Curved monitors they are a somewhat new technology, with the first announced in 2014 with the main competitors presented by the powers in this field, LG and Samsung, which guaranteed quality from the beginningThese last Philips screens use high performance panels to offer UltraClara resolution images, 4K UHD (3840 x 2160).
However, it took a long time to perfect this technology. As with anything that is fresh and new, it requires many adjustments to make it 100% perfect.When Samsung and LG's first batch of curved TVs came to fruition, the "panel bleed" effect was a real problem that needed to be solved as quickly as Koreans could manipulate their fingers.
Philips278E8QJAB – Design
To say that this monitor is a beautiful piece is a complete underestimate, since It is much more than a beautiful design.As soon as you take this well-designed piece of equipment out of the box, know with certainty that this monitor will make you cry with joy and ecstasy.
The way the logo of Philips hangs from the monitor it's an ingenious way of being slightly different in a world where company logos are clearly engraved on the edge of the monitor. The logo hangs from the bottom of the screen, in a bit of transparent plastic with bold text “Philips”In a prominent place in the center.
The way the curve is integrated into the screen bezels makes it a pleasant and cinematic experience, and the thinness of the team itself makes you wonder how Philips could achieve this. LThe screen comes with its own dedicated power block, but it's as small as this screen is thin.
- LCD panel typeVA LCD
- System ofbacklight typeW-LED
- Panel size27 inches / 68.6 cm
- effective display area597.9 (H) x 336.3 (V) – with a curvature of 1800 R *
- Aspect ratio16: 9
- Maximum resolution1920 x 1080 @ 75 Hz *
- Response Time (typical)4 ms (gray to gray) *
- Brightness250 cd / m
- Contrast Ratio (typical)3000: 1
- Smartcontrast20,000,000: 1
- viewing angle178 (H) / 178 (V) @ C / R> 10
- Without blinkingS
- Image enhancementSmartImage Lite
- Color gamut (typical)NTSC 104% *, sRGB 130% *
- Screen colors16.7 M
- Update Frequency54 – 84 kHz (H) / 49 – 75 Hz (V)
Philips278E8QJAB – Connectivity
Displayport It is a digital connection from the PC to the monitor without any conversion. With greater capabilities than the DVI standard, It is fully capable of supporting up to 15 meters of cables and a transfer of 10.8Gbps per second.
With this high performance and without delay, you get the fastest images and refresh rates; ace DisplayPort is the best option Not only for use in an office or at home, but also for demanding games and movies, video editing and much more. It also takes into account compatibility by using several adapters.
An HDMI-compatible device has all the necessary hardware to support a high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) input. An HDMI cable allows high quality digital audio and video to be transmitted through a single cable from a computer or from AV sources (including tuners, DVD players, A / V receivers and video cameras).
Philips278E8QJAB –Screen and sound
Image quality matters. The usual screens offer good quality, but we know you don't expect more. This screen has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. Thanks to Full HD you can enjoy sharp details and great brightness, as well as incredible contrast and realistic colors For an image that seems to come alive.
Ultra Wide-Color technology offers a wider range of colors for a brighter image. The largest color scale of Ultra Wide Color provides more natural greens, bright reds and deeper blues. Bring multimedia content and images to life, and even productivity tasks, with the realistic colors of Ultra Wide-Color technology.
SmartContrast is the Philips technology that analyzes the contents you see, automatically adjusting the colors and controlling the intensity of the backlight to dynamically improve the contrast and obtain the best digital images and videos, as well as an optimal contrast to enjoy more while playing.
When selecting the saving mode, the contrast and backlight are adjusted for a perfect visualization of everyday office applications and lower energy consumption. There are a pair of high quality stereo speakers integrated into the display device. The speakers are visible when they are front projected, not when they are lower, upper or rear projection, etc., depending on the model and design.