GIGABYTE's gaming brand AORUS has been expanding its product portfolio to just about any piece of kit a PC gamer can and will buy. From graphics cards to motherboards, RAM, and all manner of peripherals, there's little pieces of hardware that were missing - and AORUS is apparently preparing the last piece of the puzzle in the form of a FreeSync compatible monitor.
The first teases happened two months ago, with full pictures of the monitor's design and OSD. Now, AORUS UK has started to tease and market their upcoming product in a series of (until now) two tweets (whether or not that makes a series may be debatable). There's RGB lighting throughout the carcass of the monitor, a 90º swivel, gaming features such as Aim Stabilizer, Black Equalizer and Super Resolution, and if the teases are anything to go by (and they should be), the panel should be of the 10-bit type. The diagonal isn't known as of yet, but 144Hz FreeSync on a 10-bit panel really is appetizing. Expect more details on January 16th.