Cooleng Supreme has launched two mini LED displays, both using quantum dot technology

2022-05-02 0 By

High-end displays seem to have become more popular in recent years, with a number of non-traditional display brands entering the market with some fairly high spec offerings.Coolness Supreme, for one, has just launched its first mini LED displays, including gp27-FUS and GP27-FQS.These two mini LED displays adopt full display straight down MiniLED backlight, 576 local dimming areas, and adopt quantum dot technology, dCI-P3 /Adobe RGB/BT2020 color gamet reaches 97%, 100% and 83%, respectively.Both are VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certified, with a maximum brightness of 600nit in SDR mode and 1200nit in HDR mode, and features such as low blue light and anti-flicker.The difference between the two is that they use different panels from different manufacturers. The GP27-FUS is a AU AHVA panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, a refresh rate of 160Hz, and a grayscale response time of 1ms.Gp27-fqs is a Swarm Innovation AAS panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a refresh rate of 165Hz, and a grayscale response time of 1ms.Gp27-fus and GP27-FQS offer two HDMI 2.1 ports and one DP 1.4 port (supporting DSC), as well as one USB Type-C port, one USB Type-B port and two USB Type-A ports supporting 90W USB-PD,And a pair of 2W speakers are built in.Both monitors have mounts that offer tilting, rotation and height adjustment, though coolum Supreme doesn’t list specific numbers, and support for a 100 x 100mm VESA wall-mount for improved display usability.The GP27-FQS will have a recommended retail price of $699 overseas and come with a three-year warranty, though no price is available for THE GP27-FUS.It is understood that cooleng SUPREME GP27-FUS and GP27-FQS monitors are expected to be put on sale in the domestic market in the first quarter of this year, so you can pay attention to them then.