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Philips Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P: 27-inch, 240 Hz and VESA DisplayHDR 600 gaming monitor announced with a 2.5K resolution

Philips bills the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P as having a 'minimal but bold design'. (Image source: Philips)
Philips bills the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P as having a 'minimal but bold design'. (Image source: Philips)
Philips has presented the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P, a 27-inch gaming monitor with a Nano IPS panel. Available from next month for £529.99, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P offers a 2.5K native resolution, a 240 Hz refresh rate and VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification, among other features.

Philips has introduced the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P, a companion to the Momentum 5000 27M1F5800 that the company has also unveiled today. In short, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P is a cheaper alternative to the Momentum 5000 27M1F5800, although the former will retail for £529.99 when it launches next month. Given that the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P is a pricey monitor, it should come as no surprise to see Philips include plenty of gaming-focused features.

Specifically, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P relies on a 27-inch Nano IPS with a W-LED backlighting system. According to Philips, the 27-inch panel outputs at 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and up to 240 Hz. However, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P can only achieve 240 Hz over DisplayPort, for which it has two DisplayPort 1.4 connections. Alternatively, the monitor peaks at 144 Hz when connected to a device via one of its two HDMI 2.0 ports. Regardless, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P offers 1 ms GtG response times, a low input lag mode and peak brightness of 450 cd/m².

In saying that, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P is VESA DisplayHDR 600 certified, so it should offer up to 600 cd/m² instead. Additionally, Philips claims that the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P has Delta E deviations of sub-2 and covers a minimum of 98% of the DCI-P3 colour space. Separately, the Momentum 5000 27M1F5500P has four USB 3.2 Gen1 ports, a USB Type-B upstream connection and a 3.5 mm audio out. Moreover, Philips has included a stand that can pivot, swivel, tilt, and is height adjustable by 130 mm. 

(Image source: Philips)
(Image source: Philips)
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Alex Alderson, 2022-05-31 (Update: 2022-05-31)