Philips announces 55-inch 558M1RY gaming monitor for consoles
The product has 4K resolution and reaches 120Hz refresh rates
- Philips announces 55-inch 558M1RY gaming monitor for consoles
- The new product was specially developed to meet the needs of next-generation console players: Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5
- The monitor delivers 4K resolution and refreshes rate up to 120Hz
- It should start shipping for $ 1,500
Philips announced the “largest monitor optimized for console games”. The company says its product 558M1RY of 55 inches is the greatest option for players. It features specifications to meet the demanding audience. For example, a native resolution of 3840 x 2160, popularly known as 4K, and refresh rate of up to 120Hz, enough to run high-quality games.
The monitor was developed to serve the gamer audience of next generation consoles. The Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are expected to hit the market by the end of the year. To prepare for the launch of these devices, Philips launched a monitor option that can be combined for the best resolution in games.
Philips 558M1RY connectivity specifications:
DisplayPort 1.4 x 1
HDMI 2.0 x 3
USB-B x 1 (upstream),
USB 3.2 x 4 (downstream with 2 fast charge BC 1.2)
– Sync Input :
– Audio (Input / Output):
Official product website – Monitor Philips 558M1RY
The company says that the new Philips 558M1RY monitor features Bowers & Wilkins audio technology, bringing a 40W speaker directly to the monitor. The goal is to improve the audio quality of the equipment’s native sound, without the need for headphones. Despite this, there is still an audio port, for when users prefer to use a targeted option.
In addition, Philips has also improved the lighting system. The monitor has some lights in the design with the Ambiglow effect. which casts colored lights in different directions from the rear of the product. In this way, the lights reflect on the wall, or in another environment where the equipment is installed.
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