Philips to launch 2-in-1 monitor

Philips to launch 2-in-1 monitor

Users who work with large images and objects need large monitors but they are often not that convenient. Starting this fall Philips Monitors will release a 2-in-1 monitor that will ease such users thanks to a new and innovative technology.

The thing is that the famous company has combined two 19-inch IPS displays that are mounted on a single space-saving base thus creating one nearly-seamless 38-inch panoramic display. Both displays have a 3.5 mm narrow border and can be tilted up to 22.5 degrees. The new company product (model 19DP6QJNS) also offers two USB ports, one DisplayPort and VGA input on the first panel and one VGA input and one MHL-enabled HDMI port on the second panel. MHL stands for Mobile High-Definition Link and this is a technology that can charge a MHL-compatible device while transferring digital audio and video to the big display. In addition to that the new display is perfect for gamers or so Philips says.

The Philips 19DP6QJNS will arrive in a store near you this fall, having won the Computex 2014 Gold Award. The price of the display is still unknown at the moment.

Source: Tom’s Hardware

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