Three new models in the Philips M3000 gaming monitor series combine a high refresh rate, fast response time and very low input lag. Two of them are available now, the third from March.
Philips monitors: Gaming at a high level
They promise even more gaming fun for PC and console, and they don’t cost a thing: the three new Philips monitors have a screen diagonal of 27 inches, the equivalent of 68.5 centimeters (cm) and have a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels Due to the high refresh rate of 165 Hertz (Hz), fast-moving objects are also displayed sharply on the monitor. If gamers connect the monitor to a console, 120Hz is still possible. Another factor for a crisp, streak-free gaming experience is the lowest possible response time. This is the amount of time it takes for pixels to change color. Response time for all three models is just one millisecond.
Intense colors, intense games
All three monitors are equipped with a technology called “Ultra Wide Color Gamut”, which ensures a wide color spectrum and thus rich colors. Furthermore, the SmartContrast function should even be able to reproduce details in deep black. Finally, the wide viewing angle provides an overview even when looking at what’s going on from the side. And if the gaming session lasts a bit longer, Low Blue mode and special Flicker-Free technology ensure flicker-free images and thus prevent eye strain and headaches. For optimal display alignment and overall ergonomic setup, models 27M1N3200VA and 27M1N3200ZA also tilt, swivel, swivel, and height adjust
Home office, gaming, or graphics: which monitor is best for whom depends on usage.
The 27M1N3200VS and 27M1n3200VA models are now available for 269 and 279 euros, respectively. The only model with an IPS panel (27M1N3200ZA) will appear in March 2022 and will cost 309.00 euros.
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