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The Philips 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A and 27E1N1600AE should support employees with features to promote productivity.

The Philips 24E1N1100A is a 23.8-inch monitor, while the Philips 27E1N1100A features a 27-inch screen. Both monitors feature a 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) IPS panel. Also, these two Philips displays employ a refresh rate of 100Hz, a response time of up to 1ms MPRT and Adaptive Sync technology. With a 16:9 aspect ratio, these monitors should be able to display bright, detailed and accurate images.

The Philips 24E1N1100A and Philips 27E1N1100A have narrow bezels so that they can be used in a multi-monitor setup. Cables can also be hidden away to keep the workspace tidy. Both monitors feature 2W stereo speakers, EasyRead, and Low Blue modes with Flicker-Free technology.


The third model, the Philips 27E1N1600AE, is designed to improve connectivity in the home office. This monitor is equipped with a 27-inch 2560 x 1440 (QHD) IPS panel, supports HDR display and has a 16:9 aspect ratio, with a refresh rate of 100Hz. It broadly follows the functionality of the Philips 24E1N1100A and Philips 27E1N1100A. What sets the Philips 27E1N1600AE apart from the other two E1 monitors is a USB-C port, including 65W Power Delivery. In the other two models, signal input is via VGA/HDMI 1.4.

The 27E1N1600AE comes with a stand that is height-adjustable up to 100mm and features a tilt function to support viewing comfort and productivity.

The Philips 24E1N1100A, 27E1N1100A and 27E1N1600AE are available immediately for 119 euros, 139 euros and 249 euros, respectively.

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