Sony Inzone M3 Gaming Monitor with 27-inch Screen Launch: Details
Sony Inzone M3 gaming monitor has been launched by the company. The monitor comes as a more affordable version of the Inzone M9 that was released a few months ago. While the previous gaming monitor was priced at $900 (roughly Rs. 74,000), the latest Sony Inzone M3 is priced at $529 (roughly Rs. 43,500). It offers Full HD resolution instead of the 4K resolution that comes with the Sony Inzone M9. The new Sony Inzone M3 with a 27-inch screen comes with a brightness of up to 400 nits.
##SonyInzoneM3 Gaming Monitor Price, Availability
Sony’s new gaming monitor is priced at $529, making it a more affordable option than the Sony Inzone M9. Interested buyers can purchase the Sony Inzone M3 from the company’s website.
##SonyInzoneM3 Gaming Monitor Specifications
The new gaming monitor, Sony Inzone M3, supports HDR10 and HLG formats. The Full HD screen of the monitor offers a brightness of 400 nits. Sony Inzone M3 supports refresh rate up to 240 Hz, automatic low latency mode. The gaming monitor comes with variable refresh rates for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC.
Similar to the more expensive Inzone M9 model, the Sony Inzone M3 monitor comes with a 27-inch screen with a black and white design similar to the PS5 gaming console.
The Sony Inzone M3 offers a 16:9 aspect ratio, a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1, a color gamut of 99% sRGB coverage, and color support for 1.07 billion shades. It comes with Standard, FPS Game, Cinema, Game 1 and Game 2 picture modes for gaming support.
Sony Inzone M3 connectivity options include DisplayPort 1.4, USB Type-C, HDMI 2.1 ports and a 3.5mm audio jack. A gaming monitor can be used to control two computers with one mouse and keyboard.
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