Finnish company Eve has just released a new Spectrum range of displays for high-end users and gamers. As a new community-driven product, the high-spec high-resolution display of the series is about to open for pre-order. If you think Apple’s Pro Display XDR is too “noble” (even bracket accessories are the same property), the $349 Eve Spectrum is clearly more approachable.
Monitor stand can be rotated 90 degrees (from: Eve, via New Atlas)
According to Eve, customer surveys say almost half of users want to use their own brackets. However, if you choose the company’s products, the standard is to support the vertical and height adjustment bracket.
The Spectrum Series IPS LCD displays are available in three versions with basic parameters for 27-inch-to-width ratio 16:9, HDR10-enabled, typical contrast 1000:1, horizontal/vertical 178-degree viewing angle.
The main differences are supported resolution and refresh rate, including 2560 x 1440 x 144 Hz, 2560 x 1440 x 240 Hz, and 3840 x 2160 x 144 Hz.
Pre-orders are $349 / 489 / $589 (2420 / 3392 / 4086 RMB) respectively, and the price will be further increased at the time of retail, so interested friends can sell ahead of time.
All three models have a response time of 1 ms, the entry classic/ peak brightness is 400 / 450 nits, and the medium-high brightness typical is 650 / 750 nits.
On the port side, the series of displays offers 1 x HDMI, 2 x DisplayPort, a USB Type-B uplink, two USB-C plus three USB-A downlinks, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The wide selection of extended ports, 4K resolution, and 240Hz refresh rate can greatly meet the user’s needs. The design of the shape also revealed some fashion in the low profile.
If all goes well, the entry-level Eve Spectrum display will start shipping in Q3 this year, with the other two models coming offline in Q4.