Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

 
When it comes to monitors a lot of us like them big, with plenty of pixels and great colour production, though sadly today there are very few monitors that cater to those needs. 
 
Yes, some will say that you can use a large 4K TV as a monitor, but you will quickly find out that HDMI 2.0 is not optimal for 4K and that what makes a good TV and a great monitor are tow different things. 
 
Now Philips are offering their new 40-inch BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor to the market, coming with a 3000R curvature, a 60Hz refresh rate and the ability to be used with up to 4 1080p devices at the same time at 60Hz.
 

  

Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

 

This display comes with a 10-bit panel, which supports 12-bit dithering, allowing this display to support up to 1.07 billion colours. Alongside a dithered 10-bits, this display covers 85% of the NTSC colour gamut, which is over 100% of the sRGB colour space. 

Philips state that this display uses a VA LCD type panel and a flicker-free backlight, which should deliver a great experience when using this monitor professionally. This display has two DisplayPort connections and two HDMI connections (1x HDMI 1.4 and 1x HDMI 2.0). 

 

  
Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

 

This display is already available for around £600-650 at certain retailers, though it is expected to be available soon from a wider range of retailers. 

 

You can join the discussion on Philips’ BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor on the OC3D Forums. Find all of the latest PC hardware and gaming news on the OC3D Homepage. 

 

Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

 
When it comes to monitors a lot of us like them big, with plenty of pixels and great colour production, though sadly today there are very few monitors that cater to those needs. 
 
Yes, some will say that you can use a large 4K TV as a monitor, but you will quickly find out that HDMI 2.0 is not optimal for 4K and that what makes a good TV and a great monitor are tow different things. 
 
Now Philips are offering their new 40-inch BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor to the market, coming with a 3000R curvature, a 60Hz refresh rate and the ability to be used with up to 4 1080p devices at the same time at 60Hz.
 

  

Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

 

This display comes with a 10-bit panel, which supports 12-bit dithering, allowing this display to support up to 1.07 billion colours. Alongside a dithered 10-bits, this display covers 85% of the NTSC colour gamut, which is over 100% of the sRGB colour space. 

Philips state that this display uses a VA LCD type panel and a flicker-free backlight, which should deliver a great experience when using this monitor professionally. This display has two DisplayPort connections and two HDMI connections (1x HDMI 1.4 and 1x HDMI 2.0). 

 

  
Philips release their BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor

 

This display is already available for around £600-650 at certain retailers, though it is expected to be available soon from a wider range of retailers. 

 

You can join the discussion on Philips’ BDM4037UW 40-inch 4K curved monitor on the OC3D Forums. Find all of the latest PC hardware and gaming news on the OC3D Homepage.