The standard diagonal of a widescreen monitor with an aspect ratio of 21:9 is 34 inches. The point here is basically the same screen height as a regular 27-inch screen with a 16:9 ratio.
But not everyone necessarily wants to add another regular monitor to a wide-angle monitor, so they end up with an unnecessarily small diagonal. This is where the new 40-inch Philips monitor comes in. Here, too, the height and resolution correspond to something – 31.5-inch monitors with a resolution of 2560×1440. And this is the one where there are larger pixels, but still quite acceptable (94 ppi).
40B1U5601H from Philips
Diagonal: 39.53 inches (100.4 cm) Resolution: 3440 x 1440 (94ppi) Panel: IPS, matte, 120Hz, measured brightness 480 nits, measured contrast: 1200:1, HDR support Connectors: HDMI 2.0 , DisplayPort 1.4, 2 x USB-C (USB, video, 100W power supply), DisplayPort output, 1Gb LAN, 4 x USB 3.0, USB-C, Headphones KVM: Yes (USB-C / USB-C) Speakers: 2 x 5W Camera: 5MP with Windows Hello support and microphone Consumption: 40W Dimensions with stand: 94.4 x 62.8 x 28 cm, without stand: 94.4 x 41.9 x 5.4 cm Weight without stand : 9.9 kg
Not just more space
Designed for office use, the Philips 40B1U5601H should impress you with its larger diagonal. By the standards of wide-angle monitors, this large surface is also not surprisingly curved, but it is more convenient to use for work. Tables in Excel, lines in Illustrator, or clips while editing video, maybe you prefer them in a flat, undistorted design. The IPS panel used does not suffer from color rendering distortions at the edges of the screen, as you look at it from a larger angle, so the lack of curvature does not matter here either. At the same time, the screen supports up to 120Hz, which will slightly improve the feeling when scrolling through long documents.
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