Philips introduced a gaming monitor with a diagonal of 55 inches. Who is bigger?

MMD introduced two new modelsmonitors in the Momentum line. The first new monitor is the 55-inch 558M1RY, the largest of a series of optimized game consoles. The second is the 27-inch 278M1R, designed for e-sports.

558M1RY Monitor Gives Games a Brand Newmeasurement: it boasts 4K UHD resolution, refresh rates up to 120 Hz, Bowers & Wilkins special speaker and Ambiglow backlight that illuminates the area around the screen. The 278M1R is Philips' first monitor designed solely for the needs of eSports players. It is equipped with a 27-inch matrix and meets the HDR Ready standard.

The 55-inch model will be available for sale at the end of June 2020, and the 27-inch model in July.

The 558M1RY monitor is a complete integratedA solution for exciting games and other entertainment. The gamer will be able to fully immerse himself in the game thanks to the 55-inch screen and Ambiglow three-way illumination. The monitor impresses with UltraClear 4K UHD resolution (3840 × 2160 pixels) and complies with the DisplayHDR 1000 standard. Users will be able to customize HDR to their preferences using the following modes: “HDR game”, “HDR movie”, “HDR photo” and “ Personal HDR ”, and if desired, HDR can be completely disabled.

With a static contrast ratio of 4000:1 games, TV shows and films will look impressive, with deep ink black and stunning colors. Low input latency means that gamers will receive instant visual feedback, and the effects will be displayed without jerks and with reduced motion blur due to a refresh rate of 60-120 Hz (depending on the port used) and AMD FreeSync technology.

Model with a 55-inch display is equipped with a soundbarcreated by Bowers & Wilkins, a UK-based speaker company known worldwide for its innovative sound developments. A sound bar is integrated into the monitor, so users do not need to connect additional equipment. The soundbar has a total output power of 40 watts, is equipped with a 2.1-channel sound system, DTS sound and is capable of reproducing sound in the frequency range from 50 Hz to 20 kHz. The device is also equipped with several sound modes designed for gamers, such as “Sports and Racing”, “RPG and Adventure”, “Action”, as well as “Film”, “Music” and personal mode.

Ambiglow immersive technology allowsvisually enlarge the screen and immerse the gamer in the game. This technology processes the displayed content and projects a glow, the color of which matches the color of the image. The 558M1RY is equipped with Ambiglow illumination on three sides, giving the user a greater immersion effect than ever before.

Philips console console game monitorMomentum with 55-inch 4K UHD screen, DisplayHDR 1000 technology, 60-120 Hz refresh rate, 4 ms (GtG) delay, low input delay 2.5 ms when connected via HDMI and 1.5 ms via DP, Adaptive-Sync and sound Bowers & wilkins

278M1R is Philips' first productMonitors optimized for eSports, in particular for first-person shooters, action games and racing. The compact 27-inch display is the smallest monitor in the lineup. The 278M1R is equipped with a 130-mm stand with adjustable tilt of -5 / 20 ° and rotation (+ -33 °), which makes it easy to adjust its location for optimal eye comfort. Branded Ambiglow lighting is located on all four sides of the monitor, turning it into a central element of the entire gaming system.

4K resolution panel, 60 Hz refresh rateand a response time of 1 ms (with the ability to adjust up to 4 ms GIG) and a small input delay - 278M1R is designed specifically for fans of competitive games. The minimum delay between the actions of the user and what he sees on the screen makes the gameplay smooth, and the feedback is fast. This provides players with an advantage over rivals.

The two HDMI 2.0 sockets that the 278M1R is equipped with make high-speed connection of several signal sources possible, and the sound is broadcast through the DTS Sound speakers (5 W x 2).

27-inch Philips Momentum console gaming console with 4K UHD, HDR Ready, 60 Hz refresh rate, 1 ms delay (MPRT), Adaptive-Sync and DTS Sound technologies.

The characteristics of both monitors allowuse them for modern console games, as well as for future generations of gaming devices. The 558M1RY model will be available at the end of June 2020 at an estimated price of 101,845 rubles, and the 278M1R monitor will be released in late July and will cost 35,203 rubles.

Source: Philips Press Release