Philips 276E8FJAB display looks good, performs great

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Philips has come up with their latest display which is known as the Philips 276E8FJAB, where it claims to be able to deliver vivid colors packed in an elegant form factor. This is a 27-inch Philips QHD LCD display that will boast of Philips’ Ultra Wide-Color Technology, where it is made out of a brilliant Crystalclear QHD display that delivers crisp looking images, while offering the richest and most vivid colors without cramping your home’s style.

Just what will the Philips 276E8FJAB display bring to the table? For starters, it will feature Philips’ very own Ultra Wide-Color technology that can deliver a wider spectrum of colors in order to end up with a more brilliant picture. The IPS panel itself produces a wider color gamut, resulting in more natural-looking greens along the way, not to mention vivid reds as well as deeper blues. It does not matter what kind of media you play back on this — entertainment, images, and productivity will all end up as more alive via this technology. Apart from that, there is an extremely narrow border which paves the way for minimal distractions while enabling maximum viewing size. In other words, if you are gunning for a multi-display setup, the Philips 276E8FJAB is the way to go.

Making use of IPS panel technology, it ensures that users end up with extra-wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, allowing one to view the display from virtually any decent angle. Being different from standard TN panels, IPS displays will enable users to enjoy remarkably crisp images, making it perfect for entertainment in addition to professional applications, which require color accuracy and consistent brightness all the time.

Other features and technologies packed underneath the hood include Philips’ very own Flicker-free technology, SmartContrast and SmartImage Lite. Any takers for this handsome looking monitor from Philips?

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