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Philips Gaming Monitor with G-SYNC at CES 2014

If you are a PC gamer and are looking to upgrade your equipment for the new year, we have something which may interest you. Philips and NVIDIA are partnering in 2014 to offer a new series of gaming monitors – specifically the Philips 27-inch monitor with NVIDIA’s state of the art G-SYNC technology.

For those gamers who crave the very best that money can buy, you may want to think about investing in one of these. The Philips 272G5DYEB gaming monitor is going to be on show during CES 2014 and we now have some new information to give you, via press release.

We’ve been handed a spec sheet which shows just what this monitor will be capable of. For starters, the G-SYNC technology alone claims to offer a technology that synchronizes display refresh rates to the PC’s GPU, eliminating screen tearing and minimizing display stutter and input lag.

Using this new method, this then makes images display the moment they are rendered, scenes appear instantly, objects are sharper, and your gameplay experience will be a lot smoother compared to using standard PC monitors.


Those heading to CES in Las Vegas this month can study the gaming monitor in close detail. If you are already looking to buy one however, you’ll be able to find them for sale this Spring, at around $649.

Below is the Philips 27-inch G-SYNC spec sheet, for those that require more information. Let us know if you are interested in picking one up, or if you have your eye on something else this year.




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