Philips Launches Momentum 392M7C: An Entry-Level Curved 38.5-Inch Gaming Monitor

Philips has quietly unveiled its new Momentum 392M7C curved monitor, which is aimed at gamers who are after an entry-level large screen display with high refresh rates and variable refresh support. The huge display with a 3000R curvature promises to provide a cinema-like immersion, though its Full-HD resolution and a relatively low pixel density will have an impact on the experience.

Under the hood, the Philips Momentum 392M7C is built from a 38.5-inch VA with a 1920×1080 resolution. The display features a maximum brightness of 250 nits, a 5000:1 contrast ratio, a 3000R curvature, a 1 ms MPRT response time, and a 144 Hz maximum refresh rate with VESA’s Adaptive-Sync variable refresh rate technology on top (e.g. FreeSync). The monitor can display 16.7 million colors and covers 105.48% of the sRGB and 94.11% of the NTSC color gamuts, which is in line with other inexpensive mainstream LCDs.

Philips Launches Momentum 392M7C: An Entry-Level Curved 38.5-Inch Gaming Monitor 1

Besides its size and a high refresh rate, the main peculiarity of the Momentum 392M7C is its Full-HD resolution and a pixel density of 57 PPI, the latter of which is quite low by today’s standards. For gaming and video playback, pixel density is not often crucial – especially when many video sources are 1080p – but for typical productivity applications a 38.5-inch Full-HD screen with a 57 PPI pixel density does not seem like an optimal combination. Meanwhile, the LCD supports Philips’ SmartImage presets for various game genres (FPS, RTS, Racing, custom) to provide optimal experience.

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As for connectivity, the Momentum 392M7C has one DisplayPort input, two HDMI inputs, and one D-Sub input to maintain compatibility both with new and legacy PCs. Furthermore, the monitor has a headphone output. As for the stand, only the tilt is adjustable, which is typical for large entry-level monitors.

Philips Momentum 392M7C
  General Specifications
Panel 38.5″ VA with non-glare coating
Native Resolution 1920 × 1080
Maximum Refresh Rate 144 Hz
Dynamic Refresh Rate VESA Adaptive-Sync
Response Time 1 ms MPRT
Brightness 250 cd/m²
Contrast 5000:1
Curvature 3000R
Viewing Angles 178°/178° horizontal/vertical
Color Gamut 105.48% sRGB
94.11 NTSC
Pixel Pitch 0.445×0.445 mm
PPI 57 PPI
Inputs 1 × DisplayPort
1 × D-Sub
2 × HDMI
Audio 3.5-mm headphone jack
Stand Tilt: -5°/10°
Power Consumption Standby 0.5 W
Maximum 46.4 W
Additional Information Link
Price ?

The Philips Momentum 392M7C is set to hit the market shortly. Though as we sometimes see with other entry-level monitors, it probably won’t be available worldwide.

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Source: Philips (via TFTCentral)

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