As our #3 choice for the best hdr gaming monitor, this 43\u201d 4K display by Philips has a lot to offer. It has an excellent high dynamic range (earning it a rating of DisplayHDR 1000), a peak brightness of 847 cd\/m\u00b2, multiple HDR mode options, & a wide color gamut which all combine to produce an amazing visual display.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Philips 436M6VBPAB\r\nThe Philips 436M6VBPAB is a gaming monitor with a 43\u201d UHD resolution screen display. This Philips Momentum monitor review will cover all of this monitor\u2019s great features like its 4K image quality (thanks to the Quantum Dot display), local dimming, and even the proprietary Philips Ambiglow technology!\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nExpect great things from the 436M6VBPAB: it has a 3840 x 2160 MVA panel with adaptive sync technology, a low response time of 4ms, is DisplayHDR 1000-certified (making it the perfect device for viewing HDR content), & has a low input lag which is perfect for fast-paced gaming. It uses Quantum Dot technology to produce vibrant & deep colors. The display even has an underglow feature called Ambiglow, which matches the colors on screen and projects them below the monitor for an enhanced visual experience.\r\nViewing Angle\r\nLike most monitors that use VA panels, this monitor falls short when it comes to viewing angles. While it will be somewhat easier to see from the side thanks to its large 43" screen, the performance still suffers (if you don\u2019t need a 4K display quite this large, consider the BenQ EW3270U PS4 Pro instead). Horizontally, you will start to notice a brightness loss around 35\u00b0; vertically, this loss will occur around 31. Black levels raise, both horizontally and vertically, around 12\u00b0.\r\nDurability\r\nThe build of this monitor is durable enough to withstand normal use, but the stand leaves a bit to be desired. It has a width of 33.0" and a depth of 10.4", so although the monitor isn't at risk of toppling over, it still allows quite a bit of play. Thankfully, for a more secure option, you can wall-mount this monitor using a VESA 200x200 mount. A wall mount will also give you more positioning options, as the included stand can't swivel or adjust height; it can only tilt.\r\nPorts & Expandability\r\nAnother shortcoming of this monitor is the input options. You can plug the following into the monitor: DisplayPort cable, HDMI cable, USB C cable, and a mini DisplayPort cable. The USB type C plug also works as an upstream port, but the extra features end there. It's ultimately disappointing because this means you will most likely have to purchase an HDMI splitter in order to connect your favorite devices to this flat 43" display (if you\u2019re interested in a curved display, head over to our BenQ 35 LED Curved EX3501R review!).\r\nValue\r\nAt $799.99, the 436M6VBPAB is a mid-priced monitor (the ViewSonic XG3220 is a cheaper option). It received good reviews on Amazon, resulting in an overall score of 4.6 out of 5-stars based on 6,379 Amazon ratings. You won't have to worry about paying extra to return this monitor if you don't like it, because it has both free shipping & free returns through Amazon Prime. Amazon offers a limited 30-day 100% money-back guarantee, but there is also a warranty offered through Philips as well.\r\nPhilips 436M6VBPAB Wrap Up\r\nOverall, the Philips 436M6VBPAB is a solid machine offering excellent picture quality, exceptional performance, and the addition of Ambiflow for an enhanced viewing experience is a nice touch. While it would have been nice to have had more HDMI ports, this problem is easily remedied by the purchase of an HDMI splitter.