AORUS is one of the hottest gaming brands in the world today. They’re the extreme performance and gaming focused division of Gigabyte, so if it says AORUS on it, you know its one of their top-end products with no compromises. The AORUS F127Q certainly meets that requirement, as they’ve crammed it full of all the latest technologies, and even implemented a few unique features of their own. That does mean it comes with a pretty hefty price tag, but it’s a simple case of you pay more and you get a lot more in return. The F127Q ticks just about every box I can think of for a great gaming monitor.
Speaking of boxes, the one it comes in is freaking enormous. I could fit a 37″ monitor in this thing!
Of course, the main selling point of any monitor is the panel, and the AORUS F127Q has a great one. It’s an 27-inch 2560 x 1440p IPS panel. It also features a blazing fast 165 Hz refresh rate, as well as FreeSync HDR and it’s G-Sync compatible too! This is backed up by a 1ms response time, 10bit IPS colour, 95% DCI-P3 and HDR. However, the selling points don’t stop there, as you’ll find RGB Fusion 2.0, their “Wings of Excellence” Falcon design, a built-in power supply design, gaming OSD with Aim Stabilizer, on-screen system stats, crosshairs, etc. The list really does just keep on going on.
“The falcon utilizes its powerful wings to soar through the skies and lock down its prey. The AORUS Core takes inspiration from the falcon’s aerodynamic wings, incorporating a multi-layered design which features wing shaped contours and also resembles the falcon’s high-velocity ascension and dives through the skies. With sleek and metallic armour, the AORUS Core symbolizes advancement in technology with its futuristic style.” – AORUS
For in-depth specifications, please visit the official AORUS F127Q product page here.
“Smart close-talk voice capturing technology with dual mics perfectly cancels out the environmental noises/sounds with the least voice distortion, letting your teammate receive your voice clearly. Not only traditional Computational Auditory Scene Analysis (CASA) techniques, but also combined with Acoustic Physics & Psychoacoustics, processing your voice through a wideband DSP chip and brings you the best communication convenience and privacy anywhere.” – AORUS
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