The Philips 42M2N8900 from the Evnia 8000 collection is a big OLED show designed to offer an distinctive degree of immersion for video games and flicks. It’s primarily based on the usage of a 41.5-inch LG Show WRGB OLED panel with a decision of 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD) and an anti-glare matte display floor.
The monitor helps 138Hz (120Hz + delicate manufacturing unit overclocking) and Adaptive-Sync refresh price, permitting you to make use of VRR applied sciences comparable to Nvidia G-SYNC Suitable and AMD FreeSync with a VRR vary of 48-138Hz and LFC vary. The monitor additionally has a 15m:1 static distinction ratio, 178°/178° viewing angles and 10-bit shade help. It’s “flicker-free” with a brightness of 135 cd/m² (450 cd/m² peak) and a shade gamut of 98.5% DCI-P3 (93.6% Adobe RGB, 131.3% sRGB). The monitor additionally features a Low Blue Mild (LBL) setting for a extra comfy viewing expertise and an sRGB emulation setting with a specified DeltaE <2. The monitor is able to responding to HDR10 content material with elevated brightness pulses, 10-bit shade and a beneficiant DCI-P3 gamut.
The monitor additionally contains a 0.1ms gray-to-gray response time and “Low Enter Latency”. It additionally has quite a lot of Ambiglow RGB LEDs on the again, high and sides, in addition to a customizable OSD that runs from middle to backside and vertically from the underside of the underside bezel. This characteristic creates a particular mild “halo” across the monitor, illuminating partitions and tables for added atmosphere. The stand presents tilt, swivel and peak (120 mm or 4.72 inches) adjustment with an alternatively supported 100 x 100 mm VESA mount. Ports face down and embrace; AC energy enter (inside energy converter), 2 HDMI 2.1 ports, DP 1.4, USB-C (90W PD, DP Alt Mode, upstream information), 4 USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports (plus Kind-B upstream) and three.5 mm audio output. 2 x 10W down-firing DTS audio system are included for doubtlessly fairly wealthy and highly effective sound output. The monitor helps KVM for simple show enter switching between 2 programs and USB peripheral change.