49” of workspace display wraps around the user

January 29, 2019 //By Julien Happich
49” of workspace display wraps around the user
The Philips 499P9H boasts an 1800r curved display that mirrors the natural shape of the eye and subtly wraps around the user, minimizing distractions while maximizing comfort.

Gone is the need for complicated multi-screen set-ups with their pesky separating gap and messy cables. Instead, the 499P9H provides 49 stunning inches of workspace, just like having two 27" 16:9 Quad HD displays placed side-by-side. This allows users to spread out, compare documents, or handle multiple files at once without having to stack windows, scroll, or zoom. To accommodate additional set-up scenarios, a built-in MultiClient Integrated KVM switch works with the Multi-View function to allow users to manage two separate devices at the same time with a single keyboard and mouse, saving even more time and space.

Dual Quad HD (5120 x 1440) resolution means higher pixel density and greater detail, while VESA-certified HDR 400 technology provides dazzling colours, inky shadows, and sparkling whites, bringing images to life and ensuring optimal depth and nuance. For an almost-complete field view, Philips’ VA LED display relies on an advanced vertical alignment technology that delivers high static contrast ratios, resulting in crisp images from any viewing angle. CAD and graphic designers, architects, engineers, photographers, and all other professionals who require pixel-perfect precision and colour accuracy will be well served by this monitor. A built-in USB 3.1 type-C docking station with power delivery plays a key role in boosting productivity for professionals on the go. For further convenience and security, the monitor includes a handy pop-up webcam equipped with Windows Hello facial recognition, which can be discretely and securely tucked away when not in use.

Philips monitors - www.philips.co.uk


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