MENU

24” and 27” LCD monitors come with hybrid USB docking

24” and 27” LCD monitors come with hybrid USB docking

New Products |
By eeNews Europe



Designed with today’s professionals in mind, these monitors bring together a host of time-saving, productivity-enhancing features to simplify and facilitate the workday. The built-in USB docking station is equipped with DisplayLink technology that offers the convenience of universal port replication so users can quickly and securely connect their notebook to networks, transfer files, watch videos, and more, thanks to a single dual-mesh USB cable with Type-C and Type-A connectors. All peripherals, including keyboard, mouse, and RJ-45 Ethernet cable connect to the monitors’ docking station, reducing cable clutter while boosting productivity. And thanks to DisplayPort-out, multiple high-resolution displays can be linked together with just one cable. Finally, USB 3.2 SuperSpeed+ data transfer technology means users can transmit data faster than ever. They can even do it while powering and charging their notebook directly from their monitor.

Both monitors are equipped with IPS technology to consistently deliver rich, vivid colours whose accuracy and brightness are ideally suited for graphic designers, CAD engineers, photographers, and video editors, among others. The IPS panels also enable extremely wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, meaning the screen can be viewed from almost any angle. The Philips 272B7QUBHEB features CrystalClear Quad HD resolution as well as Ultra Wide-Color technology for remarkable brilliance. The monitors include an innovative, secure Windows Hello pop-up webcam with facial recognition technology that can be safely tucked away when not in use, removing the risk of prying eyes. Physical comfort is ensured as well, thanks to such eye-friendly technology as LowBlue Mode, as well as the ergonomic SmartErgoBase, which allows users to position their monitor to the precise height and angle that best suit their needs.

Philips – www.philips.co.uk

If you enjoyed this article, you will like the following ones: don't miss them by subscribing to :    eeNews on Google News

Share:

Linked Articles
10s