Saturday, December 10

This new Philips monitor is a gaming beast | Digital Trends Spanish


Philips It has just introduced a new range of products aimed at gamers, called Evnia, and the first arrival will be a stunning mini-LED gaming monitor.

The Philips Evnia display promises to deliver a high refresh rate combined with ultra-bright visuals, all packaged in a neat aesthetic that deviates from the usual gamer design. Philips also has several other Evnia brand products coming soon.

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Comprised of a range of monitors, mice, keyboards and headsets, Philips Evnia is supposed to take a more inclusive approach to gaming. Philips aims to dispel the notion that gaming is reserved for just one group of people. While this is a sentiment shared by most gaming brands these days, it’s true that new Philips products have a different design language than many, clearly deviating from the “gamer aesthetic” we’re all drawn to. we have accustomed

Philips opted for the design of the first Evnia product to be launched, the 34M2C7600MV. The name is quite a mouthful, but the product itself sounds quite interesting. With a mix of whites and grays, as well as a strong build, the screen stands tall and differs from most other gaming monitors. It looks somewhat like the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9, but while Samsung went with a more futuristic approach, Philips is sticking with something that can suit different types of interior design.

The 34-inch Evnia Display is an ultra-wide curved Quad HD mini-LED monitor. It has a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 and is HDR1400 certified, promising a lot of brightness. This is supported by the use of mini LEDs, with a total of 1,152 zones, allowing for deep contrasts and rich colours. While Philips heavily emphasized the visual side of things, it did add a 165Hz refresh rate to make the display workable for all sorts of games.

Philips Evnia gaming monitor.
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Philips has also teased future additions to the lineup, starting with multiple monitors. There’s a 42-inch flat OLED display, a 34-inch curved QD OLED display, and a smaller 27-inch curved VA display, all set to arrive in January 2023. In June 2023, Philips will also expand the range with some peripherals. , including two keyboards, two headsets, two mice, and a mouse pad. All the products continue to have impossible-to-remember names.

As for the mini-LED monitor, that’s coming very soon. It will be available from December. Unfortunately, the price is just as impressive as the screen itself: expect to shell out $1,800 if you want to get your hands on it.

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