OLED panels are increasingly used in laptops, but monitors using this technology are still rare. One such innovation is the Philips Momentum 27E1N8900 – a 27-inch model aimed at professional users working with graphics, photos and video.

The resolution of the Philips Momentum 27E1N8900 is 3840×2160 pixels, the response time is 1 ms, the refresh rate is standard, 60 Hz. Maximum brightness at 100% white screen – 250 nits, peak – 540 nits, bright color coverage provides coverage of 99.6% of Adobe RGB space, 99.7% – DCI-P3 and 150% sRGB. The manufacturer also promises factory calibration with ΔE<1 color accuracy and DisplayHDR True Black 400 certification.

Philips has introduced its first OLED monitor

The monitor is equipped with two HDMI 2.0 inputs, one DisplayPort 1.4 and one USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 with support for Power Delivery up to 90 watts. It is known that the Philips Momentum 27E1N8900 will be available in the US and Asian markets at an estimated price of $1,100, information on the European release is not yet available.