MMD has announced the Philips 241B7QUBHEB and 272B7QUBHEB monitors. These are two LCD monitors with a 24 and 27 inch USB dock.

The Philips 241B7QUBHEB monitor is a 24-inch Full HD IPS-LCD screen. The display comes with a USB-C dock, which has a power outlet, RJ-45 Ethernet connection and a fast USB 3.2 connection, which makes it possible to charge the laptop directly from the screen. According to MMD, the dock should reduce cable clutter and increase productivity. The screen also has a pop-up webcam with Windows Hello, which allows users with facial recognition to log in.

The Philips 241B7QUBHEB also has a SmartErgoBase, which means that the screen can be adjusted in height, but can also be tilted and rotated. The display includes DisplayLink technology and a DisplayPortout. This makes it possible to connect several high-resolution screens with one cable.

Finally, the display comes with the LowBlue Mode, which is better for the eyes, and an energy-saving PowerSensor. The Philips 241B7QUBHEB is available at a recommended retail price of 359 euro.

Philips 272B7QUBHEB

MMD also presented the Philips 272B7QUBHEB. This 27 inch monitor has a QHD IPS-LCD screen. Just like the Philips 241B7QUBHEB, this version also comes with a USB-C docking station, which contains power throughput, an RJ-45 Ethernet connection and a USB 3.2 connection. This monitor also has the pop-up webcam with Windows Hello.

The Philips 272B7QUBHEB adds DisplayLink technology and DisplayPortout, allowing multiple displays to be linked with a single cable. And like the 24-inch version, the Philips 272B7QUBHEB comes with a SmartErgoBase, a LowBlue Mode and the energy-saving PowerSensor.

The main difference, however, is that this variant comes with CrystalClear Quad HD resolution and Ultra Wide Colour technology, which should allow for remarkable brightness and better colours.

MMD launched the Philips 272B7QUBHEB with a recommended retail price of EUR 539.

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