- December 6, 2020
MMD launches Philips 326p1h (31.5 “/ 80cm diagonal) and Philips 329p1h (31.5” / 80cm diagonal) monitors
The new monitors offer a built-in USB-C docking station with power delivery function, better image quality, and a webcam with advanced sensors for Windows Hello facial recognition. These monitors are ideal for architects, graphic design professionals, financial operators, and other organizations that require advanced workspace performance monitors. Philips monitors offer solutions for all professionals, but at the same time, they are the best choice for working from home.
Connectivity to any job
The Philips 326P1H and 329P1H monitors have a built-in USB-C docking station with power delivery (this allows the laptop to charge up to 90 W). The monitor offers the ability to pass all additional peripherals and connections, such as the keyboard, mouse, and RJ-45 Ethernet cable, directly through the monitor’s docking station, thus connecting the laptop via a USB-C cable, and the user takes advantage of the full functionality. The Philips 326P1H has a display port-has, which allows you to connect multiple high-resolution monitors in series, using only a single cable from the first monitor to the computer.
Details, color, and high resolution are the keywords of these two new monitors. The Philips 326P1H offers a quad HD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels), making it easy to see all the details, while the Philips 329P1H offers an UltraClear 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) for a better viewing experience. These visual features are the best answer for a wide variety of professional needs by using detailed spreadsheets not only for 3D graphics applications but also for the financial sector. The monitors have an IPS panel, which offers additional viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, making it possible to view the screen from any angle, always providing high color accuracy. These monitors offer increased productivity due to their decent size, thanks to Flickr-free technology and Loblu mode. Both the 326p1h and 329p1h monitors meet the TUV Rhineland Eye Comfort standard, which prevents computer-generated fatigue.
Sustainability is a priority
Also, these monitors are “green” due to their environmental design. Both models have a power sensor that detects whether the user is in front of the screen and automatically reduces the brightness of the monitor when the user switches on, saving up to 80% energy cost and adjusting the light sensor to the brightness of the image. A perfect picture with low energy consumption.
Both monitors are completely free from harmful substances such as RoHS compliant, Energistar 8.0, EPEAT certified, lead, mercury, and PVC / BFR. Moreover, the packaging materials are 100% recyclable.
The Philips 326P1H Monitor is available at a recommended price of 2381L from early December, and the Philips 329P1H Monitor is available from the end of December at 3355L.