It is not always easy to choose a monitor to display your Xbox Series X | S to enjoy in the best conditions. Microsoft has thought about this and will soon be offering a badge that is reserved for the most efficient models. In addition, the label “Designed for Xbox” is back with three monitors to showcase your new console.
First and foremost, the Redmond company has formalized the imminent introduction of a badge called “Gaming Features For Xbox”. Monitors and televisions bearing this badge run in HDMI 2.1 (which allows 4K120 to be achieved) and benefit from variable refresh rate (VRR) and HDR. These are the main components of this generation of consoles and therefore they will be easier for you to recognize.
A perfect new TV for your Xbox Series X | S.
That’s not all, as Xbox also used the announcement to introduce three screens that benefit from the “Designed for Xbox” label. First, if you want a large diagonal for your living room, the Philips Momentum 559M1RYV 55 ”should do the job. This TV was developed in partnership with Microsoft and is designed to work seamlessly with your Xbox Series X | S cooperates. The screen is LCD and goes up to 4K120. Xbox is also promising a “picture” mode dedicated to these consoles. Among the on-board technologies, we find AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and the HDR 1000 display, which enables reduced latency and very high brightness. There is also said to be immersion with a built-in soundbar from Bowers & Wilkins and Ambiglow technology. Very popular with Philips TV owners, this system illuminates the edges of your TV according to the colors displayed on the screen. There can be.
Asus and Acer will be there to equip your offices
If you prefer to play on a desktop, these two models might be of interest to you. The ASUS Strix Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor XG43UQ 43 “is a 43” model with a response time of 1ms. You can play in 4K120 and enjoy brilliant colors thanks to the DisplayHDR 1000 certification.
Acer is not left out and will also offer a screen that can reach 4K120 with 1 ms response time. This is the Acer Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor XV282K KV 28 “and it will be smaller in size, which should help if you aren’t cluttered with desk space. The Taiwanese brand is proud to announce that this model will feature Acer Vision Care 3.0, a technology that aims to relieve your eyes while gaming. However, while this product looks very powerful, the usefulness of 4K on such a small platter can be doubted. In fact, 4K is generally present on larger screens, like the two above.
Level of availability and price, these three products will arrive later this year. The Phillips TV is being advertised for $ 1,599 for release this summer. Asus and Acer monitors will retail for $ 1,399 and $ 949.99, respectively, this fall. Like the Bang & Olufsen headphones released in April, these products are quite expensive. However, we can hope that these technologies will become more affordable in the years to come.