Sunday, November 18th 2018

AOC, G2 Introduce the G2 Esports Signature Edition G2590PX Monitor - 25", TN, 1080p, FreeSync, 144 Hz

Introducing the brand-new AOC G2590PX G2 Esports Signature Edition gaming monitor. Created in partnership with G2's sponsor and favorite display provider AOC, this special edition monitor combines performance, style and affordability into one package ensuring a smooth, tear and stutter-free gameplay experience. AOC designed this specialized G90 monitor specifically for the G2 Esports professional teams and all gamers who want to upgrade the look of their battle station.
The G2 Esports Signature Edition is available now, featuring the signature G2 Esports Samurai branding and a smooth high-end finish sure to look fantastic on the desks of the #G2ARMY. Like all models in the G90 series, the G2590PX boasts a frameless TN panel with 16:9 Full HD (1920×1080 pixels), FreeSync support, 1 ms response time and high refresh rates of up to 144 Hz. The suggested retail price is $419.00 / €369.00 / £329.00. You can check more details about the brand new G2590PX G2 Esports edition here, it is available on-line via the G2 Esports shop (in selected countries).

G2 Esports CEO Carlos 'ocelote' Rodriguez is pumped for this new G2 merchandise:

"AOC has proven to be an incredible partner to us and our players. The quality of their monitors combined with the level of commitment and empathy shown by their team as a whole makes us deeply proud of this partnership. As a result, we've together created a G2-branded monitor that embodies the strengths of this partnership and that we can call our own. We are excited for the G2590PX/G2 and can't wait to see it in the homes of many of our diehard #G2ARMY members." Source: G2 eSports
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8 Comments on AOC, G2 Introduce the G2 Esports Signature Edition G2590PX Monitor - 25", TN, 1080p, FreeSync, 144 Hz

#2
Darksword
Even the "gamer" in the picture looks bored with it already.
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#3
Fatalfury
i think this monitor only suits for the esports pro players themselves or the players who are competing in tournaments for prize money.(TN pnel needed for best 1ms response time & 144-240hz refresh rate).
For normal Gamers it is better to choose VA or IPS instead of TN.
TN is definitely 2015...
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#4
piloponth
Dear monitor manufacturers, let me share a secret of perfect monitor that we, owners of nVidia graphic card are waiting for:

1440p ultrawide (curved)
high refresh rate 144Hz
HDR
G-Sync
no TN!, no bloat (speakers, bloated OSD), low latency

Just give us this monitor at reasonable price, it will be a bestseller I promise.
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#5
ShurikN
piloponth said:
Dear monitor manufacturers
...
G-Sync
...
Just give us this monitor at reasonable price, it will be a bestseller I promise.
You're barking at the wrong tree. It's not their fault your gpu manufacturer decided to put a $150 proprietary hardware into play.
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#6
piloponth
ShurikN said:
You're barking at the wrong tree. It's not their fault your gpu manufacturer decided to put a $150 proprietary hardware into play.
I know about this. But manufacturers are responsible for situation that there is no 1440p ultrawide with HDR and 144Hz.
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#7
Lauen
Darksword said:
Even the "gamer" in the picture looks bored with it already.
That's Shox from the french G2 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive lineup. He pretty much always looks that way.
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#8
DirtbagDave
That price though, ouch. Seems very gimmicky when there are plenty of better options out there.
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