636.9 x 574.1 x 247.0mm x 7.9kg with stand – uses a separate power brick
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$1300 is a lot for a monitor, but it should support Sony PS5 and Xbox Series X via genuine HDMI 2.1 ports. PC Gamers will appreciate the DP 1.4 port that supports 144Hz variable refresh. It has minuscule response times and both AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-SYNC.
Interestingly it is a 4K IPS screen instead of Samsung’s signature QLED quantum. It can reach 400nits for 1% of the screen to deliver HDR400.
Initial overseas reviews have had had some issues connecting Xbox One X at [email protected], but apart from that, it appears to be a gamer’s dream!