Have you ever wondered can you get better quality from your devices, can I squeeze just a little bit more graphics from it ? Now you can with the Darbee Vision DVP-5000S. When you are playing any game be it on the PC or console you may not notice any changes in the image if you upgrade your HDMI to a more expensive and better quality one. But as soon as you plug in the DVP-5000S you can tell the difference and it’s HUGE! The quality jumps by 110%, you can see more of the image depth and at a better quality then running it off the regular screen be it TV or PC monitor. I did a test where with the standalone HDMI cable and the GPU at max then I compared the images one with the device on and one with the device off and honestly I don’t see why people aren’t getting this device for their gaming in particular!
This gives anyone the quality the want from a graphics card with it being the most expensive one out there. When I first started using this device I was skeptical about it. I was like “I don’t this is going to make that big of a difference to it at all.” But after playing Overwatch for 3 hours using this device I can honestly say you’d have to be crazy not to get one of these with your gaming rig. Even if you just want better quality videos this device has you covered. I hope that you guys will give it a shot and please let me know how it looks on your end!!! I can tell you for a fact that you won’t be disappointed. In the package you get the DVP 5000S , an HDMI cable, the power adapter and the remote. All in a sleek compact box. When you first connect this device you automatically see the difference and you won’t want to play with out this device.
The only problem with this is that when you first connected the device it bugs just a little but within the first ten minutes of tinkering with it the minor glitch goes away and you are ready to play to your hearts content. When you pair this up with a good monitor and a great graphics card you get a great streaming combo that beats out anyone else’s build to the ground. You can see this quality even when being streamed, hope to prove this later down the road. The real stress test will come in a few weeks when I do a 72 hour live stream to see if the device will hold ups and still functions under those conditions.
If the DVP-5000s holds up to the test then it will definitely be a device to have in your arsenal of tech!