Philips/MMD announced the two new 31.5-inch (80 cm) Philips 326P1H and Philips 329P1H displays for its Brilliance range - both feature an integrated USB Type-C docking station with power supply, good color space coverage and sensors that enable identification (??) via facial recognition using Windows Hello Webcam.
The Philips 326P1H has a Quad HD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, the Philips 329P1H has a 4K UltraHD resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. Both use a 10-bit IPS panel with a brightness of 350 nits and a viewing angle of 178° vertically and horizontally. The Philips 329P1H covers 117% of the NTSC color space, 128% of the sRGB color space and 89% of the Adobe RGB color space. The Philips 329P1H covers 106% of NTSC, 118% of sRGB and 87% of Adobe RGB.
Both models have an integrated USB docking station type C including power supply which can be used to directly charge or operate a laptop with up to 90 W. In addition, it has four USB 3.2 Gen1 Type A (5 Gbit/s). Ports for connecting peripheral devices such as keyboard, mouse or RJ-45 Ethernet cable. For example, a USB-C cable from the computer to the laptop is enough to....
A DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0 ports and USB-C (USB 3.2 Gen2 with 10 Gbit/s) are available as interfaces. Using the DisplayPort output, multiple monitors can be daisy-chained in series from the first monitor to the PC with only one cable without further connections (daisy chain).
To save energy, both models have a PowerSensor that detects when no one is in front of the screen and then automatically reduces the monitor brightness. In addition, there is a LightSensor, which adjusts the brightness of the picture depending on the lighting conditions.
For a better ergonomics a flicker-free technology is implemented as well as a LowBlue mode on board, which prevents premature eye fatigue.
The Philips 326P1H is available immediately for 489 Euro, the Philips 329P1H for 659 Euro from the end of December.