Glossy and Matte Versions of Dough’s Elite Spectrum 4K 144Hz Gaming Monitor Keep Things Crisp
Dough – the world’s first community-powered gaming hardware creator – showcased its bar-setting Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz gaming monitor. This groundbreaking display is available in matte and glossy finishes worldwide.
The Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz is the very definition of trailblazing, with individually-calibrated color gamuts and exemplary refresh rates. The Dough Spectrum 4K is ready for anything you run on it, thanks to compatibility with systems like AMD FreeSync Pro and NVIDIA G-SYNC. It features integer upscaling that’s perfect for retro games, a frame rate counter overlay, and crosshair overlay options, to ensure every game you’re playing looks and performs at its best.
The Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz glossy gaming monitor is a first for the industry. It features a revolutionary glossy finish designed to complement gameplay and its wide color spectrum. Following interest from the monitor enthusiast community, Dough invested additional research and development time to realize this vibrant vision — one which enhances the output of the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz’s HDR display. The result is clearer, brighter gameplay and exceptionally rich colors.
Dough is committed to championing crowd-development and subscribes to the idea that better products are created with input from enthusiasts. While developing these gaming monitors, the company considered its community’s opinions both when working on its technical details and design. Dough works hand-in-hand with a community of gaming enthusiasts who passionately contribute their ideas in order to create the best product for them, and over 2,000 community members responded to the call for feedback on Project Spectrum.
“With Dough, we always commit to delivering the best user experience. Our goal is to create a product that revolutionizes the way gamers enjoy their games,” said Rob, Product Manager at Dough. “The Spectrum 4K 144Hz exemplifies our unwavering commitment to excellence, and we’re excited to share this advancement with millions of gamers worldwide. We are determined to not only meet but exceed every expectation on products, especially amongst our community.”
The Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz supports the 100x100mm VESA Mounting Interface Standard, as well as the optional Spectrum Stand. This $99 peripheral supports a wide range of customizations, with options to tilt the monitor between +23° and -7°, raise or lower it 122mm, or even change your perspective with a 90° rotation from horizontal to vertical.
Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz Specs and Features:
- 4K 3840 x 2160 resolution
- 144Hz Refresh Rate
- 10,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
- HDR up to 750 Nits Brightness
- AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
- NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible
- VESA Certified AdaptiveSync
- 98% DCI-P3 factory-calibrated accurate colors
- 27” IPS Bezel-less Display
- Video input through 2 HDMI 2.1 ports, 1 DisplayPort 1.4 port, 2 USB Type-C port, and a built-in USB hub
The Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz retails starting at $949 USD and is available now for purchase from Dough.tech. The Spectrum QHD 280Hz is additionally available for purchase. See how customers use their Spectrum monitors at the Dough Gaming Corners page.
For more information about the Dough Spectrum 4K 144Hz and Spectrum QHD 280Hz, please visit: https://www.dough.tech/pages/
A press kit with logos and system photos is available at: https://uberstrategist.
Dough is the world’s first community-powered gaming hardware creator that delivers game-changing experiences through its product lineup. They recently launched the world’s first Glossy 4K Gaming Monitor in the Spectrum 4K 144Hz and are committed to the championing of crowd-development and subscribe to the idea that better products are created with input from enthusiasts. Dough takes pride in their ability to deliver top-notch products that offer the best user experience for the end-consumers while delivering industry-leading designs.
While other engineers work in isolation, Dough begins by reaching out to the community to ask, “What do you need?”. It takes that valuable feedback to customize hardware and create engineering revolutions based on what the gamers using that technology most desire. Enthusiasts know best what they need, and Dough listens to make those dreams come true.
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Alex Handziuk and Jenni Lada