|Price incl. VAT||£689.62 £594.72|
|Price excl. VAT||£495.60|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Quality extra wide screen Philips UP Series boasts an IPS panel for ultra high contrast and vivid color display in extra wide angle. Wherever you look anywhere, you always see a perfect image. Thanks to the backlight technology W-LED is white beautifully clear and vice versa will be really dark black. Snoubením these two technologies provides an incredibly good picture quality and economical operation.
The latest panel Philips employs some of the most advanced currently panels AH-IPS. With the improved structure of the arrangement of pixels reproduces colors more accurately than ever before. Although it boasts a fast response time and low power consumption. Unlike cheap TN panels, IPS technology keeps your natural color even when viewing angles up to 178 degrees horizontally and vertically. Which certainly with such a wide screen often appreciate. Image quality is further enhanced by the regime SmartUniformity that minimizes deviations and unevenness in the backlight. The result is a display with less than 5% of the difference between the least and most illuminated place.
Widescreen image with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 will amaze you with its five million pixels. This gives you maximum of 4K video recordings of modern games and digital photos. With a very fine grid photos and videos literally come to life. Extremely wide monitor is fully utilized when watching movies without distracting black bars. Of course there is the possibility to use the monitor while working with multiple windows side by side, but Philips goes even further, thanks to the Multiview You can watch two independent inputs side by side and even monitor be used as two monitors in one.
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