The tech giant announced the Xbox Series X monitors. The new displays will offer the ultimate Xbox gaming experience.
The company continues to add new products to its Xbox ecosystem. Microsoft recently announced the new monitors with the collaboration of Philips, Acer, and ASUS. The new monitors will come with special features designed only for Xbox consoles. The monitor models will offer unique and enhanced gaming experiences at 4K 120 Hz. The new displays will also have HDMI 2.1 port, HDR support, and AMD FreeSync in their arsenal.
Microsoft added that they have been working together with their partners for over two years. As the products are designed for Xbox, they will use the full potential of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. The models will arrive this summer.
Gaming Features for Xbox
The “Gaming Features for Xbox” badge is also among the details. The products coming with this badge will be able to offer amazing specifications that enhance your gaming experience. From HDMI 2.1 to Variable Refresh Rate technologies, new monitors aim to provide the ultimate visual quality. Here are Xbox Series X monitors scheduled to release this year.
Philips Momentum 559M1RYV 55”
The 55-inches Philips Momentum is a titan of a product coming with 4K resolution and 120 Hz. The special monitor further offers AMD FreeSync Premium Pro features to prevent problems like screen tearing and more.
ASUS Strix Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor XG42UQ 49”
Microsoft also collaborated with the ASUS Republic of Gamers to develop the model Strix XG43UQ. Like the other models in the list, ASUS’s flagship monitor also comes with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, native 4K, and 120 Hz. When you add HDMI 2.1 into that equation you get yourself the ultimate display for true gamers.
Acer Xbox Edition Gaming Monitor XV282K KV 28”
Acer’s Xbox Edition display is the smallest iteration on the list. This model is especially better for those who plan to use it on a table. Even though it comes in a small form, Acer’s XV282K KV one does not give any compromises from its brilliant features. Like the others on the list, this Xbox Series X monitor comes with 4K, 120 Hz and HDMI 2.1. It also offers Acer VisionCare 3.0 technology.