MMD has announced the new Philips 242B9T monitor with SmoothTouch. The 24 inch LCD monitor is touch sensitive and should provide users with enhanced Full HD. The screen is also IP54 dust- and waterproof. The monitor is available from 299 euro.
The Philips 242BoT monitor features SmoothTouch, which according to MMD provides natural, intuitive interactions in any user scenario. The screen also uses PCAP 10 point touch technology, making it possible to type with ten fingers. As a result, users won’t miss their keyboards. A stylus should provide further precision when needed.
According to MMD itself, the monitor is suitable for professionals in various sectors. These include retail, Point of Sale, Point of Information, catering and education.
The screen has an anti-glare coating and a flexible SmartStand in the shape of a Z, making it strong enough to be used anywhere and offering optimal viewing comfort. Interestingly, thanks to this stand, the monitor can also lie flat on the table. This is useful, for example, when drawing designs.
The display also has a Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, which is further supported by SmartContrast technology. This technique automatically adjusts colors and backlight intensity to provide rich dark colors and bright light colors. This means that images have to stand out as well as possible.
The Philips 242B9T is equipped with several other functions to optimize its use. These include Flicker-Free technology, LowBlue Mode and EasyRead Mode. These technologies must also protect the eyes of users.
The monitor is equipped with various connections for all types of devices. On the back are HMDI 1.4, DVI-D, VGA and DisplayPort 1.2 ports. There are also two USB 3.1 ports to boost productivity and charge quickly.
The touchscreen monitor is now available at a suggested retail price of 299 euros.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.