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Thunderobot Unveils QD-OLED Gaming Monitor With Dual Mode Switching, 4K 240Hz & FHD 480Hz Support At $1400 US

Thunderobot Unveils QD-OLED Gaming Monitor With Dual Mode Switching, 4K 240Hz & FHD 480Hz Support At $1400 US

Thunderbot, yes The unveiling Its latest QD-OLED gaming monitor, the “Silver Wing”, comes with dual-mode technology.

ThunderBot's Silverwing QD-OLED gaming monitor comes with dual-mode technology, also unveiling a mainstream 2K 240Hz monitor.

Thunderbot is responsible for high-end releases in Chinese domestic markets. Earlier, the firm showcased its MIX mini-PC.Including NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs and more. Translating its premium nature to the monitor segment, the firm has unveiled its latest QD-OLED gaming monitor, which packs high-end features and a unique futuristic design.

Starting with the features, the Thunderobot Sliver Wing gaming monitor comes with a 31.5-inch QD-OLED panel, and most interestingly, the Sliver Wing is also equipped with a dedicated switching mode. We have observed this trend. A recently released monitor from LG And others, where the panel refreshes, and resolutions are changed en masse with just one click. In the case of the Silver Wing, users can choose between a 4K 240 Hz mode or an FHD 480 Hz display, which is perfect for gaming applications.

In terms of the onboard panel, the Sliver Wing has a peak brightness of 1,300 nits, a 98.5% DCI-P3 color gamut, and a contrast ratio of 1,500,000:1, ensuring excellent quality for its users. It has an exceptionally low response rate of 0.03 ms, so for gaming performance, the latest release of Thunderobot is no match for domestic rivals, and with the dual-mode option, media consumption will be welcome.

The Silver Wing QD-OLED gaming monitor features DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.1, and a 90W PD Type-C port for onboard interfaces. Additionally, ThunderBot has launched a more budget-friendly alternative under the same branding, featuring a 2K 240Hz display and FAST IPS technology.

Talking about the pricing, Thunderobot's Sliver Wing QD-OLED monitor with dual mode feature is expected to sell for 9,999 Yuan or $1,380 which is definitely in the high range. A more budget-friendly alternative will go for 1,699 yuan or $235, but in general terms, both monitors look like solid releases, and we hope they get reviewed as well.

News Source: IT Home

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