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Eve Devices announces a shipping delay for the Spectrum monitor

Some Spectrum manufacturing samples. (Source: Eve Devices)
Some Spectrum manufacturing samples. (Source: Eve Devices)
Eve Devices is adamant that it should not ship its upcoming Spectrum monitor "until it is ready". To this end, it has revealed that the shipping date for its QHD/240Hz and 4K/144Hz SKUs has been pushed back to February 2021. This, apparently, will give it time to iron issues with its production out.

Eve Devices prides itself on selling electronics with designs influenced by feedback from its fans. One of the latest examples of this is the Spectrum monitor, developed with specs chosen to (ideally) appeal to content-creators and gamers alike.

The OEM has already taken reseverations for this device, originally citing a shipping date in December 2020. However, it has now given its fans a new one: February 26, 2021. In this case, order fulfilment has been deferred as Eve Devices claims it is now not satisfied with the "bugs, imperfections in design & manufacturing tolerances, as well as compatibility issues" that have arisen as the monitor has entered mass production.

Eve has also announced that it has decided to adjust the Spectrum's on-screen display (OSD) software. This is apparently being done in order to avoid incompatibility with the chipset it has chosen for the display, and to "implement all the features you asked for in a menu that is as convenient and intuitive as possible" in turn.

Despite these issues, the company assures its customers that they will get the monitor they want, with features such as USB power delivery over type C, HDMI 2.1, integer-ratio upscaling and "precise" customizations for overdrive gain.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-24 (Update: 2020-12-23)