Today is a big day for NZXT, with the company unveiling its first ever pair of gaming monitors. The new NZXT Canvas series of gaming monitors will offer 1440p, high refresh rate gaming in a 27-inch or 32-inch form factor.
The specs between both monitors are the same, so they only differ in size. You can save some money and opt for a smaller 27-inch display, or you can spend a bit more for a larger screen. NZXT's Canvas monitors will also be available with and without an included stand, so if you have a VESA monitor arm that you are already happy with, then you can save a bit extra by opting for the standalone display without a stand.
Both monitors sport 1440p resolution, HDR10, 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time and AMD FreeSync Premium. The panels have an anti-glare coating so you won't have to worry about shutting your curtains during the daytime, and both monitors also include flicker-free and low blue light technologies to avoid eye strain.
The NZXT Canvas 27Q starts at £389 for the black version with the stand included, and goes up to £399 for the white version + stand. The 32-inch version starts at £469 for the black version + stand and goes up to £489 for the white version with the stand included.
If you already have a VESA compatible monitor arm, then you can opt to buy the monitor on its own without a stand and save £30. If you happen to need a monitor arm, then NZXT has you covered there as well, as it sells single and dual VESA monitor arms for £139.99 and £199.99 respectively.
The NZXT Canvas launch isn't the only big thing happening today though, NZXT has also launched its BLD direct-to-consumer service in the UK, so you can now order a system directly from NZXT. Last month, BLD also launched in Spain and New Zealand as NZXT looks to expand its service across the globe.
You can find more details on the Canvas gaming monitors and NZXT BLD, HERE.
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KitGuru Says: NZXT is getting into the gaming monitor market, and so far, things look good on paper. Having the option to save if you already have a monitor arm makes good sense too. What do you all think of NZXT's monitors so far? Would you opt for one of these for your setup?