Stylish New Philips 356M6QJAB, a 35-inch Gaming Monitor Revealed

Philips has launched the new 356M6QJAB, which is definitely a hard to remember product code gaming monitor. The 35-inch display is gorgeous in terms of build quality and design, with expectations running high already.

Competition is extremely high in the world of monitors but from the design, Philips seems to be aware of what they are competing against especially the likes of Asus, AOC, Viewsonic and Samsung monitors.

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The 35-inch monitor uses an IPS display with LED backlighting and has a meager 1080p resolution. The monitor supports AMD Freesync technology making it an ideal component for people using AMD graphics cards with 5 MS response time.

It also has built-in stereo speakers, 2 HDMI ports, a 1.2 Display port, D Sub port and has Smart Image modes. The resolution is a sore thumb for such a huge 35-inch display because PC gamers love to have 4K these days or at least a reduced response time but if it is priced right, it might sell well among people who prefer budget gaming setups.

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