Philips Monitors opens its first concept store in the Philippines at SM Megamall Cyberzone. The store is home to monitors ranging from entry-level computer displays to high-end curved displays.

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Experience digital content on 4K

One of the displays you can ogle at the store is the Philips BDM4350UC in all its 4K Ultra HD glory. The Brilliance BDM4350UC utilizes high-performance panels to deliver 3,840 x 2,160 resolution images. Whether you’re a designer creating your next masterpiece with CAD solutions, editing photos, or watching the latest movie on Blu-ray, the Brilliance BDM4350UC will bring your images to life. The IPS panel provides you extra-wide viewing angles to give you accurate color representation whichever way you look at it.

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SmartImage on the BDM4350UC also gives you an optimized display performance by analyzing the content currently displayed. The MultiView 4K enables the BDM4350UC to take advantage of its expansive UHD display. With Picture-by-Picture, you’re allowed to view four screens from different systems simultaneously. The BDM4350UC is also equipped with a Mobile High Definition Link interface, letting you to connect your phone and see the content there through the massive 43-inch display. Aside from that, the BDM4350UC is equipped with a pair of high-quality 7W speakers for added enjoyment of your multimedia content.

Immersion like no other

Now, if curved displays are something you’re looking into, come check out the eye-popping lineup of Philips curved monitors at the concept store. Curved screens are designed to provide a more immersive experience with its larger field-of-view. A perfect example of that is the Brilliance BDM3490UC. This Philips monitor produces crystal clear Ultra-Wide Quad HD (3,440 x 1,440) images. Its extremely narrow borders allow for minimal distraction. The IPS panel provides vivid colors and remarkably crisp images. The BDM3490UC also boasts true-to-life color reproduction with over 99 percent coverage of sRGB color standard. Taking full advantage of the 21:9 screen ratio, this monitor also comes with MultiView so you connect multiple devices and view it side-by-side at the same time. DTS Sound processing enables an immersive, virtual surround sound experience free from distortion.

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If the BDM3490UC is too big for your liking, you can check out the 279X6QJSW Curved LCD monitor. This more compact version gives you Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution and the immersive experience of a curved monitor without breaking the bank. The 279X6QJSW is equipped with the Philips MVA LED panels, which give super-high static contrast ratios for vivid and eye-popping images. If gaming is your thing, the 279X6QJSW features AMD’s FreeSync technology for a fluid, stutter-free experience. Philips Flicker-free technology applies a new solution that regulates the flicker of LED-backlit screens to help prevent eye fatigue after long hours of staring at the screen.

All set for a new display

If you’re in the market for a new monitor or perhaps thinking of adding a second one to your current setup, Philips Monitors also offers these displays that produce high-quality images and sport elegant designs. All monitors use TrueVision, a proprietary Philips technology that uses advanced algorithms for testing and aligning the display for optimum performance.

 LCD Panel TypePanel SizeOptimum ResolutionSignal Input
284E5QHADMVA28”1,920 x 1,080 @ 60HzHDMI, MHL-HDMI, VGA
276E7QDSBPLS LCD27”1,920 x 1,080 @ 60HzVGA, DVI-D, MHL-HDMI
246E7QDSWPLS LCD23.6”1,920 x 1,080 @ 60HzVGA, DVI-D, MHL-HDMI
243V5QHSBAMVA23.6”1,920 x 1,080 @ 60HzVGA, DVI-D, HDMI
227E7QDSBAH-IPS LCD21.5”1,920 x 1,080 @ 60HzVGA, DVI-D, MHL-HDMI
200V4QSBRMVA19.53”1,920 x 1,080 @ 60HzVGA, DVI-D
193V5LSB23TFT-LCD18.5”1,366 x 768 @ 60HzVGA
163V5LSB23TFT-LCD15.6”1,366 x 768 @ 60HzVGA

To check out all of these products, head to the Philips Monitors concept store at the fourth floor of the SM Megamall Cyberzone.

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