The EVE Spectrum gaming monitors are some of most sought after models this 2020, as these are offering at least QHD resolution and 144Hz refresh rates. If you're planning on getting a new gaming monitor this sometime this year, then you should think about getting one of these models, as you will be ablke to choose from three different Eve Spectrum versions that will satisfy all your gaming needs.
All the EVE Spectrum monitors are measuring 27-inches diagonally, and all of these are offering at least 144Hz refresh rates, 1ms response time and FreeSync + G-Sync support.
The first monitor is the Eve Spectrum QHD 144Hz and this offers an LG IPS display with a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1440 QuadHD, 16:9 aspect ratio, 144hz refresh rate, HDR10, DisplayHDR400 certified, excellent wide viewing angles, 109ppi, 10bit (8bit + A-FRC) color depth, 1ms GTG response time, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and G-Sync compatible.
The 2nd model is the Spectrum QHD 240Hz and this one offers 27" IPS display, 2560 x 1440 QuadHD resolution, DisplayHDR 600 certified, HDR10, 16:9 aspect ratio, excellent viewing angles, 240Hz refresh rate, G-Sync and FreeSync Premium Pro certifications, 650nits brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 98%DCI-P3 and 100% sRGB color gamut, and 1ms GTG response time.
The 3rd and last monitor that EVE Devices will launch is the Spectrum 4K 144Hz. This model also offers 27 inches in diagonal size, 3840 x 2160 4K UltraHD resolustion, 16:9 aspect ratio, DisplayHDR 600 certified, 1000:1 standard contrast ratio, 750nits peak brightness, excellent wide viewing angles, 163ppi, 100% sRGB and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, 10bit (8bit + A-FRC) color depth, and support for both AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-Sync.
All the Spectrum gaming monitors are available for pre-order from Eve Devices' website. The Spectrum QHD 144Hz model is currently priced at $374, the Spectrum QHD 240Hz model is listed at $514, and the Spectrum 4K 144Hz costs $614. The manufacturers are also offering the possibility for you to buy an extra stand in case you're not planning your own VESA mount. In order to get any monitor with a stand you will have to order it and you will have to pay an extra $100.
The pricing set for these models looks pretty decent, but you need to know that these prices will last only if you pre-order your monitor today or in the following weeks. The pricing for these monitors might get higher until they are released in Q4 2020, so if you wish to secure these prices, then you should order a monitor as soon as possible.