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New Newskill Icarus monitors: Full HD at 360 Hz and 4K at 144 Hz

In the last times, Newskill is turning his family from gaming monitors Icarus is a benchmark on the national scene, because they already have so many different models that it is almost impossible not to find one that fits your needs and budget. On this occasion, the Spanish manufacturer has presented two new models: the Icarus IC27I4K144 with a 27″ screen, 4K resolution and 144 Hz and the Icarus IC24FI360, with a 24.5″ screen, Full HD resolution and no less than 360 Hz refresh rate. We tell you everything below.

Nowadays, and if we leave aside the “normal” monitors, gamers have always had to choose between having the best resolution and graphic quality or having the best speed, something that undoubtedly helps a lot in the competitive environment. Aware of this, Newskill has now launched these two new monitors, one specifically designed for competitive gaming at the highest level, and another for the most demanding gamers who are looking for the best resolution and quality but do not want to give up having a high refresh rate. .

Newskill Icarus IC27I4K144, spectacular 4K at 144 Hz

This is a 27-inch diagonal monitor, designed for the most demanding gamers who want to be able to play their games with the highest graphic quality and resolution, but also with a high refresh rate. For this reason, Newskill has installed a Fast-IPS panel that has a refresh rate of 144 Hz and is also compatible with AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNCso that users will not only see their images in full resolution, but they will also see them in a smooth and clear way.

Of course, this monitor also has a 1ms MPRT response time so that the player’s movements and presses are immediately represented on the screen, which is essential to maintain a good level in games. As if this were not enough, in addition to adaptive refresh rate technologies, Newskill has installed in this monitor the faculty Overdrivewhich helps eliminate ghosting even more.

This monitor is adjustable in height, tilt, and swivel (it lacks rotation since it has a tripod-shaped base), although for the most staunch gamers, its base can also be dispensed with and installed on an arm thanks to its VESA 100 anchor. It also features configurable RGB LED backlighting as well as eye care technologies. flicker-free and Low Blue Light.

The new Newskill Icarus IC27I4K144 can now be purchased at the Newskill online store at a price of €749.95and soon we will also be able to do it in other stores such as PcComponentes or Amazon.

Newskill Icarus IC24FI360, with 360 Hz for maximum competitive performance

Designed for competitive gaming where even the last thousandth of a second can mean the difference between victory and defeat, the new Newskill Icarus IC24FI360 features a 24.5-inch Fast-IPS panel that undoubtedly stands out for its impressive refresh rate. 360 Hz, which of course is also compatible with AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC adaptive technologies, so fluidity and speed in games will be assured.

Newskill Icarus 360 Hz

Like the previous one, this monitor has a response time of 1 ms MPRT, and in this case its resolution is Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) since gamers prefer it in the competitive environment, where speed prevails over speed. image quality. All in all, this is a monitor that, thanks to its IPS panel, provides sharp images with great color representation (100% color coverage of the sRGB spectrum and 90% of NTSC), as well as support for HDR (it is not certified to that effect but his 350 nits maximum brightness).

You may have already noticed by looking at the photos that aesthetically both monitors are the same (it logically changes the size of the screen), so this model also has height, tilt and swivel adjustment and has a VESA 100 anchor for greater comfort (it also has Configurable RGB on the back).

The new Newskill Icarus IC24FI360 is also now available in the manufacturer’s online store at a sale price of €449.95and soon it will also be possible to buy it in other stores such as PcComponentes and Amazon.

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