Philips 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A and 27E1N1600AE: Good monitors for office work

MMD is expanding its range of the best cheap monitors for the home office with three new E1 displays. The brand new business models Philips 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A, and 27E1N1600AE work with IPS panels and 100 Hz.

Philips 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A and 27E1N1600AE

Philips introduced three new good monitors for office work from the E1 series. The fresh and affordable business monitors carry the model numbers 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A, and 27E1N1600AE. The first two models are Full HD monitors with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, the 27E1N1600AE is a WQHD monitor and creates 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. The panels work with IPS LED technology.

Philips 24E1N1100A (24″) & 27E1N1100A (27″)

Both the Philips 24E1N1100A with a screen diagonal of 23.8 inches and the Philips 27E1N1100A (27 inches) are not only equipped with an anti-glare FHD IPS panel that offers a frameless design for multi-monitor setups but also offer a cable management system that keeps the workplace tidy. There is also a refresh rate of 100 Hz with 1 ms MPRT and Adaptive-Sync including a “SmartImage” game mode, 250 cd/m² brightness, and a contrast ratio of 1,300:1.

Both office works monitors are also equipped with two integrated, downward-firing 2-watt stereo speakers. The Philips monitors have VGA and HDMI 1.1 as inputs, as well as separate audio inputs and outputs (3.5 mm jack). Eye-friendly functions such as LowBlue mode, flicker-free technology, and EasyRead, which provides a paper-like reading experience, round off the features of the home office displays.

Philips 27E1N1600AE (27″)

The Philips 27E1N1600AE stands out as an all-rounder with a WQHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels at 100 Hz. It boasts a brightness of 350 cd/m², a contrast ratio of 1,500:1, and supports HDR 10. The 27E1N1600AE features 1x USB-C with DisplayPort Alt Mode, data and power delivery, alongside two USB-A ports (USB 3.2 Gen 1) for versatile connectivity. Devices can charge at 65 watts using USB-PD version 3.0, eliminating the need for a VGA port. The Quad HD monitor also has integrated stereo speakers for multimedia.

Philips 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A and 27E1N1600AE

Three new monitors feature a tilt function that allows adjustments to individual viewing angles ranging from -5 to 20 degrees. Additionally, you can adjust the height of the Philips 27E1N1600AE model by 100 mm. Philips puts the MTBF of the three new models at 50,000 hours each, excluding the backlight.

AOC recently unveiled two new monitors designed for office and home office settings: the AOC 27B3CA2 and the 24B3CA2. These office work computer screen models feature an increased refresh rate and a USB Type C port with PD. Though the manufacturer did not primarily target video gamers, these models can still support gameplay.

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