Recently, Philips quietly introduced the new Momentum 392M7C surface screen display. For players who are pursuing a big screen game, supporting variable high refresh rate is a relative lying option. It is reported that the 392M7C features a 38.5-inch VA panel with resolution 1920 x 1080, two brightness 250 nits, contrast 5000:1, curvature 3000R, MPRT response time 1-ms, maximum refresh rate of 144Hz, and support for VESA adaptive synchronous variable refresh rate technology (such as FreeSync).
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Like other mainstream LCD displays, the Momentum 392M7C displays 16.7 million colors, covering 105.48% sRGB and 94.11% NTSC color gamuts.
In addition to size and high refresh rates, the momentum 392M7C’s main features are its Full HD resolution and 57 PPI pixel density — the latter is low enough to stand up to today’s standards.
But for gaming and video playback applications, pixel density has not yet become a bottleneck, after all, the current mainstream video source is still 1080p. As long as you don’t think of it as a productivity tool, the problem is not an issue.
Philips says the display is suitable for all types of games (FPS, RTS, racing) and provides SmartImage presets to provide the best experience.
On the connection side, the Momentum 392M7C has a DisplayPort plus two HDMI plus one D-Sub input, as well as a headphone output port to maintain compatibility with both old and new PCs.
In terms of brackets, as an entry-level large curved display, it only supports inclination adjustment. Finally, the Philips Momentum 392M7C is coming out, but may not be available worldwide.