AFTERSHOCK PC has firmly established itself as one of the premier brands locally for awesome-looking, high-performance PCs for enthusiasts and beginners alike. Offering attractive prices for attractive components, AFTERSHOCK PC is and remains a big hit with consumers. Now, the owners of the brand are branching out into another integral area of joining the PC master race, displays.

PRISM+ is a new standalone gaming monitor brand that will enter the market and offer “to bring the 144hz refresh standard to the masses at accessible prices, along with many other features typically exclusive to high-end gaming displays.” Launching with an initial three products at The IT Show (Booth 6610) this weekend, the specs of the two flagship displays are certainly impressive for the price point, here’s a look at the X340 and the X315.

PRISM+ X340: Total Visual Immersion

  • Size: 34-inch
  • Screen type: VA Curved R1800
  • Refresh Rate: 100hz @ 3440×1440 144hz at 2560×1440
  • Scale: 21:9
  • Resolution: WQHD 3440*1440
  • Viewing angle: 178°/178°
  • Brightness: 300cd/m2
  • Contrast: 3000:1
  • Display Colors: 16.7m
  • 3 Year Warranty

The X340 will have a special launch price of only S$899 (U.P S$1299).

PRISM+ X315: Value Gaming Display

  • Size: 31.5-inch
  • Screen type: VA Curved R1800 144HZ
  • Scale: 16:9
  • Resolution: FHD 1920*1080
  • Viewing angle: 178°/178°
  • Brightness(Typ): 300cd/m2
  • Contrast: 3000:1
  • Display Colors: 16.7m
  • Interface: HDMI, DVI, DP
  • Ultra Slim Bezel
  • VESA: 75*75 mm
  • 3 Years Warranty

Get your very own for just S$450 (U.P S$688) at launch!

The third is a 27-inch QHD flat monitor retailing for S$399 (S$539).

Find out more about PRISM via their Facebook page for the latest news and updates!


Oh, and they’re giving away a PRISM+ X315 this weekend via Facebook. Don’t miss out!


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