In the monitor market, the big screen models have recently attracted attention. Manufacturers are trying to add large-screen and ultra-wide products to their portfolio. Philips unveils its new 43-inch ultra-wide monitor.
The Philips 439P9H monitor offers a resolution of 3840×1200 pixels on its 43-inch screen. The 32:10 ultra-wide format, with two monitors side by side, has an 1800R curve ratio. The total field of view is 1052x329mm.
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DisplayHDR 400 and 400 nits brightness can monitor images from multiple sources can be arranged in windows. With the KVM switch you can switch between multiple chassis-keyboard-mouse.
Thanks to Adaptive-Sync support, the monitor has a built-in USB Type-C dock, which prevents delays and tears. This station also provides Ethernet and energy transfer. The top webcam is compatible with Windows Hello. Low blue light and reading modes are added to avoid disturbing the eyes. The Philips 439P9H will be sold at a price tag of 879 Pounds.