Today has been Phillips the one that presented its new top-of-the-range monitor, the Evnia 49M2C8900. This stands out for making use of a huge panel QD OLED that allows you to come up with a desEsports Extrasultra panoramic. In this way, it is ideal for simulators, or for when you finish playing, to increase your productivity.
Philips Evnia 49M2C8900 Specifications
In this way, we find a monitor equipped with a panel QD OLED of none other than 49 inches. Due to its dimensions, it comes with a more than necessary curved desEsports Extraswith a radius 1800R. Regarding the resolution, we are facing a Double Quad HD, which translates into 5,210 x 1,440 pixels. To this is added a refresh rate of no less than 240hz.
This monitor comes with the certification Vesa ClearTM 13000. This is the highest certification in terms of evaluating motion blur. In this way, sharp images are promised even when playing at 240 Hz. Perhaps the most interesting thing is that it includes the exclusive function Ambiglow. Some LEDs on the back that will emit the same colors represented on the screen on the wall. This offers greater immersion both when playing games and watching movies or series. Additionally, to be more versatile, it includes a pair of surround speakers with a power of 30W.
Continuing with the relevant information, the Philips Evnia 49M2C8900 reaches a maximum brightness of 450 nits. This is accompanied by certification Display HDR True Black 400 to ensure a pleasant experience with deep blacks. This means that the black pixels have a brightness of 0.0005 nits. This allows for a greater viewing experience and contrast. The information of the panel is completed with coverage of the DCI-P3 color space at 99%; Adobe RGB at 125.2%; sRGB at 153.1%; and NTSC at 127.4%. Your response time is 0.03 milliseconds (0.03 ms GtG), and has an aspect ratio of 32:9.
Rest of the characteristics, availability and price
Finished with the information, it includes a kvm switch. This implies that it has multiple USB ports where to connect a mouse and keyboard. After doing so, you will be able to use the same pair of peripherals on several computers, all you need to do is press a button to move between the systems. Due to its enormous size, we also have the PIP to play several video sources at the same time and emulate that we have several independent monitors. You could not miss a certification that guarantees blue light reduction to reduce eyestrain. Neither is a VESA support in case you want to use an arm and leave all the desk space free.
As image synchronization technology we have the AMD FreeSync Premiumand we have three video inputs in the form of 2x HDMI 2.1 + 1x DisplayPort 1.4.
Let’s go to what matters, and that is that the Philips Evnia 49M2C8900 will be available for purchase as soon as mid next September. Of course, it will not be affordable at all, since we are talking about a recommended price of 1,899 euros.