Philips launch their new 32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display

Philips launch their new 32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display

Philips launch their new  32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display

Philips launch their new 32-inch M-Line  144Hz FreeSync display

 
Philips launch their new  32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display, which offers a display resolution of 1440p and Philips' unique Ambiglow technology.
 
This display will offer a dynamic refresh/FreeSync range of 48-144Hz, which is compatible with AMD's Low framerate compensation technology. This display will use a curved MVA panel, with a 4ms grey-to-grey response time and covers 100% of the NTSC colour gamut.
 
The 's Ambiglow technology adjusts LEDs at the edge of the display to project colour on nearby surfaces that match the content that is displayed, providing a more immersive experience while gaming or when playing movies or other video content. 
 
 

Philips launch their new  32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display

 

This display will come with a fully adjustable VESA stand that offers tilt and height adjustment options, with this display accepting inputs from HDMI 2.0 (x1), HDMI 1.4 (x1), DisplayPort 1.2 (x2) and VGA, allowing this display to be used with a wide range of compatible devices.  

The Philips 328M6FJMB's display will also come with an 1800R curvature and will contain two 5W integrated speakers.  

 

Philips launch their new  32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display  
  

At this time Philips has not revealed the pricing or the availability of this display, though it presents a good size to resolution/refresh rate ratio that will please a lot of gamers. 

 

You can join the discussion on Philips' 32-inch M-Line 328M6FJMB 144Hz FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums

 

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20-04-2017, 07:37:44

Warchild
Im not liking the depth on that base stand. Love the design but I feel like its as bad as the RoG swift in regards to how much desk space it would take up. Not every one has a deep desktop surface area.Quote

20-04-2017, 12:27:50

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Im not liking the depth on that base stand. Love the design but I feel like its as bad as the RoG swift in regards to how much desk space it would take up. Not every one has a deep desktop surface area.
Damn dude, you totally nailed it on the head. ^ this is exactly my thoughts as well on these bigger monitors, such as the Acer Predator X34, ASUS PG348Q etc.

Even when having them on a base stand, they are still way out over the desk. I'd like to see a widescreen monitor that hasn't such a depth on their base.Quote

20-04-2017, 13:08:26

NeverBackDown
48-100?
Why are companies so insistent on 40/48hz as a low point?Quote

23-04-2017, 08:17:22

The Zealot
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
48-100?
Why are companies so insistent on 40/48hz as a low point?
My thoughts exactly NeverBackDown. They're clearly shouting at us "we really don't want you buying this monitor, that's why we stop FreeSync from working at an unreasonably high 48 Hz!". And yes, 40 Hz is still too high, it should be 30 Hz or 35 Hz max.
Also, FreeSync is supposed to work at 120 Hz, we can see it's a nerf at 100 Hz, we're not stupid you know manufacturers?Quote

23-04-2017, 09:43:48

robert3892
Disappointed that this is only a DP 1.2 monitorQuote
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