As part of its Designed for Xbox program, Microsoft announced the first three gaming monitors optimized for the Xbox Series X / S gaming console. As noted in the Xbox Wire blog post, Microsoft worked with Acer, ASUS, and Philips to develop a gaming monitor that fully Leverages Xbox Series X / S hardware, supports HDMI 2.1 and higher resolutions, and supports frequencies. .. Xbox Label Design introduces three monitors: Philips Momentum Gaming Monitor, ASUS Strix Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor, and Acer Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor. All three will launch this year and will include AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology. This will reduce screen clatter, 4K resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate. ‘
The Philips Momentum gaming monitor measures 55 inches and is described as a “TV and soundbar combined into one” monitor. It has a dedicated Xbox picture mode, which means that gamers can obtain high-contrast HDR through the VESA-certified DisplayHDR 1000 to achieve local dimming and maximum brightness. This will be the first display of the three products and is expected to be launched in the summer with a retail price of up to $1,600. ASUS’ ROG Strix Xbox Edition is a 43-inch gaming monitor with a dynamic image response time of over 1 millisecond. The monitor jointly developed by ASUS and the Designed for Xbox team is said to be the best monitor for color, contrast, and tone settings when connected to X/S series game consoles. ASUS ROG Strix Xbox Edition will be launched sometime in October this year; pricing will depend on the region, but in the United States, it will cost $1,400.
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A total of three monitors have been released as design labels for the Xbox: Philips Momentum Gaming Monitor, ASUS Strix Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor, and Acer Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor. All three will launch this year and will include AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology. This will reduce screen clatter, 4K resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate. ‘
Acer’s Xbox version of the gaming monitor is 28 inches, and Xbox claims it is one of the first TUV/Eyesafe certified monitors, which means it will minimize the eye strain of gamers. Acer’s display is the most affordable, retailing at US$950, and will be launched this fall. The news was released after Microsoft announced the development of the Xbox ecosystem, but still made its Xbox hardware a “flagship experience.” In addition to the new gaming monitor designed for Xbox, the technology giant has begun to think outside the box of traditional gaming hardware devices through Cloud Gaming, and integrate the experience into everyday technologies such as streaming media sticks and smart TVs.