Guntermann & Drunck Promotes Gaming Pedigree

Guntermann & Drunck (G&D) says it offers professional gamers the perfect eSports experience including crystal-clear full HD resolutions with 240 Hz frame rates and without any noticeable latency.

For a perfect gaming experience, eSports pros need the highest possible frame rates and lowest latency to be able to play smoothly.

“With KVM systems from G&D, powerful and noisy computer technology can be moved from gaming areas or arenas into separate equipment rooms,” the firm explains. “Computers can be kept in a secure and temperature-controlled room to prevent overheating. Nonetheless, gamers can still operate their computers in real time and at full power – without any loss of quality and over distances up to 10,000 m. Gamers will no longer be bothered by the cluttering of computer consoles and distracting fan noises surrounding them while engaging in high-octane gaming.”

With G&D DP1.2 devices, gamers can run full HD resolutions with high frame rates up to 240 Hz. Crystal clear 1080p resolutions with virtually no delay will support them in their gaming exploits. G&D DP1.2 products are also able to transmit 2K resolutions of 2560×1440 with 144Hz. An entire range of KVM systems such as the extenders DP1.2-Vision, DP1.2-VisionXG, DP1.2-Vision-IP, or the KVM switches DP1.2-MUX, DP1.2-MUX-NT, DP1.2-MUX3-ATC as well as the DP1.2-Splitter are the first line of defence against lagging displays and suboptimal resolution.

Since the products support transparent USB 2.0, it is possible to even extend the latest gaming keyboards and mice that are not HID-compliant – because of the additional keys and mini-displays – via KVM matrix.

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