Full HD resolution, up to 165Hz and FreeSync Premium for 3,206 pesos

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If you need a good touch laptop, Dell has for you the 5410 laptop with a historical minimum price that in addition to being two in one, it has Windows 11, Intel Core i7, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD for only 20,699 pesos of the 26,999 that it usually costs.

But if what you want is a good, nice and cheap gaming monitor, today we bring you the 23.8-inch ASUS TUF Gaming with FreeSync Premium and up to 165Hz for a great gaming experience. You can find it on Amazon Mexico for only 3,206 pesos.

ASUS TUF Gaming Monitor 23.8 inches and 165Hz

This product is sold and shipped by Amazon United Statesfor which they also have the benefits of free deliveries for all users Y faster deliveries If you have a membership of amazon prime.

In addition, it already includes the import costs which in our case were 680 pesosleaving the full price in 3,887 pesos, which may vary depending on your zip code. You can also choose to pay it to six months without interest and even add damage coverage for up to 3 years if you wish.

The ASUS TUF Gaming monitor count with one panel 23.8-inch IPS with resolution Full HD and up to 165Hz to enhance the gaming experience. It also includes technology AMD FreeSync Premium and Shadow Boost to enhance dark areas while gaming for higher framerate performance.

This monitor also has Asus Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) that enables 1 millisecond response time, as well as sharper, brighter images in games. In terms of connectivity we have two HDMI portsa DisplayPort, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

ASUS TUF Gaming monitor 23.8 inches

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