A spacious 49-inch office monitor will be released soon from Philips. The new Philips 49B2U5900CH offers a resolution of 5120 × 1440 pixels and extras like a webcam, USB-C with charging function and a KVM switch.
The Philips 49B2U5900CH is primarily aimed at office users who want to keep multiple applications open at the same time. With its 49-inch screen in 32:9 format, it replaces two 27-inch monitors standing next to each other. its resolution 5.120 × 1.440 Pixels correspond to SUWQHD, with a pixel density of 109 pixels per inch
A matte VA panel with its curvature is installed 1800R. Typically for VA, the contrast ratio is 3,000:1 and gray to gray latency is specified as four milliseconds. According to the data sheet, the monitor achieves a brightness 450 nits, which is good enough for intended purposes – there’s also a certification for DisplayHDR 400. Good enough for office use too: its refresh rate 75 hertz. However, adaptive sync is supported. The sRGB color space should cover 119 percent, and you can select an sRGB mode for the most accurate representation of the color space.
Pop-up webcams, docking stations and more
In terms of ergonomics, the Philips 49B2U5900CH can be adjusted in height by 15 cm, rotated 30 degrees in both directions and tilted 5 degrees forward and 15 degrees backward. Including the base, it weighs about 15 kilograms and measures 119.3 × 58.6 × 26.8 centimeters. The black housing houses two three-watt speakers, one Headphone holder and a pop-up webcam with five megapixels and the microphone.
Two HDMI 2.0, two USB-C, two USB-A, DisplayPort 1.4, USB-B (upstream), Gigabit Ethernet and a jack socket. The primary USB-C port also supports video and data transfer Power delivery up to 100 watts, while the second port only handles data transfer and 15-watt charging. one KVM function It allows the peripherals connected to different devices to be used at the push of a button. Phillips relies on one Integrated power supply And claims power consumption of 39 watts in Eco mode.
The Philips 49B2U5900CH should Mid-November for 1,199 euros start business
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