Eve Spectrum is a monitor designed by EVE, a company that, through surveys in its forums and with constant inquiries from its fans, manufactures only the devices they want.
First came the Eve V, a laptop convertible into a tablet and, now, it is the turn of a gaming monitor, but also prepared for photo and video editing. The Spectrum pre-sale period opened a few months ago, but today EVE announced an update on its more powerful model.
The Spectrum with 4K resolution and 144hz frequency rate now has a slimmer design, with almost no borders; And it will also support the new HDMI 2.1 standard, which is what the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X game consoles will use when they launch later this year.
In this way, it is one of the first monitors that not only support HDMI 2.1, but are prepared for the variable refresh rates of the new game consoles.
The other two models, the QHD 240hz resolution Spectrum and the 144hz QHD Spectrum, have not undergone changes, but they do have an approximate new release date. The Spectrum 4K / 144hz and QHD / 20hz will be sent to those who made a reservation at the end of 2020, in the fourth quarter of the year. As for the QHD / 144hz, now they will be launched later, already in 2021.
These changes are due to the popularity of the first two models over the third, with the 4K model accounting for 80% of the orders received by the company during the initial reservation phase.
The Spectrum may be one of the surprises of the year as far as video games are concerned, not so much because of its characteristics, which are impressive, but because of the price they ask in exchange for them. It would be both one of the best and cheapest gaming monitors on the market.