Philips have recently announced three new models in their line-up, aimed at home offices and enhancing productivity. The Philips monitors 34B1U5600CH (34″ ultrawide), 24B1U5301H (24″), and 27B1U5601H (27″) offer a wide array of features that ensure convenience for video conferences, productivity, and comfort in every type of workplace, prioritising connectivity and multi-tasking. Key features of these 3 new models include 5MP webcam with noise cancelling microphone and dual 5-watt integrated speakers for video conferencing, a built-in KVM switch for easy toggling between sources and USB type-C connectivity. The Philips new displays are designed to facilitate every task, delivering bright, vivid pictures and excellent image quality to please even the most demanding CAD-CAM, 3D graphics, or photography professionals.
- 5MP webcam with noise cancelling microphone and dual 5-watt integrated speakers for video conferencing
- USB 3.2 ports for high-speed data transfer
- DisplayPort-out for connecting additional displays via daisy chaining
- Built-in KVM switch for easy toggling between sources
- The monitors also offer USB-C Docking with RJ45 and power delivery – the 27” and 34” up to 100W; the 24” of up to 90W
- PowerSensor human motion sensor for up to 80% energy cost reduction
- LightSensor ambient light sensor for dynamic adjustments of screen brightness depending on your room conditions
- SmartErgoBase for comfort-enhancing ergonomic adjustments with tilt, height and swivel adjustments available
- 100% Recyclable packaging material
The 24″ and 27″ models are based on IPS type panels, with the smaller model offering a 1920 x 1080 resolution, and the larger model offering a higher 2560 x 1440 resolution. The 34″ ultrawide model is based on a VA technology panel instead and has a 3440 x 1440 resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio.
Pricing and Availability
The Philips 24B1U5301H, 27B1U5601H, and 34B1U5600CH will be available for purchase from end of October at the price of £369.99, £459.99 and £619.99 respectively. More information can be found for each using the links above.
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