Philipps had already presented its new 4K UHD monitor with mini-LED technology and Thunderbolt 4 at the beginning of the year at CES. Now it is to go on sale. According to Philipps, the 27-inch monitor with an IPS panel is aimed at especially "color-critical" users.
For this, it comes with a DisplayHDR™ 1400 certification and covers color spectrums as follows: DCI-P3: 97.2%, NTSC 121%, sRGB 154%, Adobe RGB 99.2%, REC 709 99.1%, REC 2020 80.4%.
The contrast ratio is 1,300:1, the brightness is 1,000 (SDR), 1,400 (HDR) cd/m² and the response time (standard) is 4 ms (gray to gray). The display is also supposed to be 10-bit capable (1.07 billion colors).
For laptop users, the Thunderbolt 4 output of 90W for powering the computer and/or other peripherals should be of particular interest.