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Philips Momentum The World's First Xbox Monitor

Philips Momentum Xbox Monitor

Monitors & Displays Holding B.V. (‘MMD'), Philips’ monitor license partner unveils the world's first Designed Xbox console gaming monitor. Philips Momentum is designed for Xbox gaming monitors created from the ground up for Xbox fans.

Philips Momentum Xbox Monitor

To take things a step further, MMD collaborated with Xbox to optimize these "Designed for Xbox" displays to give the best verified Xbox Series X performance from the time they are plugged in. Not to be outdone by Playstation aficionados, the Philips Momentum is also suitable for playing PS5 games via HDMI 2.1 technology, maximizing the entertainment experience with 4K visuals and 120Hz refresh rates on PS5-exclusive titles.

Unlike televisions, Philips Momentum gaming monitors are designed specifically for console gaming, with a focus on low latency and minimal lag to deliver a much more fluid, realistic gaming experience. The series' minimal input lag is a significant benefit when playing twitch-sensitive video games, as it allows for faster input registration on the screen. The flagship 55" Philips Momentum (559M1RYV) will include a custom-designed speaker enclosure by Bowers & Wilkins, the British loudspeaker manufacturer famous worldwide for its unique designs and sound engineering.

Designed for Xbox
This series of Philips Momentum monitors deliver Designed for Xbox validated performance with ultra-clear 4K resolution at a minimum 120Hz refresh rate, HDR support with DisplayHDR 1000, Variable Refresh Rate for smooth gaming, and Always Low Latency gaming.

The team has worked together to create Xbox Game Mode, which creates an exciting mode with specially tuned picture quality for Xbox. The monitors have been extensively tested, and validated by engineers at Microsoft and MMD to ensure perfect compatibility, while also meeting the high expectations that dedicated Xbox fans expect.

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