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Philips 248X3LFH LightFrame Monitor Review

Rating: 7.0.

Today we are looking at the Philips 248X3LFH, a beautifully styled 23.6 inch LightFrame monitor. Philips claim that the LightFrame not only looks great, but will help to reduce eye strain. At around £230 inc vat it won’t hurt the bank balance too badly, but is it actually any good?

Getting a good monitor today is not difficult, however there are so many models under £300 that it can be difficult to prune a shortlist down to a couple of high performing models.

The Philips 248X3LFH is built around a 23.6 inch LED panel with a ‘smartimage’ option. Philips have basically pre-programmed the panel with a handful of modes to suit your working environment.

The 248X3LFH is a Mercury free design which is built around 100 percent recyclable components. The main talking point however will be the LightFrame 2-enabled front bezel which helps make the display stand out in such a crowded marketplace.

Product Highlights:

  • Innovative LightFrame™ technology relaxes your eyes
  • LED technology for brilliant images
  • SmartImage optimised for ease of use
  • SmartKolor for rich vibrant images
  • SmartTxt for an optimised reading experience
  • HDMI-ready for 16:9 Full HD entertainment
  • Cool blue lighted bezel helps improve concentration

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  • Peter

    I saw one of these in our local PC shop and I agree they look beautiful, almost Apple like. Shame this panel is a nasty TN screen, not impressed.

  • Kermit

    They are nice looking monitors, but they aren’t really breaking any new ground technically. do they make an IPS model in this range?

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