Absolute black: Dough announces 27″ OLED monitor with 240Hz and screen reduces reflections by 70%

Absolute black: Dough announces 27
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There are dozens of monitors on the market that provide a high refresh rate, some even with OLED screens, but Dough decided to launch the Spectrum Black model with a differential: a film over the OLED screen that reduces reflections by 70%, allowing it to display absolute black tones.

Dough Spectrum Black. Image: Dough

The new Spectrum Black is 27 inches (26.5″ diagonal) with a 16:9 aspect ratio, 240Hz refresh rate, Quad-HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels with a typical brightness of 450cd/m², but can reach up to 1000cd/ m² with HDR enabled as it supports HDR10 with VESA DisplayHDR Certified True Black 400 and 10-bit color depth.

Comparison between common, glossy and Spectrum Black anti-reflective coating. Image: Dough

Gorilla Glass DXC anti-reflective coating was designed in partnership with Corning, offering increased optical performance and abrasion resistance category, in addition to reducing screen reflections by 70% and increasing contrast by 40% compared to its own successor from Dough.

Image: Dough

All this is possible thanks to an individual factory calibration for each unit of this monitor to guarantee maximum color fidelity. This also makes it possible for the monitor to have a response of just 0.3ms, making it a great choice for both designers and gamers.

Speaking of gaming, Dough Spectrum Black supports VESA Adaptive-Sync, NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technologies with dedicated certification for each of them.

Image: Dough

In addition, this model also supports Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Source Based Tone Mapping (SBTM), Display Stream Compression (DSC), Automatic Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Fast Frame Transport ( QFT) via HDMI 2.1a and DisplayPort 1.4 inputs.

One of the inputs is still USB-C, which means that it can be used to recharge your cell phone or notebook while it is connected to the monitor.

price and availability

The Dough Spectrum Black is already on pre-sale through the brand’s official website for US$ 899 (~R$ 4.3 thousand), but it will only be released on June 15, when its price will jump to US$ 1099 (~R$ $5,300), as this is a limited-time special promotion.

In addition, it is important to say that the monitor does not come with the base, which costs US$ 99 (~R$ 480) on the official website of the brand. If you want to save money, there is an option without the Gorilla Glass DXC anti-reflective coating that costs US$ 699 (~R$ 3,380) and maintains the other specifications.

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