TCL Launches Q7 Gaming Monitor with QD-MiniLED Technology and 240Hz Refresh Rate

TCL Launches Q7 Gaming Monitor with QD-MiniLED Technology and 240Hz Refresh Rate

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FFALCON Thunderbird, a subsidiary of TCL, recently announced the Q7 gaming monitor, featuring QD-MiniLED technology and supporting a 240Hz refresh rate.

The FFALCON Thunderbird Q7 monitor boasts a 27-inch FAST HVA panel, equipped with MiniLED and quantum dot technologies, featuring 8 AM channels. The monitor supports a display resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels and a 240Hz refresh rate.

TCL Launches Q7 Gaming Monitor with QD-MiniLED Technology and 240Hz Refresh Rate

Additionally, the Q7 monitor supports 1152-zone local dimming for dynamic contrast of 1000000:1 and a static contrast of 2500:1. It features fast response backlighting technology with reduced screen flicker and 16-bit deep DC dimming.

The monitor achieves a peak brightness of 1600 nits and complies with VESA DisplayHDR 1400 standards. It delivers vibrant HDR content with black level brightness reaching 0.001 nits.

TCL Launches Q7 Gaming Monitor with QD-MiniLED Technology and 240Hz Refresh Rate

Moreover, the Q7 monitor offers color accuracy with 95% DCI-P3 coverage and 99% sRGB coverage, with a Delta E value of less than 2, ensuring precise color reproduction for content creators and designers.

The monitor boasts a quick response time of 1ms GTG to reduce motion blur and provide a smooth visual experience. It is compatible with AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync standards for smooth refresh rates and reduced frame tearing or stuttering.

TCL Launches Q7 Gaming Monitor with QD-MiniLED Technology and 240Hz Refresh Rate

For connectivity, the FFALCON Thunderbird Q7 monitor features two HDMI 2.1 ports, a DP 1.4 port, and an audio input port, enabling multi-device use with computers or gaming consoles. The monitor also includes a joystick button for efficient control.

Furthermore, the Q7 monitor features eye protection and blue light reduction technologies to safeguard eyes during extended gaming sessions. It supports PIP/PBP technology for connecting two different sources simultaneously.

The Thunderbird Q7 gaming monitor is now available for pre-order at $282 and comes with an adjustable stand for height and tilt adjustments, providing an optimal viewing experience.

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