Recently, Eve distribution has launched three game displays.
All three displays use LG's IPS panel (the same panel as LG ultragear 27gl850). They all use the same iPS technology, with response time of 1 ms, coverage of dci-p3 color gamut of 98%, coverage of sRGB color gamut of 100%, and contrast of 1000:1.
There are some differences in the maximum resolution, brightness and refresh rate of the three models.
The first section is configured as QHD 144Hz display uses a resolution x1440 2560, with maximum support for a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The price of $389, or about $2760, provides users with up to 450 nits brightness and HDR10 support VESA DisplayHDR 400badge.
Section 2 is configured as The QHD 240Hz display can raise the maximum brightness to 750 nits, while the VESA DisplayHDR 600badge comes with a price of $529(about RMB 3750).
Section 3 is configured as the 4K 144Hz display can raise the resolution to 4K 144HzK, and reduce the refresh rate to 120 Hz, while keeping the same 750 nits and the VESA DisplayHDR 600badge, price $629(about rmb 60).
Overall, the pricing of the three displays is reasonable.
In addition, the above three displays have the same connectivity:2x usb-c (100W PD output), 3 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 type A, 2 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0A, and 1 x 3.5mm headphone jack.
With regard to the timing of the listing, the display of the second QHD 240Hz and the third 4 K 144Hz is expected to be available in the fourth quarter, but due to the COVID-19 impact on manufacturing and logistics, EVE will postpone the release date of this model to the first quarter of 2021.
So far, the 4 K 144Hz display is the best-selling game because it's the best fit for players looking for their PC and next-generation hosts.
The second is 240 Hz QHD which is a more pure PC based product.
And QHD 144Hz this account for less than a fifth of total sales, lower priority.