EVE is a company known for crowdfunding and crowd-developing technology. It developed a rival to the Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and have now turned its attention towards a gaming monitor. Based on community input, the monitor has been making development decisions and have shared the specifications of it with Tom’s Hardware.
The EVE Spectrum reportedly uses the same panel as the LG UltraGear 27GL850-B, a 1ms IPS monitor that runs at 2560×1440. It has a 144 Hz refresh rate, overclockable to 165 Hz, and has a brighter backlight, different polarizer treatment for higher contrast and DisplayHDR 400 support with FreeSync 2 and G-SYNC Compatibile.
In the article, EVE CEO Konstantinos Karatsevidis has said that the monitor will also have it’s own blur-fighting feature which works similarly to ASUS’s ELMB (Extreme Low Motion Blur) backlight strobing technology.
- 27-inch IPS Display
- 2560×1440 at 144 Hz (165 Hz overclock)
- 1ms GtG Response Time
- NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible & FreeSync 2
- Motion Blur Reduction mode