The new generation of consoles is about to arrive, bringing a wealth of new features, as well as bombastic image quality. However, it seems that the players have not yet realized how much things are going to change … But Philips knows, and is already preparing for what is coming.
PS5 + Xbox Series X? Same as UltraWide resolutions, of course!
Therefore, we already know that the new generation of consoles aims to reach well beyond 60 FPS, while also wanting to play with the high-end PCs when reaching 4K and 8K resolution. So far so good, but the PC world has been running away from the 16: 9 standard for many years, betting more and more on UltraWide resolutions, something that immensely changes the player's immersion, especially in games like Call of Duty or similar, where we get to see much more of the playing field.
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Well, we are talking about something that will also be supported in the next generation of consoles, although almost no one talks about it. What do you think of a PS5 or Xbox Series X connected to a 34 ”Ultra Wide 21: 9 monitor?
It's just that in a curious way, Philips just unveiled its new monitor 345M1CR, a new UltraWide gaming monitor that was not made for the PC world … It was designed and designed for the new consoles! Thus, we are talking about a device capable of reaching 3440 x 1440 resolution at 144Hz with a response time of 4ms (1ms with Motion Blur reduction mode).
Philips' goal with this monitor is to take players to a new gaming experience in the world of consoles!
For that we have support for HDR and Philips Flicker-Free technology, so you can play all night without any worries. In addition, we have two HDMI 2.0 inputs, two DisplayPort inputs, as well as 4 USB 3.2 inputs.
Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
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