Philips announces its Evnia 34M2C8600 and 42M2N8900 OLED monitors
Phillips announced the launch of a new brand geared towards gamers, evniawhich debuts in our country with the launch of two monitors: the Philips Evnia 42M2N8900 and the Philips evnia 34M2C8600. These monitors are very high-end, and proof of this is that they use OLED panels with a high refresh rate, a low response time, and all this linked to a high resolution.
Both monitors are almost identical, with the occasional difference in panel size or color representation. Below, we detail the specifications of both monitors, in addition to their market availability, and the price at which it will arrive. Of course, we anticipate that despite using OLED technology, offer some prices attractive watching the trend of this OLED market.
This is what the top-of-the-range monitor Philips Evnia 42M2N8900 looks like
We start with the top-of-the-range monitor, built around a generous 42-inch OLED panel (41.54″) at 4K resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. This panel reaches a refresh rate of 138hz (with overclocking) seasoned with a response time of just 0.1 millisecond (0.1msGtG). This panel offers a typical contrast ratio of 1,500,000:1, and covers the color space DCI-P3 at 98.5%. Next to the NTSC space (110.3%), sRGB (131.3%) and Adobe RGB (93.6%).
Continuing with the information on the panel, it promises a maximum luminosity of 450 nits, a Mega Infinity DCR contrast for deep blacks, and an anti-reflective screen coating. We continue with the integration of a pair of 10W power speakers each (2x 10W), and three video inputs in the form of 2x HDMI 2.1 alongside a DisplayPort 1.4. We end up with access to 4x USB 3.2 + 1x USB-C ports. Its maximum energy consumption is 69.6W.
It should be noted that both monitors make use of Ambiglow technology on 3 sides (sides and top). This translates into some LEDs that expand the colors to the wall behind the monitor to give greater immersion when playing games or watching movies.
He Philips Evnia 42M2N8900 It is height-adjustable, swivel and tilt, and is compatible with VESA 100 x 100 mm mounts. It should already start to be available in stores for sale at a recommended price of 1,699 euros.
The Philips Evnia 34M2C8600 is also an option to consider
His little brother makes use of a panel QD OLEDwhich also has a size of 34 inches and a curved desEsports Extras1800R. The resolution drops to WQHD (3,440 x 1,440 pixels) but at 175hz. The contrast is reduced to 1,000,000:1, but maintains the response time of 0.1 millisecondsand the maximum luminosity of 450 nits. Unless you activate HDR (1,000 nits).
The panel information is completed by covering the color space DCI-P3 at 99.3%, NTSC 121.3%, sRGB at 148.8%, and Adobe RGB at 97.8%. The speakers are maintained, but they are from 5W power (2x 5W). Video connections and USB ports remain unchanged.
Both monitors have the KVM function to control two computers with the same pack of peripherals connected to the monitor. We also have PiP mode to load two image inputs simultaneously on the monitor. We continue with the LowBlue, EasyRea and Flicker Free modes to protect the view. The maximum consumption of this monitor will be 98.1W.
He Philips Evnia 34M2C8600 is now available for purchase at a recommended price of 1,299 euros.