The Kertz is a slimline 23.8” frameless gaming monitor with LED backlighting. Designed to offer full immersion in the game, its design is entirely black.
Created in a size that makes it perfect for a multi-screen environment, it can also be fixed to the wall using the VESA 50x50 system – maximizing the space available on your desktop or gaming table.
There’s more: its display integrates Low Blue Light and Flicker Free technologies that help you take care of your eyesight.
The Kertz monitor has a high FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and also offers HDR compatibility, providing a better level of contrast between bright and dark images so you’ll be able to spot the enemy wherever they are.
Located on the back are the different buttons that allow you to adjust brightness and contrast, as well as other features. You can also change the colour settings by selecting from the different modes included, for example Game Mode or FPS.
This gaming monitor features one 2.0 HDMI input and one DisplayPort input, and includes a HDMI 2.0 and Display Port 1.2 cables. The Kertz has an audio output, too.
Response time and refresh rate
With the Kertz, no matter how fast the action moves during the game, the image will always remain clear thanks to an astonishing 1 ms response time.
Say goodbye to blurry images and tearing with the 200 Hz refresh rate of this gaming monitor. Whatever the game, you’ll always enjoy a fluid image.
A structure like no other
This Krom monitor features a robust stand to guarantee stability during any kind of movement. You can adjust the tilt angle to suit you and avoid fatigue in your neck or vision while you’re enjoying long gaming sessions.
This stylish Full HD frameless monitor is ideal for a greater degree of immersion, taking you to the battlefield and surrounding you. This way, you’ll maximise your concentration and get the best possible view of the playing field.
The Kertz supports both AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync technology, making it easy to fully synchronize the images on the graphics card and the images displayed on your monitor.