Philips releases new MVA monitor for professionals

Philips releases new MVA monitor for professionals

Philips has released one more professional-class monitor days after the company announced the 23.6-inch 246E7QDS monitor that works at Full HD resolution. The new company product is called 328C6QDSK and boasts a much larger 31.5-inch display. Moreover the monitor uses MVA technology to display images and sports a curved design.

The Philips 328C6QDSK comes with a curvature radius of 3 meters and features an unusual design. In the back the monitor is colored in white, while the front sides of the monitor bezel are in black. The rear and top sides are, however, colored in the very popular pink gold color so you get the best of all worlds – black, white and pink gold colors all in one device. The Philips 328C6QDSK may disappoint you in the resolution department, however – the device works at the rather mediocre for today’s standards Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and features large pixels that are 0.364 mm wide. The monitor, however, uses MVA technology and this allows it to boast 178-degree vertical and horizontal viewing angles, 300 cd/m² of brightness and a dynamic contrast ratio of 3000:1. The response time is also nice at 5 ms. In the back the Philips 328C6QDSK is equipped with audio jacks and HDMI, DVI-D and D-Sub connectors. The monitor is also power efficient – it needs less than 50W of power when working and can be hung onto a wall by using a VESA 100 x 100 mm stand.

Unfortunately the Philips 328C6QDSK will not be available now and there’s no official release date. In addition there’s no information how much the new monitor will cost.

Source: Philips

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