NEW DELHI: OnePlus launched two new monitors in India on Monday: the OnePlus Monitor X 27, priced at Rs 27,999, and the OnePlus Monitor E 24, the price of which will be revealed later.
The OnePlus Monitor X 27 comes with a 27-inch 2K IPS panel display with a 165Hz refresh rate, AMD Freesync Premium and DisplayHDR 400.
The borderless display also supports 10-bit color depth and DCI-P3 95% color gamut for greater detail.
The OnePlus Monitor X 27 is equipped with USB Type-C which is claimed to charge a laptop with 65W fast charging, while allowing the laptop to transmit its display feed at the same time.
Users can also display their phone or tablet screen for easy content sharing. For the same, users need to use the Type-C cable that comes with the monitor to send display feed with their device and make sure their device supports DisplayPort Alt mode.
In addition, the monitor stand is adjustable in tilt, rotation and swivel angles. The monitor has five different modes, namely standard mode, movie mode, picture mode, web mode and game mode. The game mode also offers four sub-modes, namely MOBA mode, FPS mode, RTS mode and RPG mode.
On the other hand, the OnePlus Monitor E 24 comes with a 24-inch full HD IPS panel with a 75Hz refresh rate and Adaptive Sync technology.
In addition, similar to the OnePlus Monitor X 27, the OnePlus Monitor E 24 also offers Type-C port connectivity, as well as a multi-mode custom viewing experience like the OnePlus Monitor X 27.
While the premium smartphone brand did not disclose the price of the smaller monitor, it indicated that the device will be available for purchase at a “very affordable price”. The stand is adjustable for tilt and rotation angles.
Meanwhile, the OnePlus Monitor X 27 will be available for open sale on the OnePlus website from December 15.
“Since 2019, we have been committed to our vision of providing our users with a more premium, accessible connected ecosystem experience. We have diversified our product portfolio by offering a range of incredible products to our wider community at more attractive price points,” said Navnit Nakra, CEO of India and Head of India Region, OnePlus India.