Considering competitive games as sports, INZONE products were designed as professional gear for game players, which fit the flexible playing style of eSports players. In combination with PlayStation®5, there is a sense of unity in design. You can combine the monitor with other gaming platforms, including gaming computers.
INZONE Hub is computer software that controls INZONE monitors and headsets. It allows you to personalize experiences by customizing a wide range of operations, including a variety of sound and picture settings. You can also assign specific picture modes and sound profiles of the headset to individual computer applications and games.
You can control two computers or one computer and one gaming console, with a single set of a keyboard, mouse, and headset. The device controlled by USB devices changes automatically, according to the video input source selected. KVM stands for Keyboard, Video, and Mouse.
Gently wipe the screen or the exterior with a dry, soft cloth, such as an eyeglass cleaner.
For inks from oil markers on the screen, soak a cloth in a non-soap synthetic cleanser, diluted with water to be less than 1% cleanser. Squeeze the cloth tightly to eliminate excess liquid, then wipe gently to remove the ink. Immediately afterward, gently wipe the screen with a soft, dry cloth.
Don't use detergent with abrasives such as a cleanser.
Cables to connect the devices and the monitor are not supplied as the required cable type, version, or length depends on the customer's environment. The customer should purchase appropriate cables separately.
For the SDM-U27M90: The input lag time is 4.6 ms, which was measured via 4K/120fps game input based on the internal conditions. The actual lag time may differ in models, real-time usage environments, or specific conditions.
The settings screens do not change synchronously, but the settings are correctly changed from the INZONE Hub application or the monitor. To synchronize, exit the INZONE Hub application and launch it again, or close the setting screen of the monitor and display it again
When you select the Sony monitor with multiple monitors connected, the monitor may flash to notify you that the monitor has been selected. Note: The screen will only flash when the signal is SDR and will not flash during HDR signal.
When this message appears, use the joystick on the back right side of the monitor, then select either OK or Cancel. It cannot be turned off using a mouse.
Note: The entire message is: Auto picture mode signal was detected. Preset mode and Eco mode settings will be changed. Changing these settings will increase power consumption. (If Cancel, Auto picture mode will be turned off) Select using joystick
This happens when the VRR (Variable Reflash Rate) signal changes from the source device (from Off to On or On to Off). Depending on the VRR signal, it may take some time to adjust the signal frequency when switching. Please wait a moment until the picture refreshes. Note: Disabling the VRR function on your source device minimizes the mute period but you can't enjoy the VRR function.
Set the KVM switch correctly, then select the input assigned to KVM switch 1 or KVM switch 2. Note: For details, refer to the USB hub and Using the KVM switch (Auto switch function) sections in the Help Guide.
Ghosting or inverse ghosting may appear during fast gameplay when the Response time is set to Faster. This is due to excessive panel overdrive which may cause slight yet noticeable visual artifacts in the image. To avoid ghosting or inverse ghosting, change the Response time to Standard or Fast.
The LCD panel fitted to this unit is manufactured with high-precision technology, giving a functioning pixel ratio of at least 99.99%. A very small proportion of pixels may be stuck, either always off (black), always on (red, green, or blue), or flashing. This is not a malfunction.
Some source equipment produces signals that can cause the monitor to wake from standby mode. To avoid this issue, use the Power button at the bottom of the back of the monitor to turn it off. Note: By turning the monitor off in this manner, when you turn the monitor back on again you will need to manually turn on the source equipment as well.