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Spectrum. More power, no compromise

The ultimate 27 inch IPS monitor developed by 4053 gamers, coders and designers in eve.community
The ultimate 27 inch IPS monitor developed by 4053 gamers, coders and designers in eve.community
  • Eve Spectrum is shaping up to a be competitive gaming monitor

  • This crowd-designed display aims to beat our best gaming monitor

  • This gaming monitor's specs are based on a survey of more than 2,000 potential buyers

vithren

I think 27" is the perfect size, gaming, movies and work do well while hardware is not insanely expensive

Traveler

I want something that’s a great balance between gaming and productivity without a bunch of gamer junk all over it

SyrtakiVampir

I’d love an IPS panel with high refresh rate and superb colour accuracy

Developed in the crowd

Eve Spectrum is the first ever crowd-developed monitor. Every detail was discussed, debated and decided on by the eve community—over 7 000 minds working together as one.

See how spectrum was made in the community
get the best work done

Because @TristanSchaaf didn’t want to settle for anything less than the best in class panel for his work as a web designer. And neither did all the other video editors, 3D designers and photographers who need color accuracy and wide gamut.

  • 27"ips
    Up to 3840 x 2160
  • HDR
    Up to 750 nits
    peak brightness
  • P3
    wide color
    gamut
TristanSchaaf

I would like IPS because it generally has the best colors and best viewing angles

Ervin

144Hz and more is hard to describe. One has to see it to believe it. IT MAKES A REAL DIFFERENCE

Who doesn't like butter?

Because @Ervin had to have bleeding edge gaming performance. And so did all the other gamers who had to have an unfair advantage.

  • 1 ms
    response time
  • 240Hz
    refresh rate
  • IPS
    OXIDE Panel
  • compatible
  • certified

KING

of ports
tedwayler

When it comes to ports I wish it would have at least 2 Displayport connections

  • HDMI
    1x HDMI
    [HDMI 2.0a video input]
  • USB B
    2 x DisplayPort
    [DisplayPort 1.4 video input
    DisplayPort 1.4 video output for daisy-chaining]
  • DP
    2x USB Type-C
    [HDMI (1.4b) Alternate Mode video input
    HDMI (1.4b) Alternate Mode video output for daisy-chaining
  • USB A
    DisplayPort (1.4) Alternate Mode video input
  • USB C
    DisplayPort (1.4) Alternate Mode video output for daisy-chaining
  • USB A
    USB 3.1 Gen 2 (up to 10Gbps) downstream
  • USB C
    2x USB Type-A
    [USB 3.1 Gen 2 (up to 10Gbps) downstream
  • AUX
    1x USB Type-B
    [USB 3.1 upstream connection to computer]
  • DP
    1x 3.5mm
    [headphone / speaker output from video input source]
  • USB A
    DisplayPort (1.4) Alternate Mode video input

Because @tedwayler wanted to have all of his devices neatly connected to one hub. And so did all the other cable-mess haters. Spectrum comes with the most advanced port selection on the market.

dingame

The monitor should have USB-C with DP alt mode and charging PD standard allowing one cable connection for your PC

1 CABLE

Because @dingame had to power his gaming laptop, charge his phone, power external hardrive and keep his peripherals powered while keeping desk clean. And so did all the other people who wanted to use one device to power their desk.

  • Type C – 100W charging, video and data simultaniosly with only one cable

GET IT WITH
the stand...

Because @adt had to be able to switch from portrait to landscape mode. And so did all the others who wanted to elevate, rotate and tilt their display. The Spectrum stand comes with height adjustment, tilt and rotation — it’s completely adjustable. It’s stable without taking up much space.

+
-
13 cm
height adjustment
+24° -8° tilt
adt

I would not buy a monitor which must stay landscape all the time, I want portrait mode possible!

90° rotation

Because @EchoVictor had to be able to switch from portrait to landscape mode. And so did all the others who wanted to elevate, rotate and tilt their display. The Spectrum stand comes with height adjustment, tilt and rotation — it’s completely adjustable. It’s stable without taking up much space.

Because @EchoVictor didn’t care about the stand and wanted to use his own VESA arm and so did 46,6% of users who put stand away in a closet when they purchase a new monitor. We’ve made the stand optional so you can choose. Don’t pay for the stuff you don’t need!

Buy your Spectrum with the stand or without and hook it up to 100x100 Vesa mount. Up to you!

EchoVictor

I would be using a VESA mount for my new monitor, so the stand would just take up space for me

...or
without

Because @EchoVictor didn’t care about the stand and wanted to use his own VESA arm and so did 46,6% of users who put stand away in a closet when they purchase a new monitor. We’ve made the stand optional so you can choose. Don’t pay for the stuff you don’t need!

Buy your Spectrum with the stand or without and hook it up to a 100x100 VESA mount. Up to you!

unlike
others.

Customize your Spectrum with one of our high-quality skins. We are currently developing the skins and more designs will be selected based on community’s suggestions as Spectrum nears production.

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