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Claim $200 Steam / Xbox / PlayStation Gift Card with Purchase of Philips 55inch 558M1RY 120hz 4k Gaming Monitor @ Aust Retailers

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The Philips 558M1RY UHD HDR 120Hz FreeSync monitor with soundbar features a 55inch display with a 3840 x 2160 max resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time (GTG), FreeSync Premium Pro compatible, integrated Bowers & Wilkins soundbar, Ambiglow, DisplayHDR 1000 certified, 95% DCI-P3, flicker-free technology, and VESA 200mm support.

The 55 inch screen retails for roughly $2499 AUD, not exactly a cheap gaming monitor but it sure as heck will make even your RTX 3080 sweat a bit with 4k resolution and 120hz refresh rate. You can also burn your retinas out with a panel that hits 750 cd/m2 with a peak brightness of 1200 cd/m2 in HDR.

The downside is that it is not HDMI 2.1 compatible, meaning your next-gen console will not run at 120hz — only your PC will.

Terms and Conditions

Purchase Valid Philips Monitor Models during the Promotion Period to be eligible for this promotion.

Valid Model: 558M1RY

Promotion Period: 17 September 2020 to 1 October 2020.

Each Customer may Claim a maximum of 3 x $200 eGift Cards. Each monitor purchase requires a separate Claim. Claims must be submitted by 15 October 2020.
This promotion is for retail purchases by Australian Residents only.

Purchases from overseas are ineligible: the Tax Invoice must list the Australian Business Number (ABN) of the Seller & the GST amount.
Claims will be deemed void if forged, manipulated or tampered with in any way.
Incomplete or unclear applications will not be accepted.
eGift Cards may not be substituted, exchanged, sold or redeemed for cash or other goods or services.
Philips Monitors reserves the right to change these rules without notice.

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Comments

  • That's a TV without any form of full-array local dimming, and it's wildly overpriced.

    Good luck with that promo, Philips.

    • It's not a TV, it's a monitor. Huge difference in application.

      • It's 55", it's a TV and anyone saying otherwise is trying to sell you shit

      • The only thing separating this from most televisions is the controller board, and the manual labour probably done to solder that onto the standard panels sold at this size.

        Waste of money considering you'd want to be sitting at least 1.5m away. Input lag difference would be maybe 5 ms, versus getting a proper HDR TV, including OLED models.

        You're not playing competitively on this 'monitor' so what's the point.

        • Who plays 'competitively' ?

          Seriously this is $200 off an overpriced TV is not a real deal agreed.

    • Just Philips alone is enough to steer me away.
      My 32" Philips has massive blue light/led bleeding on the edges.

      • It's not a Philips panel, they haven't really been at that level of electronics for a long time.

        It'll be Innolux, or something along those lines, so it's not going to be garbage for the purpose. The point is that the input lag gain on TVs that get converted into monitors is not worth the outlay versus just getting a nice TV. At this price, grab a 55" or 65" LG OLED, depending on how long you're wanting to sit around for deals.

  • At that price it should be OLED only

  • That’s a great bonus, but too expensive for me

  • https://www.pccasegear.com/products/51693/philips-558m1ry-uh...

    Just had to check the specs of this to confirm we weren't talking about a tv

  • I don't want bigger than my 43", I want smaller! Say 38" and not an ultrawide

  • laughs in LG C9

  • What's tjhe price of the actual TV/Monitor?

  • I thought I could use a 55" Q70 as a monitor for my desk. Now I have a tiny 55" TV.

    Could do better on prici g though, alot of 55" oled "gaming" TV's should flood the market shortly.