New Philips monitors welcomed by AOC supporting vivid pictures and excellent image quality

New Philips monitors supported by AOC include the 34B1U5600CH, 24B1U5301H, and 27B1U5601H. Some of the key features you can expect to find include: 

  • 5MP webcam with noise cancelling microphone and dual 5-watt integrated speakers for impeccable video conferencing
  • USB 3.2 protocol for high-speed data transfer
  • DisplayPort-out for connecting additional displays
  • Built-in KVM switch for easy toggling between sources
  • The monitors also offer USB-C Docking with RJ45 and power delivery – the 27” and 34” up to 100W; the 24” of up to 90W
  • PowerSensor for up to 80% energy cost reduction
  • SmartErgoBase for comfort-enhancing ergonomic adjustments
  • 100% Recyclable packaging material

The Philips 24B1U5301H, 27B1U5601H and 34B1U5600CH deliver bright, vivid pictures and excellent image quality to cater to the most demanding CAD-CAM, 3D graphics, or photography professionals. All three models deliver crisp visuals and come with extra wide viewing angles of 178/178°, either thanks to IPS (24” and 27” models) or VA technology (34” model). Both the 34” and 27” models offer a CrystalClear resolution – the 34B1U5600CH at UWQHD (3440×1440) and the 27B1U5601H at WQHD (2560×1440) – thus meeting even the most discerning professionals’ expectations in a high-end display.

Connectivity technologies such as the USB Type C one-cable-docking port, enable simultaneous high-speed data transfer, networking, and notebook charging. The MultiClient Integrated KVM switch allows users to control two separate PCs with a single monitor-keyboard-mouse set-up and gives them the ability to toggle between sources at the push of a button. While DisplayPort-out is yet another feature that simplifies the workday by allowing users to daisy chain their monitors. Last but not least, the USB 3.2 hub allows for a faster and more complete output for peripherals, minimising cable clutter.

Virtual collaboration is facilitated by all three models thanks to features like a built-in 5MP webcam, noise-cancelling microphone, and speakers. While the microphone and speakers ensure clear communications, the webcam protects users’ privacy through its physical switch and is equipped with advanced sensors for swift and secure Windows HelloTM facial recognition.

All three devices in this line-up provide both visual and ergonomic comfort in the form of a tilt, swivel, and height-adjustable base and the TUV Eye Comfort certification to reduce eye fatigue. The models also feature PowerSensor for up to 80% energy cost reduction and LightSensor for the perfect brightness at any ambient setting.

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