Philips debuts world’s first quantum-dot PC monitor

Philips debuts world’s first quantum-dot PC monitor

Philips has announced the world’s first quantum-dot PC monitor at an event, held in China. The monitor offers a 27-inch display and carries the model name 276E6ADS.

The Philips 276E6ADS is the result of collaboration between Philips Monitors and QD Vision. It works at Full HD resolution and offers 99 per cent Adobe RGB color coverage, which makes it ideal for all kinds of purposes including gaming, entertainment, professional photography and design. The main perk of the monitor is the quantum-dot technology used, though – it allows the Philips 276E6ADS to produce professional quality images at the price of a mainstream desktop monitor.

“The E6 monitor breaks new ground, delivering superior picture quality at an exceptional value,” said Chris Brown, Marketing Manager at MMD for Philips Monitors. “We are proud to again lead the industry – this time with the world’s first quantum dot monitor – featuring Color IQ from QD Vision.”

“QD Vision is dedicated to delivering the world’s best color across all display types, so it makes sense we would partner with MMD to bring the first quantum dot display to market,” said Matt Mazzuchi, Vice President, Market and Business Development at QD Vision. “As we continue to expand our portfolio, more consumers can experience stunning color and true-to-life images, whether they are watching a movie, editing photos, or online shopping.”

The new Philips 276E6ADS monitor is now available in China. The price of the monitor is unknown.

Source: Philips

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