MMD and Philips Monitors have partnered up once again, this time to deliver a new display that combines UltraClear 4K resolution with new UltraColor technology, which provides an extra-wide color gamut for design, photo and video work. The new 31.5-inch 328P6VJEB display makes the most of its size with an Ultra-HD resolution, giving users plenty of screen space for productivity.
This new monitor was designed specifically with graphics designers, CAD engineers and even finance experts in mind. For detail sensitive work, UltraColor delivers a wider gamut (95% of the NTSC gamut as opposed to the typical 72%) and more natural tones. This technology is baked right into the panel itself, removing the need to mess with calibration menus on the OSD prior to using. Aside from that, the advanced Vertical Alignment technology also promises higher contrast ratios.
Here are some of the key technical specifications for the Philips 328P6VJEB monitor:
- LCD panel type: VA LCD.
- Backlighting technology: W-LED.
- Panel size: 31.5 inch / 80.1 cm.
- Aspect ratio: 16:9.
- Optimum resolution: 3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz.
- Viewing angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V), @ C/R > 10.
- Brightness: 300 cd/m².
- Display colours: 1.07 billion.
- Colour gamut: NTSC 95%.
For connectivity, this monitor comes equipped with ‘SmartConnect’ features, which essentially means you’ll get USB 3.0 ports with fast charging enabled, HDMI 2.0, VGA, DVI and MHL connections and sync input. The monitor stand also comes with the necessary adjustments you’ll need like height adjustment up to 180mm, 90-degree pivot and -170/+170 degree swivel. You can also tilt the display as needed.
This monitor should be available from this month onwards, though it does sit fairly high up the food chain with a £599 price tag.
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KitGuru Says: For design work, there is a lot of value in high color accuracy, high resolutions and suitable adjustability. On paper, it seems that this new display from Philips brings a lot to the table, though we have yet to see any reviews for now. Are any of you guys looking to pick up a display specifically for work purposes? What do you look for in a professional monitor?