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[kitguru] - New 144 Hz Philips Gaming Monitor Debuts at IFA

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The display expert MMD, a leading technology business and the brand license partner for Philips monitors, will be unveiling its exciting new 61 cm (24″) Full HD monitor for the ultimate viewing experience in gaming at the Philips booth no 101 in hall 22. The 144 Hz gaming monitor boasts an incredibly fast 144 Hz refresh rate and ultra-short pixel response time of only one millisecond for lag-free, real-time gaming experiences. Discerning gamers will be completely won over by the numerous features this state-of-the-art display comes with including, for example, the specifically developed remote control.

The 144 Hz gaming monitor is already available for purchase at a price of 329 £ (including VAT).




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But will it have better colors than the cheaper Asus and BenQ?
 
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But will it have better colors than the cheaper Asus and BenQ?
Good colours? From a TN?
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But will it have better colors than the cheaper Asus and BenQ?

This^ if it doesn't then there's no point to get it.
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TN, nuff said.
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Why does all this gamer stuff come with cabled desk doodads? I have enough doodads on my desk as it is...
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This would be exciting if it were 1440p @ 144hz.
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Why does all this gamer stuff come with cabled desk doodads? I have enough doodads on my desk as it is...

You can never have enough doodads.
    
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Good colours? From a TN?

Whats with the hate to TN monitors?
They can actually be very good and accurate once calibrated currently. And its more than enough for gaming experience.
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Whats with the hate to TN monitors?
They can actually be very good and accurate once calibrated currently. And its more than enough for gaming experience.
This. I went from a 1200p IPS samsung monitor and really didn't notice any difference in quality once calibrated. You'd have to put the monitors side by side for me to care.

Also, these monitors are for performance. If you want smooth 100+ fps gameplay, you get this monitor.

If you want quality, get a 1440p ips monitor.

Either way, both will require CF/SLI to get the most out of it unless you just want a cheap 1080p IPS, in which case go for it.
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