MMD introduced two new display for home users – Philips E-Line 246E7QDAB and 276E7QDAB UltraColor with technology support.
UltraColor technology solves the problem of color distortion. This feature will be useful for home entertainment, and to work with any application. UltraColor covers more colors – 85% NTSC gamut versus the standard 72% – and as a result the picture becomes more natural. Unlike monitors, which use software tools to improve the image, displays UltraColor used most possible settings panel with innovative color scale. The new monitors E-Line received the Full HD resolution 1920 x 1080 at a ratio of 16: 9. They support Philips Flicker-free technology eliminates flickering on the screen, so that your eyes do not get tired even after a few hours at the computer.
The new E-Line monitors are black glossy body and narrow frame around the display is covered with glass from edge to edge, a thin metal stand and carefully hidden wires. The front panel buttons are completely absent: in their place behind the controller is convenient EasySelect to quickly change the monitor settings.
New products support the “smart» Philips technologies: SmartContrast analyzes the image on the screen and automatically adjusts the color and intensity of the backlight for better results. This feature is particularly useful in the darkened video game scenes. Also in the new monitors provided Eco mode, which helps to use less power during operation with office applications. Philips SmartImage Lite technology automatically enhances the contrast, color saturation and sharpness of images for any problems.
By connecting to the monitor, a smartphone or other gadget with MHL support, users can broadcast on the big screen photos and videos, and play mobile games and watch movies as Full HD UltraColor. The mobile device will then be powered by maintaining the battery charge during long gaming sessions and screenings.
New products are now on sale for an estimated price of 21,900 and 14,990 rubles for a model 276E7QDAB and 246E7QDAB respectively.