Philips has introduced two new curved ultra-wide monitors with a screen size of 44.5 inches catering to creators.
These monitors are designed to enhance the user’s experience with stunning visuals and an expansive workspace, allowing for improved productivity and creativity.
With a resolution of 5,120 x 1,440 and a 32:9 aspect ratio, these monitors are perfect for designers, photographers, and video editors who require high accuracy and detail.
These new monitors are set to be a game-changer for creators who demand the best in technology and performance.
The 45B1U6900C and the 45B1U6900CH feature a screen curvature of 1500R and a resolution of up to 1440p.
These monitors offer creators an improved user experience with their expansive workspace and impressive visuals. While the two monitors share the exact specifications, they differ slightly in design.
Both monitors have USB-C connectivity, an integrated KVM switch, and multi-client capabilities, making them ideal for professionals in the creative industry who require precision and detail in their work. Philips‘ latest offering promises to revolutionize the industry with its innovative technology and high-performance features.
These new Philip’s monitors feature 44.5-inch VA panels with a resolution of 5120×1440 pixels and a 32:9 aspect ratio. Their 1500R screen curvature and support for a maximum refresh rate of 75Hz make them stand out, as well as their compatibility with DisplayHDR 400 and a peak brightness of 450 nits. With 107% DCI-P3 color gamut and 8-bit color depth, they’re ideal for graphics-intensive tasks like photo processing and video editing.
However, these monitors may not appeal to gamers since they lack high refresh rates.
The 45B1U6900C and 45B1U6900CH monitors have adjustable stands and a telescopic hook for convenient headphone storage.
Regarding connectivity, both monitors have twin HDMI 2.0 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4, and USB Type-C ports that support 100W Power Delivery and DisplayPort Alt Mode. Furthermore, they are equipped with Gigabit LAN ports, KVM switches, and four USB 3.2 Type-A ports. These features allow for versatile connections to various peripherals, making these monitors suitable for different professional environments.
The 45B1U6900C and 45B1U6900CH are two ultra-wide monitors that share many features. They both come with 44.5-inch VA panels, 1500R screen curvature, and a resolution of 5120×1440 pixels with a 32:9 aspect ratio. The primary difference is that the 45B1U6900CH has an integrated webcam and a noise-canceling microphone, while the 45B1U6900C has a USB Type-B upstream port instead.
The integrated webcam is conveniently located at the top of the display and can be popped up when needed, making it ideal for online meetings and group chats. The noise-canceling microphone ensures clear conversations. Both monitors support multitasking with multiple windows and sources, thanks to their PiP (Picture-in-Picture) and PbP (Picture-by-Picture) modes.
The monitors are equipped with adjustable stands with a tilt range of up to 15° and a swivel range of up to 45°. They also have a retractable hook for hanging headphones. With multiple connectivity options such as two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port supporting 100W power delivery and DisplayPort Alt mode, four USB-A 3.2 ports, and a Gigabit LAN port, the monitors serve as a versatile hub for various devices in any workspace.
Philips has included remote control with the 45B1U6900C and 45B1U6900CH monitors to make it easier for users to adjust menu options and volume controls. Using a remote control is more convenient than using the small buttons on the monitor, which can be tedious to navigate.
However, the company provides information regarding these monitors’ specifications or pricing. They are part of the “Curved Business Monitor 6000 series,” which suggests they are designed for professional use in a business or office setting.