If we told you about two new monitors from the Newskill Icarus family a few days ago, one more member has been added to it today, the Newskill Icarus IC24VAF165, which personally appears to be a huge success, because, represents an important step to facilitate access to curved screen technology for users with tight budgets and/or small spaces, but who want to enjoy the immersive experience that these screens provide.
And it is that this new curved screen Newskill Icarus provides us with a choice based on a 23.6-inch VA panel with FullHD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) and a 16: 9 aspect ratio. As a result, we’re talking about a screen that, due to its size, fits nicely even in locations where the most panoramic versions, which, of course, require a significantly bigger space for placement.
In terms of features, we’re talking about Newskill Icarus, so we can already get used to the idea that we’re talking about a screen that is more than ideal for gaming due to technical specs and performance. Thus, we’re talking about a display with a refresh rate of 165 hertz and a response time of just one MPRT nanosecond, ensuring a nearly instantaneous response between our actions and their depiction on the screen.
In terms of technology, the Newskill Icarus is G-Sync and FreeSync compliant, which means it can make use of graphics card technologies to increase image quality and screen response. Furthermore, it features Overdrive anti-ghosting technology to combat the terrible effect of ghosting, which promises that we will not have to suffer from this unpleasant effect no matter how quick the action is when we are playing.
Because of its size, this curved Newskill Icarus appears to be a very good solution for both tiny areas and arrangements with several monitors where we desire a screen that delivers a more immersive experience. An effect that, when combined with a positional sound system, whether via headphones or speakers and a subwoofer, can give a very intriguing experience.
The curved Newskill Icarus IC24VAF165 is now available for purchase on the Newskill website, and one of its key advantages is its low pricing.