Philips has announced the 241B7QUBHEB and 272B7QUBHEB LCD monitors. Both products are equipped with USB dock stations integrated with DisplayLink technology. You can connect various accessories such as keyboards, mice, routers via Ethernet and so on. The USB Type-C port allows you to connect a laptop and recharge. With a single cable, you can then connect a laptop to the monitor, get the connection to the fixed network, transfer files and so on.
The four USB Type-A ports and USB Type-C on the monitor support USB 3.2 specifications. Connectivity also includes an HDMI 1.4 input, a DisplayPort 1.2 input, and output, a Gigabit Ethernet port and an audio output on a 3.5 mm jack.
The panels mounted on the two monitors are 24″ for 241B7QUBHEB and 27″ for 272B7QUBHEB respectively. The type chosen is IPS with W-LED backlight (“white” LEDs) and a viewing angle of 178° along both axes. The resolution of the 24-inch model is Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) while the 27-inch model reaches 2560 x 1440 pixels. The native contrast ratio is 1000:1 while the brightness varies. The 27-inch model reaches 350 cd / m2 – nits and the 24inch version stops a little below 250 cd / m2 – nits. The declared response time is 5 ms GtG (gray to gray).
The two monitors are also equipped with two 2 W speakers and a retractable 2-megapixel webcam compatible with Windows 10 Hello. The stand support up to 90° rotation, height adjustment, rotation and tilting of the screen. Complete the equipment LowBlue Mode, which reduces the emission of blue light to ensure better visual comfort.
Philips 241B7QUBHEB and 272B7QUBHEB monitors are available for EUR 359 (24″) and EUR 539 (27″) respectively.