Philips, one of the key players in the electronics market, introduced the new 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. With a 144 Hz refresh rate, the monitor can be the imaging tool needed by next-generation consoles.
The new generation consoles expected to be released this year, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are also following many users. When we look at forums or social media platforms on the Internet, many players discuss which monitor or television they should use with these consoles.
Philips can answer these questions with its new curved screen. The company's new player monitor 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide embodies almost all the features players will want.
144 Hz refresh rate and high resolution:
First of all, it is worth noting that the monitor is quite large. The 34-inch monitor has a 144Hz refresh rate and is 2.4 times faster than a standard monitor. The aspect ratio of the monitor, which comes with the anti-glare coating, was also announced as 21: 9 .
The standard response time of the monitor is 4 ms. Moving Image Response Time (MPRT) is only 1 ms. The 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide has a brightness level of 300 cd / square meter. So the dynamism that will be required for the games is available on this monitor.
The monitor has HDR support. Owners of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will be able to enjoy 3440 x 1440 resolution using this player monitor . The monitor has 2 DisplayPort and 2 HDMI 2.0 inputs. Although there is no 4K resolution, the monitor takes this shortcoming with other features.
Screen that protects the eyes:
In addition to the anti-glare feature mentioned earlier, the monitor has Flicker - Free technology, which aims to protect the eyes for long-term use . The eyes can be damaged by the vibration in the LED lighting for more than 4 hours of use. Thanks to this technology, eye protection is provided.
Philips has not released the release date of the new 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide monitors at this time . However, it is possible to expect that this device will already be on the shelves when new consoles enter the market.