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Philips Crystalclear display brings QHD viewing experience for the prosumer

by – on November 8th, 2016

Ask any professional who works with digital artwork and design, and he or she will tell you that it is of utmost importance to obtain a display that is full well capable of handling all that you throw at it, in addition to making sure that your eyes will also be able to handle the long hours of staring into the display without feeling tired. Proper rest breaks in between will obviously need to be practiced even if you are using the best monitor in the world, but it is also advisable to get a good display to start off with in the first place. Prosumers will find that the Philips Crystalclear display is one such device that ensures the QHD viewing experience is available for the prosumer.

 Sporting Quad HD resolution at 2560 x 1440 resolution, this 32-inch display will also go by the model number BDM3270QP2, where it sports high quality and advanced features that prosumers will be able to appreciate. It makes use of a high-performance panel that has a high-density pixel count, and will be enabled by high-bandwidth sources such as DisplayPort, HDMI, Dual link DVI. All of these work in tandem to ensure that your images and graphics will be able to come alive, and it is more than capable of handling the likes of CAD-CAM solutions, those who make use of 3D graphic applications or even a financial wizard working on huge spreadsheets.

Regardless of the situation, the Philips Crystalclear monitor will be able to ensure that your eyes get the best looking images possible, all the time. The asking price for the Philips Crystalclear Quad HD 2560 x 1440 32-inch display stands at $449 — yes, far more than your regular 32-inch TV or monitor that you would find on the market, but the long term benefits to your productivity and overall health cannot be understated.

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