Philips has recently launched its 27 inches 4K monitor, Philips Brilliance 27 4K. The monitor comes with a built-in USB Type-C dock that allows you to connect the monitor with a keyboard or mouse or Ethernet. The monitor supports 4K images up to 60 Hz. The IPS display comes with thin bezels and a 122 % sRGB gamut. The monitor has a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a response time of 5 milliseconds.
This Philips monitor is specially designed for users who own a laptop with USB-C ports and move frequently. With the built-in dock, users can charge their PC and connect it with the USB or Display or HDMI or Ethernet ports with one USB-C cable.
In order to reduce eye strain, Philips has come up with a built-in low blue light mode and flicker-free features. The company has also integrated a sensor that can automatically detect when no one is in front of the monitor and in turn, dims the display.
Today, Philips has launched yet another monitor. This is a 43-inch 32:10 ultra wide screen display with a resolution of 3840 × 1200 pixels. It should be noted that the 32:10 ratio is equivalent to two 16:10 screens side by side! The monitor support HDR and 1800R curvature and are tagged with a price tag of 6999 Yuan. Other specifications include 450nit continuous brightness and 97% DCI-P3 . The monitor has also earned its VESA 400 certification.
The Philips 43 inches monitor features a 1800R curved surface with a built-in USB docking station and a maximum output of 75W to charge and transmit signals to external devices. The display also features a pop-up webcam that supports Windows Hello.
In terms of interface, the display has one HDMI, two DPs, one USB-C, one USB uplink, and a network cable interface. To learn more about the product, visit the product page (in Chinese). Do share your thoughts on Philips 43 inches monitor in the comment section below!