Philips is putting its new 34-inch curved HDR monitor out onto shelves soon, and while it may not be the record-breaking, eye-watering experience that some of the newer monitors may be, it’s something that could be a potential replacement for many users.
The Philips 346P1CRH runs off a VA panel at 3440×1440. It’s a 21:9 aspect ratio monitor with a 100 Hz refresh rate and a 4ms GtG response time. While 100 Hz is not 240 Hz, it could potentially sway gamers looking at a curved option for a good price. It has a 1500R curvature and supports DisplayHDR 400.
The product specifications say that the monitor does support adaptive sync, and features Philips’s own Flicker-Free and LowBlue Mode technology too. Alongside the launch, Philips said the following:
“Gaming shouldn’t be a choice between choppy gameplay or broken frames. Get fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate with adaptive sync technology, smooth quick refresh, and ultra-fast response time.”
The monitor will be £499 at launch in the UK, and while no US pricing has been announced, we’re expecting it to be somewhere around the $600 range.