Philips Monitors Introduces New USB-C Models With Webcam

Philips Monitors Introduces New USB-C Models With Webcam

Today’s professionals adapt more easily to new technologies. As work rhythms, spaces and styles are constantly changing, MMD, the leading display specialist and license partner of the Philips Monitors brand, introduces a new range of models designed to meet these dynamic demands. The Philips monitors 34B1U5600CH, 24B1U5301H and 27B1U5601H offer video conferencing convenience, productivity, comfort in any workplace and a wide range of features that prioritize connectivity and multitasking.

Key Features

  • 5 MP web camera, noise canceling microphone and two integrated 5 W speakers for better video conferences;
  • USB 3.2 protocol for fast data transfer;
  • “DisplayPort-Out” for connecting additional displays;
  • Built-in KVM switch for easy switching of video sources;
  • 27- and 34-inch models have a USB-C PC connection function with RJ45 and a power supply of up to 100 W;
  • “PowerSensor” that allows you to reduce energy consumption by up to 80%;
  • “SmartErgoBase” – ergonomic arrangement that increases comfort;
  • 100% recyclable packaging.

Philips monitors are committed to providing our professional users with everything they need to get the most out of every workday. The 24B1U5301H, 27B1U5601H and 34B1U5600CH monitors are packed with features that promote maximum productivity at home or in the office, while protecting users’ comfort and well-being with technologies that enhance virtual collaboration and multitasking. “Many will be pleased by the fact that these models protect the planet and do not increase energy bills,” says Artyomas Chomenko, Head of Product Management at MMD-Monitors Displays.

A professional ally for everyday life

The Philips 24B1U5301H, 27B1U5601H and 34B1U5600CH are designed to make every task easier and provide bright, vivid images and excellent image quality that will please even the most demanding CAD-CAM, 3D graphics or photography professionals. Thanks to IPS (24 and 27-inch models) or VA technology (34-inch model), all three models provide a sharp image and feature ultra-wide viewing angles of 178/178°. Crystal clear resolution in 34″ and 27″ models – 34B1U5600CH – UWQHD (3440×1440) and 27B1U5601H – WQHD (2560×1440) meet the highest display expectations of even the most demanding professionals.

Connectivity and multi-tasking are prioritized thanks to innovative technologies such as USB Type-C port with a single cable for fast data transfer, networking and laptop charging. The integrated multiclient KVM switch allows users to control two separate computers with a single monitor, keyboard and mouse setup, and provides the ability to switch video sources with the push of a button. Display Port-Out is another feature that simplifies the workday by allowing users to daisy chain their monitors together. Finally, a USB 3.2 hub allows for faster and more comprehensive peripheral output, reducing cable clutter.

In all three models, virtual collaboration is facilitated by features such as an integrated 5 MP web camera, noise-cancelling microphone and speakers. The microphone and speakers ensure clear communication, while the webcam protects users’ privacy with a physical switch, and is equipped with advanced sensors for fast and secure Windows HelloTM facial recognition.

As long computer work can quickly become a detriment at home and in the office, the Philips 24B1U5301H, 27B1U5601H and 34B1U5600CH ensure visual and ergonomic comfort with a tilt, swivel, height-adjustable base and TUV eye fat reduction. . These models also feature PowerSensor, which reduces energy consumption by up to 80%, and LightSensor, which ensures optimal brightness in any ambient setting.

Pricing and Availability

The Philips 24B1U5301H, 27B1U5601H and 34B1U5600CH will be available from the end of October for €439, €549 and €759 respectively.

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