What the giant monitors will not joking, we show that Dell has a model of 43 inches that may well seem a TV, but provides many features that either you can become an interesting product for many. We told you I was not alone, Philips also had a model, and we will devote a few lines.
Obviously these monitors sense nowadays with many connection ports and a fairly high resolution, which in the present case is called 4K UHD, which are 3.840×2.160 pixels. If you have interest in the model, its actual name is Philips BDM4350UCwithin the family company UltraClear screens.
Made by the company TPV Technology Philips, we find an IPS panel, as in the case of Dell monitor. We do not like you do not have much physical adjustments game with foot, because you cannot change the height, or rotate. Yes there is a VESA mount if we want to find a different solution placement.
The W-LED backlight allows you to reach levels of 300 nits brightness, and a contrast of 1,200: 1. According to Philips backlight technology that uses gives you a uniform image of 96-105% which is a good thing for such a large screen. There is a second technology called Smart Uniformity also works to correct inconsistencies is back lighting.
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Ending with the typical parameters on the monitors say that the screen refresh is 60Hz, the response time is 5 milliseconds – gray to gray -, the pixel density is in 102ppp, and we have integrated two 7W speakers.
This type of monitors makes sense if we are to work with CAD, video editing, or we will take your system to place up to four sources simultaneously 1080p. For this there are 2 HDMI 2.0 inputs – MHL – two Display Port 1.2, and VGA. We also appreciate the presence of four USB 3.0 ports.
How much does this Philips UltraClear 43? Well Amazon is available for $800, considerably more affordable than Dell, which was above $1300 option. Philips waited more information about its appearance.