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One of the latest additions to the gaming PC line-up is the Philips Juggernaut. This is a 24-inch monitor, which leaves much to be expected from its name alone. Its specifications also prove that the Juggernaut monitor is ideal for gamers.

On the screen, we have a 24-inch 2K resolution display with a maximum refresh rate of 165Hz. To aid a better viewing experience, the bezels on all three sides of this monitor are slim. In terms of thickness, the base bezels are the fattest since it holds the Philips logo.

Still dwelling on the display abilities, this ideal gaming machine will need some top-end specifications. Some of its top-selling points are its 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time from quicker feedback while gaming. It also has a maximum brightness of 350 nits, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 8bit colour depth, and 94.4% sRGB colour gamut. All assuring a user of accurate colour representation and retaining details in images.

Philips Juggernaut

This isn’t an all-in-one monitor hence it doesn’t come with an in-built processor. To max out this display a user needs to connect it with a CPU. To enable this connection the Philips Juggernaut comes with two HDMI ports and two DP 1.4 interfaces.

An additional feature of this monitor that most users find very practical is its adjustable display. This display can tilt in either direction to suit viewing angles and user needs. It can as well rotate to a horizontal orientation thanks to its hinge or adjust its height.

 Already this monitor is available for purchase and retails at 1,499 yuan (~$223). At this price, the Juggernaut is an affordable monitor which can serve different purposes including gaming. Head over to JD’s official online store and grab one while stock last.

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