Back when I was still starting out as gaming writer in the early 2000’s, I never thought I’d see the day when I could use “serious” and “gaming” in one sentence. I know gaming was going to be big one day, but I never anticipated it to boom as quickly as it did.
There was a time when gaming events were attended by guests who were so totally clueless, unlike today when you could easily fill up the entire Mall of Asia Arena with gamers. And with The Nationals, the first franchise gaming league in the country up and running, expect gaming to become an even bigger industry.
For those who are really serious about pursuing a career in gaming, building a capable rig can be quite daunting, good thing there are now more affordable alternatives to help you get into the game.
Recently I attended the launch of AOPEN, a new brand of gaming monitors that aims to give users a great gaming experience without breaking the bank.
With an affordable price tag, AOPEN delivers high-quality monitors — from entry level to curved screen — that meet the needs of new and upcoming gamers, who need to fully immerse themselves in the game with the intention to win. AOPEN’s wide-angle view allows them to experience and to perform a powerful game.
AOPEN gaming monitors’ six-axis color adjust allows it to optimize the image quality making images in low resolution an Ultra HD treatment. Gamers have the freedom to “blend” the colors they want or shades that best work for them by adjusting the six-axis color range that includes the basic RGB and CMY.
AOPEN will unlock the doors for newbie gaming enthusiasts to have curved monitors at reasonable price points. AOPEN intended to provide for those who are just starting to enjoy gaming. Curved monitors allow gamers to maximize peripheral view which is otherwise challenging with flat monitors.
The thin bezel and metal stand gives it a feel of a real gaming nook. Setting it up is a breeze because it is designed for small places but with top-notch quality.
For gamers not to tire out and abuse their eyes due to prolonged glare at the monitor, they can adjust AOPEN monitors OSD settings through the Low Blue Light feature, which filters out the blue light that usually causes harm to the eyes. The Flicker-less technology simply eliminates those flickering screens that may not only affect gamer’s games but also their sight.
AOPEN is a major electronics manufacturer from Taiwan building an expertise to high-reliability gaming devices. AOPEN is also the only commercial devices provider developing technology across all operating systems with a specialty in Google Chrome OS.
AOPEN gaming monitors carry a price tag that starts from P8,000 to P23,000. See flyers for more details.