MMD, a wholly owned company of TPV that exclusively markets and sells Philips branded LCD displays worldwide, has officially launched MMD Philippines together with Philips’s new E series, 4K and Curved monitors, and AOC’s new 76 and 81 series. Press and dealers were invited to a two-leg event that concluded in Manila (Ortigas, Pasig City) and Cebu City.

Kan Yeung, general manager of MMD Philippines, did the opening remarks by discussing the market’s stability for MMD worldwide and its fast growing market share in the Philippines as well. Paul Tsai, product manager for Philips monitors, discussed the features and innovation of the new Philips monitors they unveiled. For the AOC monitors, Jack Salamia, marketing manager for AOC and Philips monitors, revealed and introduced the new line of monitors and their features.


Inspired by the world around us, the gentle curve of the Philips Brilliance Curved Ultra Wide Display puts you at the center of the desktop for a truly immersive experience like never before. This is what you can expect with the new Philips BDM3490UC, while the Philips BDM4350UC has its 4K Ultra High-Definition where you can see all details of the picture. If you would like to have vivid, true-to-life colors in an elegant design, then the Philips 276E7QDSB is for you. This brilliant wide view display offers a wider color gamut.


AOC has earned a reputation for selling user-friendly, technologically-advanced displays. Every aspect of AOC’s business focuses on the development of products that fit seamlessly into your digital lifestyle. The new model I2381FH is impressively good looking and doesn’t short change users. It comes with the AOC Flicker Free technology that uses a smooth backlight control system to reduce eye strain. Meanwhile, the stunning 27-inch I2781FH display boasts a stylish asymmetrical base and ultra-thin 9.9mm profile for a modern, minimal look.

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