In the coming months, a series of Philips gaming peripherals and accessories will go on sale under the Evnia brand.
Far from going down, the PC gaming market is booming, which is why more and more companies decide to jump on the bandwagon. One of the last to announce the launch of a new ecosystem of PC peripherals and accessories It has been Philips. During an event that has taken place in Paris, it has unveiled a series of monitors, keyboards, headphones, mice and a mousepad with wireless charging that are part of a new range called Eunia.
Philips will offer gamers a whole series of products so that they can build their own gaming desk. Now, don’t expect to find desktops or laptops. As for the products that have been presented, some won’t be available until 2023, but others will arrive this year. If you plan to build a setup gaming or refresh it, then you may just find what you’re looking for in the Philips Evnia range of peripherals and accessories.
Products presented, availability and price
Philips has not given much information at the level of features and price, although it has said what price will the monitors have. Initially they will put up for sale 4 models. They are the following:
- Philips Evnia 27M2C5500W: available in January 2023 (579 euros)
- Philips Evnia 34M2C8600: available in January 2023 (1,849 euros)
- Philips Evnia 34M2C7600MV: available in December 2022 (2,069 euros)
- Philips Evnia 42M2N8900: available in 2023 (1,959 euros)
Of these three monitors we know some specifications of the model Evnia 34M2C7600MV. Have a 3440 x 1440 pixel ultrawide VA panel with miniLED technology, local dimming of 1,152 zones, a 165Hz refresh ratemultiple USB Type-C ports, HDR1400 and has enhanced audio with DTS Sound. As you can see, it doesn’t look bad at all. Now, his thing is to wait for the first analysis. We are talking about a market where there is a lot of competition and high quality products.
Two headsets, two keyboards, and two mice will go on sale in June 2023. For now there is hardly any information about them, so we will have to wait for the launch to know all the details. On the Philips Evnia website there are only the technical specifications of one of the monitors.
According to Phillips, Evnia is used as a word for show interest in supporting someone or something. Often used in the context of luck. This word comes from the Greek (Εύνοια) and, in this case, it would be to support the players.
It seems that Philips is coming strong and sooner rather than later you will be able to stand up to other big brands that have been betting on PC gaming for years.