A monitor for gaming

A monitor for gaming

He Philips 436M6VBPAB It is a monitor intended for gamers, has a size of 43 inch and includes a 4K resolution and the HDR technology which generates a greater contrast, making the image more colorful, but to know more about this monitor we suggest you continue reading our review.

Philips 436M6VBPAB – Design

The monitor Philips 436M6VBPAB For all intents and purposes it looks like a normal TV, it has the average size of today's smart TVs, it has the same generic glossy black frame and is mounted on a wide stand that is under the screen.

Philips 436M6VBPAB

It is an interesting comparison with normal televisions or monitors. By including the legs, the screen has a depth of 26.4 cm, much deeper than what you will see with a modern flat screen TV.

However, compared to other televisions, there are certainly models with narrower bezels and thinner profiles. This is not the seal of the manufacturer but rather a search to make a monitor with a design that is in the middle of the two.

What stands out a little more is the inclusion of Ambiglow This is a variation of the technology Philips Ambilight where the LEDs on the back of the screen emit a brightness that matches the image on the screen, supposedly for a more immersive experience.

Connectivity

It has an entry DisplayPort 1.2, a single port HDMI 2.0, two points of fast USB 3.0 charging, a USB-C port, a mini DisplayPort and two audio inputs. Having a DisplayPort next to an HDMI port is excellent, as it allows you to easily connect a computer and the console.

As there is no access to a TV tuner or smart TV applications with the integrated interface, get used to using the Amazon Fire stick, he Xbox One control or similar.

Philips 436M6VBPAB – Image quality

Something surprising in terms of image quality is its default contrast, even without changing the brightness this monitor handles a 5000: 1 contrast ratio according to the tests performed. While this is normal a TV is something very uncommon on PC monitors, which tend to have a 2000: 1 contrast in the case of LCDs while those with IPS and TN technology have 1000: 1 in their contrast ratio.

It has the technology Quantum Dot Technology, which means that it uses semiconductor nanocrystals that they emit light with precision to produce blues blues, greens greens and reds more reds. Quantum Dot color LCD monitors produce a more dynamic color gamut and show the true natural color palette in the image. The result is a vibrant and dynamic color.

The technology Philips Flicker-Free apply a new solution to regulate brightness and reduce flickering for a more comfortable visualization. It also has the technology Lowblue Developed for user welfare, Philips LowBlue mode configuration uses intelligent software technology to reduce the blue light short wave daina.

Ambiglow Technology

Philips 436M6VBPAB

Ambiglow add one new dimension to your visual experience, as it blurs the screen by creating a halo of enveloping light. Your processor analyze the content of the incoming image and continuously adapt the color and brightness of the light issued to match the image.