57ZS, at Computex 2024. This gaming monitor display boasts a dual-4K resolution and a striking 1000R curvature, promising an unparalleled immersive experience. Built with VA Mini-LED technology, the GP57ZS covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, delivering vibrant and punchy visuals.

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Cooler Master has integrated several advanced technologies into the GP57ZS. Among these are a new custom heatsink for cooling, an enhanced sound system, and a fresh design aesthetic. The monitor features a 2304-zone Mini LED backlight, ensuring exceptional contrast and a wide colour range to further enhance immersion.

With its massive 57-inch diagonal display, 7,680 x 2,160 pixels resolution, and pronounced curvature, the GP57ZS is designed for utmost immersion. However, a monitor like this is more suited and appealing for productivity rather than gaming.

Details on the refresh rate and response times were not given by the company but we can expect to see them soon. This is not the only ultra-wide 57-inch monitor. Acer showcased a similar monitor during the CES 2024. Samsung also has a super wide 57-inch monitor; Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 Dual-UHD.

Coolermaster monitor specification

In addition to the GP57ZS, Cooler Master showcased more mainstream monitors at Computex. Among them are two new 27-inch QHD monitors: the flat GP27QP and the curved GM27QP.

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Coolermaster GP27QPA
Coolermaster GP27QP

Both offer high refresh rates (up to 240 Hz for the GP27QP and 160 Hz for the GM27QP), 1 ms response times, built-in stereo speakers, and ergonomic features like low-blue-light and flicker-free technology. The premium GP27QP model also includes HDR1000 and 1,152 dimming zones for superior contrast and a USB Type-C port for versatile connectivity.

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