Philips Momentum 3000 is one of the monitor lines of the Dutch specialist. It is focused on playing video games and the manufacturer has expanded it with three new models: 27M1N3200VA, 27M1N3200VS and 27M1N3200ZA.
All three have common features, such as their 27-inch diagonal size, a Full HD native resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and WLED backlighting. The highlights when thinking about games are their 165 Hz refresh rate, their response time of 1 millisecond and support for Adaptive Sync image synchronization technology that enables them to work with any graphics card .
Other common elements of these new monitors are two HDMI 2.0 ports, a Display Port 1.2 port, a 3.5 mm audio jack and a pair of integrated 5 W speakers. They have support for VESA mounting (100 x 100 mm) and Kensington lock slot.
All cover the NTSC and sRGB color spaces, while offering approximately 90% AdobeRGB color space coverage. Its viewing angles are adequate, 178 degrees vertically and horizontally.
The differences between them come from the type of panel and the ergonomic capacity of its base. The 27M1N3200VA and 27M1N3200VS models use a panel with VA technology, while the 27M1N3200ZA uses an IPS screen. Its typical brightness is 250 nits and its contrast ratio is 3000:1. The 27M1N3200VS has a fixed mount, while the other two allow for height, pivot, tilt, and swivel adjustments.
Philips Momentum 3000, models and prices
- Philips 27M1N3200VA is priced at 279 euros.
- Philips 27M1N3200VS is the cheapest and costs 269 euros.
- Philips 27M1N3200ZA is the most advanced with its IPS panel and is priced at 309 euros.
Good monitors new from Philips. They aren’t quite as high-end as the high-end AOC AGON PRO AG254FG type we reviewed last week, but they cost a third of the same and are suitable for gaming as well as general computing use. In any case, the offer is vast. If you need it, you can review our Monitor Guide.