All you have to lose is G-Sync tech
The $830 Alienware AW2524H is popular with gamers who have deep pockets and want 500 refreshes per second but now there is the new AW2524HF which does the same thing for $650.
Renames FreeSync 2 to FreeSync 2 HDR
AMD has released a new blog post talking about FreeSync 2 HDR technology as well as showing the upcoming Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR Oasis demo.
1440p, 144Hz monitor with RGB lighting
Gigabyte has recently teased a rather interesting Aorus gaming monitor at a couple of its social media accounts and it did not take long before it was detailed as the Aorus AD27QD, a 27-inch 1440p monitor that will have some unique features.
Budget-friendly option with 1440p IPS panel
AOC has launched yet another 31.5-inch monitor, which shares a lot of similarities with the Q3279VWF, but it is based on an IPS panel, which should appeal to those looking for better color accuracy, the AOC Q3279VWFD8.
Coming to 20 Samsung QLED TVs
AMD and Samsung have officially announced support for FreeSync that will be coming to Samsung's QLED TVs.
Bring lower input lag in gaming mode as well
According to a fresh report it appears that at least some Samsung 2018 TVs will have support for HDMI 2.1 VRR (variable refresh rate) and AMD's FreeSync at up to 120Hz, as well have a significantly reduced input lag, something that will work well with Microsoft's recent announcement that Xbox One will be getting FreeSync support.
Both Xbox One S and Xbox One X
Microsoft said that its Xbox One S and Xbox One X will be getting AMD's FreeSync 2, a offering variable refresh rate over HDMI on supported displays.
24.5-inch and 27-inch 1080p, with 75Hz/144Hz refresh rate
AOC has announced three new G90 series affordable gaming monitors which will all feature a TN-panel with 1080p resolution, 3-sided frameless design, and support for AMD FreeSync technology, the 24.5-inch AOC G2590VXQ, 24.5-inch AOC G2590PX, and the 27-inch AOC G2790PX.
24.5-inch 1080p TN-panel with 240Hz and FreeSync
Asus has started to ship its latest gaming monitor that is a part of its ROG Strix lineup, the 24.5-inch ROG Strix XG258Q.