Philips Computer Monitors 32 Inch curved frameless monitor

Display 32 inches
Resolution FHD 1080p
Display Technology LCD
Brand Philips
Weight 14.92 lbs
Dimensions 28.1” x 20.63” x 9.3”
Refresh Rate 75 Hz
Price under 375

Main Features of PHILIPS 328E9QJAB Monitor

Ergonomic Design

Work area screens offer an individual client experience, which suits a bend configuration well indeed. The curved screen gives a charming yet unpretentious submersion impact, which centers around you at your work area's focal point.

The design is made in such a way that it offers an excellent immersive experience. The sleek design would complement your décor and add to the beauty of your home.

Ultra-Wide Blazing Color Technology

Ultra Wide-Color Technology conveys a more extensive range of shadings for a more splendid picture. Ultra Wide-Color's more extensive "shading extent" creates more regular-looking greens, clear reds, and more profound blues. Bring media entertainment, pictures, and even efficiency more alive and have clear tones with theUltra Wide-Color Technology.

VA Display

Philips VA LED show utilizes a high-level multi-area vertical arrangement innovation which gives you super-high static differentiation proportions for extra striking and brilliant pictures. While standard office applications are taken care of easily, it is particularly reasonable for photographs, web-perusing, films, gaming, and requesting graphical applications. Its streamlined pixel management innovation gives you 178/178 degree extra wide survey points about fresh pictures.

16:9 Full HD Display

Picture quality does matter a lot. Customary presentations convey quality, yet you hope for something else. This presentation highlights the upgraded Full HD 1920 x 1080 goal. Full HD for fresh detail matched with high brilliance, unimaginable difference, and reasonable tones expect a life-like picture. Full HD technology enhances the picture quality and takes your experience to the next level with it. You would find every frame to come alive because of the color contrasts and HD technology.

Concealed Cables

For a cleaner workspace, this screen includes an exquisite answer for cables' management—no compelling reason to package cables with additional ties. A stretched opening gives a shrouded stockpiling to cables. It disguises cables and looks extraordinary in many conditions, particularly for a little space or the work area that faces a divider or a window. This plan tidies up untidy cables for a more coordinated work area.

LowBlue Mode

Studies have shown that similarly as bright beams can cause harm to the eyes, shortwave length blue light beams from LED presentations can cause harm to the eyes and influence vision over the long run. Produced for prosperity, Philips LowBlue Mode setting utilizes a brilliant programming innovation to diminish destructive shortwave blue light.

Flicker-Free Technology

Because of how splendor is controlled on LED-illuminated screens, a few clients experience gleams on their screen, which causes eye weariness. Philips flicker-free innovation applies another answer for control splendor and lessens gleam for more comfort to viewing on the screen.

Smart Contrast

Smart Contrast is a Philips innovation that dissects the substance you show, naturally changing tones and controlling backdrop illumination force to progressively improve contrast for the best-computerized pictures and recordings or when messing around where dim tones are shown. When the economy mode is chosen, contrast is changed, and backdrop illumination is adjusted for a perfect show of ordinary office applications and lower power utilization.

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  • The 3-sided frameless design adds to the beauty
  • Curved VA panel for the wide-viewing angles
  • Accurate color reproduction
  • 75Hz refresh rate
  • Excellent gaming performance
  • Flicker-free technology to reduce eye fatigue
  • Easy cable management
  • Low-quality display
  • Static images for more than 30 minutes would increase the risk of pixel burn.
  • No way to arrange it in a horizontal way
  • Bezels are thicker than you can think.
  • Limited ports