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Dough Spectrum OLED released with a pre-order deal

The Spectrum OLED. (Source: Dough)
The Spectrum OLED. (Source: Dough)
Dough asserts that the latest version of its Spectrum monitor delivers "unbeatable gaming performance" thanks to its OLED panel. The 27-inch display also has an advanced refresh rate and dual HDMI 2.1a ports. It has now been released with a special pre-order offer of US$350 off its "global retail" price, albeit for a markedly limited time.

   Dough (formerly Eve Devices) has announced that its Spectrum OLED is finally available. This version of its monitor has, as the name suggests, a panel made of organic LEDs sourced from LG touted to confer "stunning visuals" thanks to its TrueBlack 400 certification.

This version of the Spectrum monitor is rated for 1440p gaming at up to 240Hz with a latency of as little as 0.03 milliseconds (ms). Dough has made the display glossy rather than matte, a choice made to prioritize detail and a premium appeal over glare-prevention. On the other hand, the monitor also supports NVIDIA G-Sync, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and KVM switching.

The Spectrum OLED has not been heard of since its initial pre-sale announcement. Now, however, it is back up for pre-order, with a 2-year burn-in warranty thrown in, at US$749 (with an "early bird" e-mail referral link) - but only until May 5, 2023, which is when the new Dough monitor's full retail price of US$1,099 is slated to take effect.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-04-29 (Update: 2023-05- 1)