Philips 242B1G is an office monitor with 75 Hz and low power consumption

A new monitor has been added to Philips. This is a model 242B1G, which is especially suitable for work.

The Philips 242B1G is nothing new, it was introduced last year, but only now is it reaching customers. As already mentioned, this monitor is in no way aimed at players, it is especially suitable for offices.

It is equipped with a 23.8 “IPS display with a Full HD resolution of 1,920 × 1,080 px, which is backlit by WLED. Viewing angles are 178 ° in both directions and a refresh rate of 75 Hz. The GTG response is 4 ms and the contrast is defined by 1000 By the way, the display covers 78% of the NTSC color gamut and 102% of the sRGB.

Because it’s a piece of work, technologies like Flicker-Free, LowBlue, EasyRead and Adaptive Sync are not missing. For connection, there is a classic VGA, DVI-D, Display Port 1.2 and HDMI 1.4. The speakers have a power of 2 W.

The 242B1G supports VESA 100 × 100 mm and has a stand with a pivot function. In ECO mode, the monitor takes only 8.6 W, in stand-by only 0.35 W.

Philips 242B1G enters stores with a recommended price of CZK 5,378.

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