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Philips Evnia 27M2N6800ML released as new Mini LED gaming monitor with added USB hub

The Evnia 27M2N6800ML is a bright and fast gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
The Evnia 27M2N6800ML is a bright and fast gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips has released the Evnia 27M2N6800ML, a new gaming monitor that combines a high native resolution with a fast refresh rate and high colour accuracy. The inclusion of 1,152 Mini LED dimming zones helps it achieve VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification, too.

A few weeks ago, Philips released the Evnia 24M2N5500L, a 23.8-inch IPS gaming monitor that combines a 1440p resolution with a 180 Hz refresh rate. Now, the company has used its Evnia series to introduce the 27M2N6800ML, a larger and more expensive option that retails for CNY 3,499 (~$484) in China.

Principally, the Evnia 27M2N6800ML is more expensive than the Evnia 24M2N5500L because of its Mini LED backlight zones. According to Philips, the VA monitor has 1,152 local dimming zones, which help it achieve 1,200 nits peak HDR brightness and VESA's DisplayHDR 1000 certification. Additionally, the Evnia 27M2N6800ML outputs at 4K (3,840 x 2,160) with a 165 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms GtG response times.

Moreover, the Evnia 27M2N6800ML boasts 97% coverages of the Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 colour spaces. On top of that, Philips installs a USB hub, plus DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1 ports. Unfortunately, it remains to be seen whether Philips plans to sell the Evnia 27M2N6800ML globally yet. Instead, the company is only selling the monitor through Chinese retailer JD.com for now.

(Image source: Philips)
(Image source: Philips)
(Image source: Philips)
(Image source: Philips)
(Image source: Philips)
(Image source: Philips)
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Alex Alderson, 2024-05-13 (Update: 2024-05-13)