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240 Hz

The frame rate of some modern flat panel TVs. It is based on the same concepts as 120 Hz, except that there are more frames created in between the actual frames. See 120 Hz.
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The XG2560 is a 25-inch monitor with Full HD 1080p resolution, NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, and a 240Hz refresh rate.
That's a lower native rate than many gaming monitors have -- that LG 34UC89G we mentioned is 144Hz, up to 166Hz with overclocking, for example, and we've seen them as high as 240Hz (the Acer Predator XB272) -- but as good as any 65-inch TV on the market.
ASUS gaming monitors are at the forefront of gaming technology, with innovations like the first monitor offering a native refresh rate of up to 240Hz.
Although saying that frame rates for a new device could be higher than 60Hz is quite far from the 240Hz rate of the Apple Pencil, an upgrade from the current iPad's less than 60 to 30 frames would already mean a more responsive and lifelike experience when drawing on the display using the writing peripheral.
27 -- ASUS announced that they will be launching a new Gaming monitor in 2017 with a refresh rate of 240Hz and feature Nvidia's G-Sync technology.
Offering a beautiful 1080p panel and featuring a refresh rate of 240Hz, this is really good upgrade for your living room.
Kinematic and kinetic data were collected with a 9-camera Qualisys Oqus 300 motion capture system (Gothenburg, Sweden) at 240Hz and an AMTI force plate (AMTI, Inc.
LG 65 inch Class Ultra HD 4K 240Hz TV with Smart TV: AED
The impressive 75-inch big-screen 1080p 240Hz 3D slim LED TV retains the voice and gesture-based smart interaction features of its ES8000 series, but almost attains perfection in black levels and sharpness.
As the first fully integrated 240Hz Smart TV SoC, the HiDTV Fusion provides all the key technologies required for advanced home connectivity and for deploying over-the-top services.
With up to date photographic equipment and camera, traditional 240Hz refresh rate multiplexing LED panels cannot reach high end market anymore.
With refresh rates of 240Hz meaning next to no crosstalk, it also has the added bonus of wireless tech that lets you hook up to a home network and pump videos straight to it.