Gradually, 4K gaming is becoming more standardized, leaving the use of Full HD resolutions as a thing of the past, but for this it is necessary that people have monitors and displays with 4K panels, as is the case. case with this Ozone IPS DSP28.
Ozone DSP28 IPS, general characteristics
|Model||Ozone DSP28 IPS|
|Aspect ratio||16: 9|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160 pixels|
|Horizontal / vertical viewing angle||178º / 178º|
|Brightness||350 cd / m²|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.0 and 1 x HDMI 1.4|
|Displayport||1.2 x 3|
|Refresh rate||60 Hz|
|Response time||4 ms|
|HDR support||If, 10 bits|
We are, as the name suggests, in front of a 28-inch monitor that uses an IPS panel. Its dimensions are 638mm wide by 369.22mm high and 42.7mm deep, with the monitor weighing 5kg but reaching 6.4kg at the foot of the same monitor. If you prefer to use a VESA mount to anchor the DSP 28 to the wall or a compatible mount, you can do so without the mount that comes standard with the monitor.
The DSP28 IPS has narrow bezels and has no bezel on its sides and top, so we can have an environment of multiple monitors reproducing the same common image, by placing another IPS DSP28 next to it.
4K IPS panel, HDR compatible and with G-SYNC and FreeSync
The fact that the panel is IPS allows a viewing angle of 178º / 178, so that the different parts of the screen represent the color adequately and evenly throughout the panel. Ozone DSP 28 IPS supports 100% of sRGB spaces and the 96% of DCI-P3 spaces, but where it stands out the most is in the HDR support, because it supports up to 10 bits of color per component.
This monitor stands out for its resolution, which is 4K in 16: 9 aspect ratio and so we have a panel with a resolution of 3840 pixels per row and 2160 pixels per column. Which is ideal for watching the latest generation movie and series content, as well as playing next generation consoles such as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
In the face of the game, your time offers its refresh rate is 60 Hz, which is great for a 4K monitor, but if you are looking for a high frequency monitor then this is not the model you would expect, to all of this you have to add a 4ms response time. It is therefore an ideal monitor for console and PC games in 4K.
In case you have an NVIDIA graphics card with G-SYNC support you can use it, if instead your graphics card is from AMD the good news is that this monitor also supports AMD FreeSync.
IPS Ozone DSP28 inputs and outputs
The DSP28 IPS has two HDMI inputs, two DisplayPort 1.2 inputs, and an audio mini-jack as an audio output. So we will be able to connect not only the PC but also a video game console, the monitor also comes with a remote control with a button configuration designed so that you can quickly change devices with just one press of the remote control.
One of the HDMI inputs is 1.4, so you won’t be able to play content at 4K and 60Hz if you connect a console or PC to it, so one of the HDMI ports is not for next-gen consoles or if you are using a graphics card capable of playing games in 4K. As for DisplayPort 1.2, we can get 4K resolution at 60Hz, so if you are going to connect the PC, we recommend that you do so through one of the display port ports.
Pricing and availability
The recommended retail price of the Ozone DSP28 IPS is $ 299.90 and It will be available on the market at the end of this month of April.