Although the Cooler Master brand is inextricably linked to the cooling of PC components, its presence in the industry goes further, with housings, and, now, monitors to play. The company plans to enter this new market with two monitors: the GM219-30 and the GM219-35. If you look, the names are directly related to its main features, that is, the first is to monitor with an aspect ratio of 21: 9 and a diagonal of 30 inches and the second, of the same format, is 35 inches. The two monitors have curved panels and support for the adaptive sync of VESA, in addition to the 35-inch is also compatible with FreeSync 2.
In the case of the GM219-30, we find a panel of 2560×1080 at 200 Hz, compatible to some extent with HDR (it is still unknown what certification it will have) and 1 ms of response. The monitor, which will also have an adjustable support, will sell for $ 399.99. The second, the GM219-35, will come with FreeSync 2 and DisplayHDR (it is not known which). It will tolerate refresh rates up to 120 Hz and present a resolution of 3440×1440. In this case the price is $ 999.99. The two monitors should arrive during the second half of 2019. That a company historically dedicated to a very specific area of the market to expand its offer is nothing new, but what surprises us about this announcement is that Cooler Master has decided to start its journey in the market for monitors with two ultra-panoramas, do not you think?
Are you ready to be in the game? No, I mean like "IN" the game! The GM219-30 and GM219-35 will fully immerse you in all your favorite games. #ComputexCoolerMaster #Computex2019 pic.twitter.com/QRQKnAsWbs
— Cooler Master Gaming (@CoolerMasterUSA) June 1, 2019