Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB: released two new 24-inch IPS-monitor with 16:10 aspect ratio

Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB: released two new 24-inch IPS-monitor with 16:10 aspect ratio

The company MMD, has the rights to the brand Philips Monitors, today announced the new 24-inch monitors Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB. Both models are based on IPS-matrix c resolution of 1920×1200 pixels (16:10 aspect ratio), viewing angles of 178 ° horizontally and vertically, the brightness of 300 cd / m² and a static contrast ratio of 1000: 1. The frequency of updates and the response time is 60 Hz and 5 ms, respectively.

Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB Features

The main feature is to monitor the availability of special infrared sensor PowerSensor, whereby the display brightness is reduced automatically close in the absence of user, which in turn helps to significantly reduce power consumption. Also, new items can boast support Flicker-free and LowBlue technology that reduces the amount of radiation in the blue part of the spectrum. Among other features worth noting the presence of the stereo 2 W each.

Philips 240B7QPJEB monitor is equipped with video inputs, VGA, DisplayPort, and HDMI, as well as dual-ported splitter USB 3.0. In turn, the model received 240B7QPTEB connectors HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort and VGA, as well as a 4-port hub USB 3.0.

Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB: released two new 24-inch IPS-monitor with 16:10 aspect ratio

Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB: Price and release date

New products have already started to be delivered to official retailers, and their suggested retail price is about 390 dollars.

Source: eteknix

Philips 240B7QPJEB and 240B7QPTEB: released two new 24-inch IPS-monitor with 16:10 aspect ratio was last modified: December 11th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby