The Armada 25 and Armada 27 gaming displays from HyperX are officially released. This set of mid-range monitors from the HP-owned business aims to thrive at a time when gaming displays appear to be in vogue. \n \nA 24.5-inch, 1080p gaming monitor with an IPS display, the HyperX Armada 25 has a suggested retail price of $449. The professional player who has to be tuned in at all moments in games like Valorant or Call of Duty: Warzone is the intended audience for this monitor's 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms GtG reaction time. \n \nWith its $500 27-inch 1440p display and 165Hz refresh rate, the Armada 27 gives PC gamers a wider gaming experience. \n \nThe desk ergonomics and display features of the larger Armada 27 are similar to those of its 24-inch sibling. Additionally, the Armada 27 supports HDR400, but the Armada 25 does not. \n \nThese G-Sync-compliant Armadas come with desk mounts, which are unusual but will free up some valuable desk space. If you'd like to set up a stylish twin monitor setup or simply want a little more freedom, HyperX sells extra arm mounts. \n \nBoth of these displays from HyperX are priced in the midst of a competitive marketplace that also includes Asus, Acer, and Dell products. \n \nAlthough it should be noted that the Armada monitors don't appear to have built-in speakers, so if you intend to stop wearing a headset, you may need to purchase a good set. \n \nIt's intriguing that HyperX decided against announcing a 4K Armada edition and instead chose to stick with the more typical PC gaming specifications. However, if you're set on a 4K gaming monitor, fear not—we've compiled a list of some of our favorites. \n \nThe HyperX Armada 25 and Armada 27 will go on sale next month for $449 and $499, respectively, and come with extra mounts.