Buy a show that has all the features you need to play it Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5 games at their best is a . In addition to 120Hz support, you’ll also need to watch out if it supports variable refresh rates and HDR, among other features. Fortunately, Microsoft takes some of the assumptions involved in purchasing a display to go with your new console.
The company is expansion of his “Concept for Xbox” program to include game monitors. Starting this summer, you’ll start to see some screenshots with the “Game Features for Xbox” badge. At a glance, the brand will tell you that a monitor includes an HDMI 2.1 connection and support for features like HDR and a 120Hz refresh rate.
Some of the first displays that carry the brand include the $ 1,399 43-inch from ASUS is $ 950 by 28 inches , with more to come. Notably one of the products included in the launch line is the Philips Momentum 559M1RYV, a 55-inch monitor Microsoft describes as “a TV and soundbar in one,” so the types of panels that end up shipping with the badge may be more expansive than the moniker’s suggestion of a “game monitor.”
While most are branded by Microsoft, it’s still something that should help those in the market for a new display. Monitor manufacturers have been to their products, and the port is required if you want to transmit a 4K image at 120Hz.
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