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Microsoft Announces New Gaming Monitors Designed For Xbox Series X With 4K, 120Hz Support

A new "Gaming Features for Xbox" label will start appearing on HDMI 2.1 monitors that play best with the company's latest consoles.

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With monitors now starting to release with HDMI 2.1 support, you might be tempted to investigate options for your new Xbox Series X|S. Microsoft is taking a lot of the guesswork out of the equation with its new "Designed for Xbox" program, bestowing a certification on displays that will play best with its new range of gaming consoles. All of these new displays are coming later this year but support all the important features of HDMI 2.1, including 4K, 120Hz, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), low-latency modes, and varying degrees of HDR.

If you need a monitor right now, you can capitalize on Amazon Prime Day and pick up one of many deeply discounted gaming monitors over the next few hours. Also check out our guide to the best gaming monitors for both Xbox Series X|S and PS5 that you can purchase today.

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