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Philips reveals 34-inch Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor with 144 Hz refresh rate that could be ideal for the PS5 and Xbox Series X

Philips has launched the 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips has launched the 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips has announced the new 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor, which could be an option for gamers pondering about what to use with a future purchase of either a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X. The 34-inch curved-screen monitor can manage a 144 Hz refresh rate and offers a high WQHD resolution (3440x1440).
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It seems many gamers have been visiting social networks lately to ask about options for televisions or monitors that would offer them the most enjoyment when combined with either a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X next-gen console. Philips has delivered up a potential choice in the form of the 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor, which according to the marketing blurb, will help “take your console gaming experience to a new level.”

Along with the aforementioned curved display, the Philips Momentum UltraWide monitor is 2.4 times faster than a standard monitor thanks to its 144 Hz refresh rate. On top of that, the 34-inch screen has an anti-glare coating, a 21:9 aspect ratio, and a standard grayscale response time of just 4 ms. The Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT) is even lower at 1 ms, and brightness levels apparently get to 300 cd/m².

Support for HDR is present on the Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor, and PS5 or XSX owners will be able to enjoy 3440x1440 @144 Hz via DisplayPort connection (the monitor has 2x DisplayPort and 2x HDMI 2.0 ports). It’s not quite 4K gaming, but considering the rest of the product features the Philips Momentum UltraWide has to offer, including flicker-free technology to save your eyes during long gaming sessions, then it’s not a huge sacrifice to make. Philips has yet to reveal the price tag or release date for the 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide monitor.

Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)
Philips 345M1CR Momentum UltraWide gaming monitor. (Image source: Philips)

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My interest in technology began after I was presented with an Atari 800XL home computer in the mid-1980s. I especially enjoy writing about technological advances, compelling rumors, and intriguing tech-related leaks. I have a degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies and count my family, reading, writing, and travel as the main passions of my life. I have been with Notebookcheck since 2012.
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Daniel R Deakin, 2020-04-27 (Update: 2020-09-30)