Eve Devices displays its Spectrum monitor prototypes
Eve Devices is a company that uses a "crowd-sourced" model in order to pitch and develop its upcoming products. This procedure has recently resulted in the Spectrum, a monitor that became available to reserve on this OEM's website in early 2020. To recap, the display has QHD/240Hz options and a unique design. Now, it may also have more evidence of its existence and of its making it to customers.
It comes in the form of a new announcement on Eve's community website freshly posted today (August 20, 2020). This message from the start-up's founder Konstantinos Karatsevidis is loaded with videos and images showing the Spectrum's first complete prototypes. The preliminary devices - two of which are shown at the time of writing - conform to the design arrived at during their 'creation' phase.
They are also captured at all angles, which may also confirm other aspects of their design, their port placement, cable management solution and LG-sourced panels included. Eve Devices' new videos also showcase their assembly, the surface mount technology- (SMT) based nature of its PCB included.
This material also yields some interesting details, such as the fact the company is evaluating various different main logo options (from shiny metallic to subtly matte); the way its stand functions to adjust the monitor's height and angle, and how the same attaches to the monitor's mount. On the other hand, neither fledging monitor has been portrayed as in testing at this point.
However, the company has indicated that this footage may be coming in a subsequent post, along with more concrete measurements as well as a preliminary prototype review. Such continual tracking of the Eve Spectrum's progress may arrive as early as September 2020.
Eve Devices Press Release