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Spectrum matte 4K 144Hz monitor gets a US$300 discount

The Spectrum monitor. (Source: Dough)
The Spectrum monitor. (Source: Dough)
Spectrum, the "crowd-designed" monitor originally from Eve Devices, is now available as a display with a 4K/144Hz configuration. This variant is now offered at US$300 off its regular price. Its maker touts it as offering an "unparalleled" gaming experience, a glare-free coating included, although there are potential caveats involved in this deal.

The 27-inch Spectrum has been through a lot since the start of its tumultuous quest to offer "everything you need, and nothing you don’t" in monitor terms through the medium of crowd-sourced design, a change of brand included.

The first-gen Eve Devices Dough monitor did eventually make it onto the market, and even has a (slightly belated) "New Year's Special Deal".

The offer is valid for the Spectrum variant with the 4K/144Hz specs it may once have hoped to land as a niche, although it may now be overshadowed by other displays such as Samsung's Odyssey Neo G7 and Sony's own Inzone M9.

Nevertheless, Dough touts the Spectrum as offering a leading range of ports (which include HDMI 2.1 and a powered USB type-C port) as well as its distinctive, elegant stand. However, it should be noted that it is in fact a separate purchase, priced at US$99.

The 4K/144Hz Spectrum without its signature stand is usually priced at US$949, but will be US$649 (or US$748 with its signature stand) for the next 5 days.

Then again, the Acer Predator XB283K goes for just US$539.98 with nearly identical specs (and its own flashy stand) on Amazon today.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-01-31 (Update: 2023-01-31)