We have been trying ahead to checking this shiny OLED gaming monitor for some time. Excellent news: We’ll lastly see the Dough Black Spectrum’s fancy new monitor on retailer cabinets subsequent month. 

The Spectrum Black is a 27-inch 1440p glass OLED gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh price with a .03ms response time. It is received two HDMI 2.1 ports, DisplayPort, and a USB Sort-C port with 100W energy supply. 

The function that makes this monitor stand out from another in style 1440p OLEDs we have gotten our arms on not too long ago is that the OLED panel comes with a canopy glass. Dough claims the glass will increase the “ambient distinction ratio by 40%” and reduces “reflections by 70%”. In response to Dough, the ‘Black’ in Spectrum Black is to showcase “the right distinction provided by its OLED panel geared up with cowl glass.”

This could make the Spectrum Black a sensible choice in case you’re consistently preventing a glare in your gaming area. 

So on high of the advantages you already get with an OLED show, similar to low response occasions, deep blacks, and stellar image high quality, the bonus of the shiny panels will make this show actually powerful to withstand. It is why we have already fallen in love with the Alienware 34 and Philips Evnia. It is turning into powerful to suggest non-glossy OLED gaming displays for these causes.

All of that is crammed between a super-thin bezel much like the Eve Spectrum 4K’s design we checked out a couple of years in the past. It is delicate for gaming displays that means there is not any RGB, outsized logos, or funny-looking stands. 

It makes use of an LG panel, so we want to see if it has the identical brightness points we noticed in our evaluate of the LG UltraGear 27GR95WE, which just about has the identical specs because the Spectrum Black. In response to its spec sheet, it is received a peak brightness of 1000cd/m2, however we should see for ourselves. 

The Dough Spectrum Black shall be accessible in July for $1099. Nevertheless, pre-ordering the monitor by June 15 on Dough’s web site means you possibly can decide up the monitor for $899 (plus $99 for a stand) with a built-in VESA mount. 

There is a cheaper model of the monitor that comes with a matte coating for the OLED panel as an alternative of its glass variant for the pre-order worth of $699 (plus $99 for the stand), however don’t fret, the specs on the Spectrum Black with matte coating are the identical.