Philips announces monitor with USB Type-C port

Philips announces monitor with USB Type-C port

USB ports implemented in monitors become more and more common, yet there are some companies that still do not offer this extra in their monitors with Philips being a prime example. All this will become history soon because Philips has just announced a new monitor, called 258B6QUEB, that will come with this feature out of the box.

The Philips 258B6QUEB will come equipped with a USB Type-C port with USB 3.1 technology behind. Philips, however, will go one step further by providing the 258B6QUEB with 3.5 mm audio jacks, three USB 3.0 ports and an RJ-45 connector. In addition to this in the back the 258B6QUEB is equipped with HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2, DVI and D-Sub connectors so users will be able to use the new Philips monitor in numerous ways with no worries they won’t be able to connect the device the way they want. The monitor, which is also equipped with two 4W speakers, features a 25-inch display that works at 2560 x 1440 pixels. Moreover the 258B6QUEB sports 5 ms of response time, 350 cd/m², 1000:1 of contrast ratio, and 178-degree viewing angles. The display can be adjusted in numerous ways as well – owners of the 258B6QUEB will be able to tilt the display up to 25 degrees, move the display up and down for a total of 130 mm and go from landscape mode into portrait and vice versa.

The new Philips 258B6QUEB monitor will be available in Europe by the end of June. As to the price – prepare EUR 399 for the new Philips tech wonder.

Source: Philips

Related posts

NVIDIA to release high-end Maxwell models in Q4 2014

NVIDIA to release high-end Maxwell models in Q4 2014

NVIDIA has been doing really great lately due to a simple fact – its Kepler architecture was an undisputed leader that was selling well too. The time for a change came a few months ago when the company revealed its new Maxwell architecture – except that it first came to life in mid-range video...

ASUS ups GeForce GTX 750 Ti memory to 4 GB

ASUS ups GeForce GTX 750 Ti memory to 4 GB

ASUS has started the sales of a new STRIX GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics card that comes with 4 GB of GDDR5 memory instead of the standard 2 GB. The video card is codenamed Strix-GTX750Ti-DC2OC-4GD5 and measures 195.6 x 122 x 38.1 mm. Apart from the 4 GB of on-board memory the card hardly has...

LG presents ultra thin display

LG presents ultra thin display

LG Display, a division of LG, has demonstrated the world’s first OLED display that is less than a millimeter thick. The display is 55 inches large, weighs 1.9 kilograms and is just 0.97 mm thick, which makes it perfect for wall-mounting. The display uses a magnetic mat that must be situated...

Leave a comment