Microsoft previewed a range of new monitors coming later this year with support for all the important features of HDMI 2.1, including 4K resolution, 120Hz, variable refresh rate (VRR), and varying degrees of HDR.
Philips Momentum 559M1RYV 55 monitor – $1,600 this summer
Microsoft helped develop the upcoming 55-inch 4K monitor this summer and comes with HDMI 2.1, and it’s one of the best HDR-supported monitors, as well as AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology for Xbox, with speakers built into the bottom of Bowers development & Wilkins.
ASUS Strix Xbox Edition XG43UQ 43 Monitor – Releases October, $1,400
The monitor is primarily intended for video games and comes in a 43-inch size with support for 4K resolution, 144Hz rate, HDMI 2.1 port, with dedicated picture mode for Xbox and support for FreeSync Premium Pro and HDR technology.
Acer Xbox Edition XV282K KV 28 Monitor – This Fall $950950
The smallest screen, available at 28″ with 4K support, limited HDR support, with HDMI 2.1 connections for Xbox Series X | S, 144Hz, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology, and comes with a built-in KVM switch that makes switching between multiple inputs a breeze without changing connections, as the keyboard and mouse can be connected directly to the monitor without restrictions.
It is noteworthy that the past hours have seen rumors that Kojima is working on an Xbox exclusive cloud game.
I always look for a good story, perfect script, and exciting plot in any video game, and I don’t mind playing competitive games with innovative and exciting ideas.
Note: The content of this news was written by Saudi Gamer It does not express an opinion Egypt today But it was transferred with its content as it is from Saudi Gamer We are not responsible for the content of the news and the custody of the aforementioned source.