Apparently, Philips, which is already a dominating force in the world of productivity and content creation, wants to follow some pages of Sony’s notebook by launching a sub-brand completely focused on games. Make way for Evnia.
Evnia: Philips wants to get serious in Gaming!
Therefore, it is very likely that you already know Philips, which within its range, has hundreds of monitors, for the most varied use cases. Well, that’s exactly why, as Philips is a brand with so much ‘know-how’, that we’re going to start to see a new brand on the shelves, named Evnia, which are actually Philips products, with all their quality of construction, but with another purpose and name.
What does Evnia mean?
According to what Philips announced, it is a combination of two Greek words, which of course mean together “Smart Thinking”. But it will also be an expensive thought…
After all, one of the first products in this new range is nothing less than a 32” curved monitor with 1152 mini-LED zones, HDR1400 certification, a resolution of 3440 * 1440, and a frame refresh rate of 165Hz. It is also a monitor, which, in the good fashion of this world, arrives on the market with a name impossible to memorize ’34M2C7600MV’, and a price that should be around €2000.
In addition to this, we will also welcome a 42” OLED screen (42M2N8900), another 32” QD-OLED Curved monitor (34M2C8600), and yet another curved monitor, with a 2700 VA panel (27M2C5500W).
That is, as you may have noticed, Philips is aiming for the higher ranges with Evnia. In fact, according to the giant, Evnia will start in the ‘Good’ range, and go up to ‘Superior’, and of course, ‘The best’. There is no room for decent or bad products. Which is an interesting strategy, because its main objective is to combine the name Evnia with pure quality.
However, in addition to the monitors, Evnia will also have keyboards and headphones, both with incredible technical specifications, and Ambiglow support.
Also, what do you think about all this? Interested? Or are we talking about an unrealistic price range for our market?