Phillips announced the launch of two new gaming monitors, the Momentum 27M1F5500P and momentum 27M1F5800both equipped with 27-inch Nano IPS panel as well as the AMD FreeSync Pro image synchronization technology. Beyond the technology of the panel, its size and its design, they are not at all identical.
Philips Momentum 27M1F5500P achieves a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels with a refresh rate of 240Hz (144 Hz via HDMI) with a response time of 1 millisecond (1ms GtG), covers 98% DCI-P3 color space, 111.6% NTSC, 131.9% sRGB and 92.9% Adobe RGB. It has a typical contrast of 1000:1 and a peak brightness of 450nitsalthough it is stated that it has DisplayHDR 600, so it should reach the 600nits in HDR mode.
Philips Momentum 27M1F5800 It already ups the ante by offering a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels with a refresh rate of 144Hz retain the rest of the specifications of the previous model, except that it covers 84.8% of the NTSC color space; 100% sRGB and 93.1% Adobe RGB. Here now come into play 2x HDMI 2.1 ports (vs 2x 2.0) thinking of next-gen consoles, as well as 2x DisplayPort 1.4, in addition to also offering four USB 3.2 portstwo of them charging quickly, just like its little brother.
Both monitors can be adjusted for height, tilt, or swivel, and will go on sale later this month at prices around 629 euros for the 27M1F5500P (2K @ 240 Hz) and about 749 euros for the 27M1F5800 (4K at 144 Hz).
“Our new Philips Momentum gaming monitors are loaded with features designed specifically to give gamers everything they need to get the most out of the most dynamic and visually rich video games on the market. With the 27M1F5500P and 27M1F5800, gamers are sure to enjoy the highest intensity gaming available thanks to a number of high-performance features that deliver stunning graphics and smooth, lightning-fast, low-latency gameplay,” said César Acosta, Chief Product Officer for Europe from MMD Monitors & Displays.