HDMI 2.1 Monitors
HDMI 2.1 allows gaming monitors to reach for the stars in very impressive performance, such as 4K at 160Hz and more.
Xiaomi's new MI TV Q1 is a huge 75-inch QLED beast with 4K 120Hz on offer, and has HDMI 2.1 and ALLM technologies for gamers.
LG revealed its monster 27GP950 UltraGear gaming monitor at CES 2021, but now we know that it launches in April with 4K @ 160Hz!
ASUS reveals its new 2021 flagship ROG Strix XG43UQ with a huge 43-inch panel at 4K with super-smooth 144Hz and HDMI 2.1.
ASUS unveils next-gen ROG Swift PG32UQ gaming monitor: a huge new 32-inch 4K 144Hz IPS gaming beast with HDMI 2.1 connectivity.
LG unveils its new UltraGear gaming monitor, a new 27-inch Nano IPS display with native 4K @ a huge 160Hz with HDMI 2.1.
ASUS will be debuting a new family of ROG gaming monitors with next-gen HDMI 2.1 connectivity, offering 4K 120Hz and 8K 60Hz.
Acer's new 31.5-inch Predator XB323QK NX is ready for the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles: HDMI 2.1 with 4K 144Hzh support.
You should be able to find many more Ultra High Speed HDMI 2.1 cables in the market, ready for 4K 120Hz and 8K 60Hz TVs.
Sony will be including an HDMI 2.1 capable that pushes up to 4K 120Hz or 8K 60Hz over a single cable inside the PlayStation 5 box.
The new ASUS ROG Strix PG32UQX has a large 32-inch Mini-LED panel, native 4K resolution and 144Hz refresh with HDMI 2.1.
Acer's new XV282K KV is the company's first HDMI 2.1-capable monitor, 4K resolution with a super-smooth 144Hz refresh rate.
ASUS ROG announces world's first HDMI 2.1-certified 4K 120Hz gaming monitor: HDMI 2.1 pushes 48Gbps of bandwidth -- huge upgrade.
Samsung unveils the Next Evolution of the Gaming Display: HDMI 2.1 enabled 4K 120FPS gaming.
LG's new 2019 OLED TVs are being teased, with all sets rocking new HDMI 2.1 ports that support 120FPS, 8K, and more.
HDMI 2.1 is here, has support for not only 10K resolution, but 8K60 and 4K120.
4K 120Hz, 8K 120Hz and 10K 120Hz - all included in HDMI 2.1 specification.
Which HDMI 2.1 monitor is best for you? 4K 120Hz is now an option for many gamers, ready for your next-gen GeForce or Radeon GPU.