Both the Xbox Series X and PS5 boast that they will be able to move games to a solution. 4K and 120 FPS; Obviously, for this we will need a monitor that supports both adjustment and refresh rate, and so far without some very high (and expensive) TVs, there were no PC monitors that supported these features under the new HDMI quality. 2.1.
Eve Spectrum with HDMI 2.1, compatible with the following console
We've talked about Eve Spectrum earlier, as announced in October last year but sold (500) units, selling out soon. Now this crowdfunding watch is back to pre-order, and take advantage of the chance to meet proudly in line with the next comforters with a level of resolution and a level of refreshment.
Remember that the Eve Spectrum is available in three variants with a price range of 488 euros in its cheapest version to 728 euros more expensive. Let's go see them.
Eve Spectrum QHD 144 Hz
This is a cheap model. It has a 27-inch diagonal with a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels) with a conversion rate between 48 and 144 Hz, compatible with G-Sync and FreeSync Premium Pro, with a response time of 1 ms. In this case, its panel is IPS and is certified by the DisplayHDR 400, which has 450 full-light colors.
Eve Spectrum QHD 240 Hz
In this mid-range model, the screen has the same size and resolution, but its refresh rate is 48 to 240 Hz, and is compatible with G-Sync and FreeSync Premium Pro. Its response time is 1 ms despite its IPS (Oxide) panel, and in this case it has a DisplayHDR 600 certificate with over 750 light.
Eve Spectrum 4K 144 Hz
The highest-grade model has the same screenshot as before (with IPS Oxide) but its traditional resolution is 4K pixels (3840 x 2160). Its refresh rate in this case is 48 to 144 Hz and the DisplayHDR 600 is guaranteed with up to 750 ambient light levels. This is the exact monitor they are considering that will be ready for comfort because the only HDMI 2.1 with 4K resolution is 144 Hz.
Monitor for comfort?
Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X boast undesirable features, since we have to be able to play at 4K resolution with 120 FPS or Full HD with a resolution of 240 Hz, and in fact even though the game console is thought to be used. in the living room and TV, there are no television channels in the market that give us these features and are even less receptive to the HDMI 2.1 standard.
That's why Eve Spectrum says not only is it the first PC in HDMI 2.1, but it's a great option to use for next-generation consoles because, in addition, it has enough video input to actually have PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X all connected at the same time.
Remember that Eve Spectrum is now in the booking phase again, if you want to get one you can do it through the website.