Doughthe world’s first community-driven gaming hardware manufacturer, announces its Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz gaming monitor before. The display is available worldwide in both matt and glossy versions.
Of the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz convinces with individually calibrated color spectra and exemplary refresh rates. Thanks to compatibility with systems such as AMD FreeSync Pro and NVIDIA G-SYNC, the Dough Spectrum 4K ready for all imaginable applications. It features integer upscaling perfect for retro games, a framerate counter overlay, and crosshair overlay options to ensure every game looks and runs at its best.
Of the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz Glossy Gaming Monitor is a first in the industry. It features a high-gloss finish that complements the monitor’s wide color gamut and any gameplay scene. Due to interest from the monitor community Dough additional research and development time is invested to further improve the performance of the HDR display. The result is clearer, brighter gameplay and exceptionally rich colors.
Dough is committed to crowd development and advocates the idea that better products are created through input from fans. When developing these gaming monitors, the company took the community’s opinion into account both when working on the technical details and the design. Dough works hand in hand with a community of gaming enthusiasts who are passionate about contributing their ideas to create the best product for them. Over 2,000 community members have responded to the Project Spectrum call for feedback.
“With Dough we are committed to always delivering the best user experience. Our goal is to create a product that revolutionizes the way gamers enjoy their games,” says Rob, Product Manager at Dough. “Of the Spectrum 4k 144Hz is an example of our relentless commitment to excellence, and we look forward to sharing that progress with millions of players worldwide. We are committed to not only meeting but exceeding all expectations of our products, especially in our community.”
Of the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz supports the 100×100 mm VESA Mounting Interface standard as well as the optional Spectrum Stand. This peripheral supports a wide range of adjustments with options to tilt the monitor between +23° and -7°, raise or lower it by 122 mm or even change it of perspective with a 90° shift from horizontal to vertical.
Technical data and properties at a glance:
- 4K 3840×2160 resolution
- 144Hz refresh rate
- Dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1
- HDR up to 750 nits brightness
- AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
- NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible
- VESA certified AdaptiveSync
- 98% DCI-P3 factory calibrated color accuracy
- 27″ IPS display without frame
- Video input via two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4 port, two USB Type-C ports and an integrated USB hub
Of the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz costs from €949 and is now available from DOUGH.tech. Of the Spectrum QHD 280Hz is also now commercially available.
For more information on the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz and Spectrum QHD 280Hz, visit: The Dough community can connect on Facebook, Twitter and Discord can be connected. A dedicated website, Dough Gaming Corner, features photos from the community of fans using Spectrum monitors.
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