Philips has just announced the imminent launch of its new 28-inch monitor and UHD resolution 288P6LJEB/11. This monitor with a weird “name" has an LCD panel with LED backlight and Ultra HD resolution (3840 x 2160) native, refresh rate of 60 Hz, 1000:1 true contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness and a time response of only 1 ms GtG. Its matrix is IPS, so this new Philips monitor is capable of displaying true colors and viewing angles of 160/170 degrees.
Needless to say, Philips’ new bet has two built-in speakers 3W each, and VGA video inputs, DVI, HDMI / MHL, and native DisplayPort, plus two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 sockets that let you load devices. Philips commented that this monitor can be seen from the end of May, but has not yet revealed its price. However, watching the betting market like other manufacturers, we can assume that its price will be around 700 dollars.
28 inches is not a size well seen in the current market, because with the long-standing full HD resolution you will usually see monitors with sizes that increase in 3 by 3 inches (ie , 21, 24, 27 … ). However, more and more manufacturers are betting on 28-inch models, and this is due to the new Ultra HD resolution (which, remember, differs from the 4K resolution, which is 4096 x 2160 pixels). As you know, 4K resolution is equivalent to 4 monitors Full HD (why it is called so), but Ultra HD has 256 pixels width less than 4K, so the normal 16:9 format is changed, why which these monitors are 28 inches instead of 27.
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