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Philips introduces the Ultra HD 288E2UAE monitor

Philips has announced a new monitor featuring a minimalistic design for the workspace. The Philips 288E2UAE monitor features a 4K resolution and enhanced connectivity options to improve productivity. 

The Philips 288E2UAE monitor comes equipped with a 28-inch IPS panel with a 4K resolution, 4ms G2G response time, and a 60Hz refresh rate. This IPS panel has an 8-bit colour depth, 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 300nits of brightness, covering up to  106.9% of the NTSC colour spectrum and 119.7% of the sRGB colour gamut. The monitor comes factory calibrated with a Delta E < 2 (sRGB).

Featuring SmartImage game modes, users have a wide variety of colour presets to choose from when displaying content on the 288E2UAE monitor. It also features SmartContrast to automatically calibrate the contrast ratio based on the content being display, Adaptive sync to prevent tearing, and flicker-free technology and LowBlue mode to reduce the users' eye fatigue and damage when using this monitor for extended periods.

This monitor has a pair of 3W speakers, a DisplayPort, an HDMI port, and a USB-hub with 4x USB-A 3.2 interfaces. The included stand allows the user to tilt (-5º to 20º) and adjust the height of the monitor by 100mm. Additionally, users can mount a VESA 100x100mm monitor arm on the back to improve the monitor's ergonomics.

Pricing and availability of the Philips 288E2UAE have not been disclosed yet. You can learn more about this monitor HERE.

KitGuru says: What do you all think of the latest monitor from Philips? Are you considering jumping to a UHD monitor for productivity purposes? 

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