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Philips gaming monitor has become sympathetic

The manufacturer’s crosshairs were primarily controllers, among other things, three 2.1 HDMI peeks into the back of the sleek-looking novelty.

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Last month, we announced news of the Philips gaming monitor for the next generation of Xbox owners, which guarantees 4K resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate. About 279M1RV. Meanwhile, the screen has also received a brother, which already appears on the 31.5-inch screen, and in elegant style 329M1RV Laughs.


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The 80cm surround-sound, fixed-contrast IPS panel of 1000:1 also promises a native 3840 x 2160 pixel display this time – along with the aforementioned 144Hz – with a maximum brightness of 500 cd/m², 1 GDG response time In milliseconds, AMD with its Premium and NVIDIA G-Sync compatible technology and 1.07 billion colors, aims to make itself more attractive to potential buyers. Adding to the story, the SRGB, NTSC, and Adobe RGB color spaces were covered by 124, 113, and 111 percent, respectively.


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VESA DisplayHDR 400 is rewarded with a great I/O angle, because it doesn’t have a USB Type-C connector (and a physical standard audio jack) that supports DisplayPort 1.4 mode, DisplayPort and 65W of power. Less than three HDMI 2.1 inputs, as well as four USB 3.2 ports, two of the latter can be charged quickly.

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It features a two-device PbP function, the sole of the solution is adjustable except for pivot direction, and the 100 x 100mm VESA slots are also missing from the fuzzy rear sprinkled with ambient lights. The product, which typically consumes 58.9W and is powered by two 5W DTS certified amplifiers, can of course be used in 120Hz console mode, and the OSD menu also includes Hungarian. A 900-pound box will be affixed to the case of the model that will debut in November.

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