Spectrum gaming monitor series availability expands to Europe
Dough has announced that its Spectrum monitors can now be ordered by consumers in Europe as well as the United States. The external displays include their 4K/144Hz and QHD/240Hz versions, now priced in either matte or glossy variants at €899 (~US$973) and €949 (~US$1,027) respectively.
They are joined by their new and glossy OLED flagship sibling in their new region. The monitor also has a 240Hz refresh rate (with a 2-year burn-in warrany), and is currently priced at €949 (~US$1,005) - albeit only for the next ~4 days, whereupon it reverts to its "full retail" cost of €1,199 (~US$1,297).
It may still compete with others such as the Asus ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM of similar specs, currently ~€1,302 (~US$1,409) on Amazon.de. Then again, Dough's version may require a stand, sold separately at €99 (~US$107). In addition, the OEM has stated that it will only start shipping the Spectrum OLED for Europe from July 2023 at the earliest.
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