#DarkMatter #GamingMonitor #XboxSeriesS #Review
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The time has come to share my thoughts on the last item of the Dark Matter brand I have in my possession, the 42771 Gaming monitor. This 1080P monitor features a high refresh rate and awesome colors great for PC gamers and next-gen console owners looking to get into competitive games or have smoother performance on their systems. While I am sad I can’t quite showcase the result like it was in person I hope my words can help smooth over the rough recordings thanks to my limited equipment.
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DarkMatter GamingMonitor XboxSeriesS Review