[CES 2019] Philips introduces two new high-performance monitors for 2019

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Both of these new monitors feature a webcam that is equipped with sensors for Windows Hello facial recognition.

Philips Brilliance 49'' SuperWide Curved LCD

CES 2019 is on the final stretch as Friday comes to a close and attendees and exhibitors start heading home. But that doesn’t mean CES news is over. There will be much more to come over the next week and today we’re finding out that Philips has announced two new high-performance monitors. EPI is the brand license partner for Philips and they’ve unveiled a 32″ and huge 49″ monitor: the Philips Brilliance 49” SuperWide Curved LCD display with Dual Quad HD 5120 x 1440 resolution and the Philips Brilliance 32″ 4K LCD display.

Both of these new monitors feature a webcam that is equipped with sensors for Windows Hello facial recognition which securely logs you into your Windows devices in just a few seconds. The secure webcam pops up and securely tucks back into the monitor when not in use. This smart upgrade ensures your privacy is secure as the camera disappears when not needed — eliminating the need to cover your webcam with a piece of tape to feel protected.

The Philips Brilliance 49” SuperWide Curved LCD Display offers up great picture quality, screen format and adds great user functionality. The new 49” display acts like two full-size high-performance monitors in one for a massive wide view without the complicated setup, ideal for content creators and financial analysts. The 1800r curved display creates an immersive experience for gaming and the Adaptive-Sync technology allows for a smooth quick refresh and ultra-fast response time.

The Philips 329P9H 32” 4K LCD monitor brings ultra-clarity, awesome color, and super performance. The UltraClear 4K UHD (3840 X 2160) resolution and IPS technology offer full, crisp colors and wide viewing angles, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle — including the 90-degree Pivot mode. A Smart Ergo Base delivers ergonomic display comfort that can ease the pain of long work days and can be adjusted to your preferred height, swivel, tilt and rotation angle. The PowerSensor automatically detects if a user is present and can reduce monitor brightness when they’re not, which reduces energy costs up to 80 percent and prolongs the monitor’s life.

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Philips Brilliance 32″ 4K LCD Display

Both displays have been upgraded with new features, including a USB-C docking station and MultiClient Integrated KVM switch. The USB 3.1 type-C docking station simplifies connecting all your peripherals, including the keyboard, mouse and ethernet cable, to the monitor. Just connect your notebook and this monitor with a single USB C cable to watch high-resolution video and transfer data while powering up and re-charging your notebook at the same time. The MultiClient Integrated KVM switch allows you to control two separate PCs with one monitor-keyboard-mouse set up. A nicely placed button allows you to quickly switch between sources which is helpful for set-ups that require dual PC computing power or sharing one large monitor to show two differen PCs.

Both displays come equipped with other technologies including LowBlue Mode and the 49” has Flicker-Free technology. Due to how brightness is controlled on LED screens, many users experience flicker on their screen which can cause eye fatigue. Flicker-Free technology is a new solution to regulate brightness and reduce flicker for a more comfortable viewing experience.

The new Philips Brilliance 49” SuperWide Curved LCD Display will be available in March at Amazon and NewEgg for US$1299 MSRP and the new Philips Brilliance 32″ 4K Display will be available in February at Amazon and NewEgg for $799 MSRP.

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