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The Philips 276E8FJAB monitor has a better color gamut than the competition

Philips has announced its new Philips 276E8FJAB monitor. The new model in its catalog has a 27-inch display size and a 2K resolution. However, its main appeal is probably using the Ultra-Wide Color technology, which allows the monitor to reproduce a color palette larger than that of the competitive monitors currently on the market.

Philips 276E8FJAB

A good monitor should always go together with a good panel with good viewing angles. I suppose that this leaves TN panels completely out of the picture since, no matter how fast they are and how much their vertical refresh rate is, they still are panels that lag behind in terms of color reproduction.

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MSI Raider: laptops for gaming at 120 Hz

MSI has announced the launch of two new gaming laptops with displays featuring a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.

The new MSI Raider complete a catalog of overwhelming laptops. They are offered in the GE63VR and GE73VR models, with 15.6 and 17.3-inch displays respectively, native resolutions reaching 4K and HDR support.

They are powered by Intel Kaby Lake quad-core processors and they sport dedicated NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti or GTX 1070. They have up to 32 GB of DDR4 memory and a dual-unit storage system with a hard drive and a PCIe SSD or dual SSDs in RAID.

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Samsung presents the first monitors with Radeon FreeSync 2 from AMD

The South Korean giant has officially presented the first monitors with Radeon FreeSync 2 technology from AMD. Said technology sets an important breakthrough from the first generation of FreeSync since not only has the fluidity improved and latency has been reduced but also offers a superior quality of image.

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The Radeon FreeSync 2 technology maintains the hardware-software system that powers the communication between the GPU and the monitor to reduce latency, end with “screen tearing”, and offers a seamless gaming experience ending the “stutter” effect that is produced when the frames per second enter in an irregular form.

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