DSP25 Pro is a 24.5" extra slim frameless monitor that incorporates LED backlighting. Designed entirely in black, its thin design invites to a total immersion in the game. Its size also makes it perfect for a multi-screen configuration, and can be anchored to the wall thanks to its VESA mounting system, maximizing the space of the gaming desk or table.

This Ozone monitor has a robust base that allows it to be turned, rotated and tilted, so that it can be adapted to the most comfortable position or that is needed at any time. DSP25 Pro is a monitor that can be tilted and rotated to both sides, being able to also adjust the height, adjusting to the most ideal angle to improve performance.

In addition, this elegant Full HD frameless monitor is perfect for enjoying the gaming experience, enveloping you and taking you to the battlefield, promoting concentration and achieving maximum view of the field of the game.



At the back is where you will find the different buttons that allow you to adjust the brightness and contrast, among other features. You can also choose the color settings, selecting between the different modes included, such as game mode or FPS, in addition to choosing between the four sights that it incorporates.

This gaming monitor has two HDMI connectors and a Display Port 1.2 input, including both cables.

In addition, DSP25 Pro has an audio connection and also a USB connection to charge the different devices.


The DSP25 Pro monitor has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels FULL HD and also offers HDR compatibility, which provides a higher level of contrast between light and dark images.


No matter how fast the movement is during the game, with DSP25 Pro the image will be sharp at all times thanks to its incredible response time of 1 ms.


DSP25 Pro is saying goodbye to tearing and image blur, as it has a refresh rate of 144 Hz, which provides a smooth image in any game.


This Ozone monitor incorporates both AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync technology, which facilitate total synchronization between the images on the graph and those shown on the monitor.