At MediaMarkt you have this gaming monitor with Full HD resolution to play everything at 1080p on sale… For less than a hundred euros!
As we have commented on more than one occasion, the monitor is one of the most important components that we must take into account when wanting to build a gaming setup from scratch. Together with the graphics card, they will delimit the graphic potential of our favorite video games, so the quality of the monitor that we decide to incorporate will be crucial to determine our final gaming experience.
Monitor – Samsung LF24T350FHRXEN, 24″ FHD, IPS, 5ms, 75Hz, 72% NTSC, AMD FreeSync™, Black
Within the wide catalog of monitors that exist today, gaming models are characterized by having with the necessary features to play to our favorite titles. This is the case of this Samsung brand gaming monitor that is currently on sale: from the euros it previously cost, now we can take it for 99 euros.
In this way, we will be taking it on sale for less than one hundred euros through the official Amazon website. We are talking specifically about the Samsung LF24T350FHRXEN, a gaming monitor with good features, focused for those undemanding players who want to enjoy a good image quality trying to spend the least amount of money possible.
This Samsung brand gaming monitor will allow us to play everything we want at 1080p on its 24″ diagonal Full HD resolution screen. In addition, it has a 75 Hz refresh rate and a 5ms response time, more than enough to enjoy good fluidity and sharpness in your images. It also incorporates an AMD FreeSync Premium system to properly synchronize with our graphics card.
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