The Philips 279M1RV with with Gaming Features for Xbox Series X goes on sale

9 September 2021, 16:54:48

The Philips 279M1RV with with Gaming Features for Xbox Series X goes on saleThe Philips 279M1RV gaming monitor is from the brand's Momentum series, the smaller sibling of the Philips 329M1RV. The new model arrives with Gaming Features for Xbox Series X certification. It supports up to 144Hz via the DisplayPort, HDMI, and USB-C inputs, and in console mode, it supports 4K@120Hz. The Philips 279M1RV features a 27-inch Nano IPS display with a 4K resolution. It covers 133% of the sRGB, 110.1% of the Adobe RGB, and 98% of the DCI-P3 color spaces. With a typical brightness of 450 nits, it also bears a VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification. Philips specifies 1 ms GTG response time as well. It is also certified as being NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible and arrives with a 4-sided Ambiglow for an even more immersive experience. The ergonomic options of the monitor include up to 130 mm of height adjustment, +/-30 degrees of swivel, -5 to 20 degrees of tilt. The connectivity comprises three HDMI 2.1 ports (VRR and HFR), DisplayPort 1.4, a USB Type-C port with 65W power delivery and DP Alt Mode, USB Type-B upstream port, and four USB 3.2 Type-A ports. A headphone jack, as well as two 5W speakers with DTS Sound, are also on board. The Philips Momentum 279M1RV is priced around EUR 950.

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