Philips had already announced the 27-incher 278M1R together with the 55" colossus 558M1RY a year ago and a year ago, but now the technical details have been released: the resolution of the (not real) 10-bit IPS panel is 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, the refresh rate 60 Hz and its brightness 350 nits. It covers 91% of NTSC 91, 105% of sRGB and 89% of Adobe RGB colour space.
It has two HDMI 2.0 interfaces as well as a DisplayPort 1.2 - plus a USB 3.2 hub with 4 ports. A special feature of the Philips 278M1R is Ambiglow, i.e. the possibility to continuously adapt the monitor's environment to the image content in terms of color and brightness by means of an integrated illumination.
For a better screen ergonomics, a lower flicker via FlickerFree technology, a blue light filter and the possibility to adjust the monitor to the sitting position via tilt, rotation and height adjustment.
The Philips is expected to be launched at the end of July at a price of just under 500 euros.