(PR) NZXT Release Canvas QHD Monitors Designed for Gamer's Needs

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NZXT, a community-driven provider of PC hardware, software, and services, today announces the Canvas QHD Monitors, designed to strike a balance between high resolutions and high frame rates. It adds to any setup with size, color, and mounting options, for an improved gaming experience. Canvas invites gamers to explore their favorite game worlds in vivid detail while enjoying smooth and responsive performance. These monitors hit the sweet spot with support for 1440p resolution, a 165 Hz refresh rate, and AMD FreeSync Premium support.

Two monitors will be exclusively available from NZXT: The Canvas 27QHD, and 32QHD Curved. They nicely complement an existing PC setup with the choice to ship with a compact stand or VESA mount, and a bezel-less design for an edge-to-edge image. Designed with NZXT’s iconic style, Canvas compliments NZXT’s award-winning PC builds, components, and suite of peripherals. Canvas monitors feature NZXT CAM support, which allows users to set up custom profile settings to adjust visualization settings based on time of day and type of game.

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