The menu interface of the Philips Brilliance P-Line 241P4QPYKES is positioned bottom right and is touch sensitive.
It isn’t the best interface menu system we have used, but it is adequate.
The Ergosensor menu can be disabled completely, or a demo can be shown explaining how it works. As mentioned earlier in the review ErgoSensor advises users on how to sit in an ergonomic position at the computer with a corrective feedback on optimal viewing distance, ergonomic neck angle and a time break advice. It also saves up to 80% energy consumption if user is not present on the seat by powering off the monitor.
This particular model has three inputs, DVI, VGA and DisplayPort. Sadly no HDMI.
The picture section of the menu interface controls the format, brightness, contrast, Smartcontrast, Gamma and Overscan.
The audio menu allows the end user to adjust DisplayPort audio and Standalone audio. The speakers are unfortunately quite weak with no bass response (rated at 1.5Wx2), although they would be perfectly fine for alert noises within an office environment.
SmartImage presets are available via a button on the interface panel.