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ADATA XPG Photon gaming screen on display at CES 2020

Posted on Wednesday, January 08 2020 @ 13:44:53 CET by


TechPowerUp has an overview of some of the new product categories from ADATA that are shown at the firm's CES 2020 booth this week. This includes gaming laptops, compact gaming desktop systems, and an LCD display.

The first gaming display from ADATA is the XPG Photon, a 27" IPS-based model with a 3840 × 2160 (4K UHD) resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, 95% or above of DCI-P3 color gamut, and support for Burst Refresh and Vivid Color from PixelDisplay.

Special features include a studio armature with a table clamp and a toggle that lets you switch to Full HD mode:
At the flick of a toggle, the monitor can also be transformed to Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 240 Hz and 600 nits brightness. The panel supports up to 1,500 nits brightness. There's no mention of localized dimming zones, and we didn't spy DisplayHDR logos anywhere. Behind, the monitor features a triangular RGB LED lighting element that can double-up as ambient light. The stand is quite another thing: a proper studio armature with a bench clamp that allows rotation and tilting along both axes, besides height adjustment.
 XPG Photon



 



 

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