Philips is not a stranger at all when it comes to delivering the right kind of monitor to the crowd, and their latest device would be the spanking new 27” Philips Brilliance Full HD Curved LCD monitor that will come with AMD FreeSync technology. Sporting a gentle curve of the Philips Brilliance Curved display, this is one computing peripheral that will place you at the center of the desktop for a truly immersive experience.
Arriving with an extremely affordable asking price point of $349 a pop, the new 27” Philips Brilliance Full HD Curved LCD monitor will arrive equipped with AMD FreeSync technology for effortlessly smooth gameplay. This particular technology would bring to an end to choppy gameplay and broken frames with fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any frame rate. The kind of groundbreaking hardware/software platform which is built upon industry-standard DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync, would allow AMD APUs and GPUs to directly control the update rate of a compatible monitor.
In other words, this would enable the monitor to update the moment a new picture is ready, ensuring that gamers are able to enjoy an unbelievably smooth, responsive, tear-free game, regardless of the genre. AMD FreeSync also carries the distinction of being the world’s first virtually “zero-cost” technology with no costly proprietary hardware, royalties, or licensing costs. It will be able to offer gamers serious savings when compared to comparable displays with competing technologies.
The 27” Philips Brilliance Full HD Curved LCD display will utilize an advanced multi-domain vertical alignment technology which delivers extremely high static contrast ratios for extra vivid and bright images. Even as standard office applications are handled with ease, it is all the more suitable for photos, web-browsing, movies, gaming, and demanding graphical applications. It has an optimized pixel management technology that delivers an 178/178 degree extra wide viewing angle, resulting in crisp images. Not only that, your eyes are treated to enhanced Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution for crisp detail along with high brightness, incredible contrast and realistic colors for a true to life picture. Any takers?