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Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

 
Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display, coming with an ultra-thin bezel and a screen resolution of  1920x1200. 
 
This monitor uses an IPS panel and supports 101.4% of the NTSC colour gamut, which is a higher than the colour gamut of a lot of modern displays, but far from what any of the current HDR standards provide. This display will come with inputs for HDMI, Displayport 1.2 and VGA, with this display coming with no VESA monitor mounts. 

  

This is the first in a new line-up of displays for the home to combine elegant Moda looks with Ultra Wide Color Technology. Most home users use their display both for working productively and for entertainment – and the new 24-inch display offers the best of both. It looks good in living spaces or on desks, and also provides a brilliant viewing experience with colour reproduction that is more realistic than ever.

Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

 

This new display will come with a £189, with a planned launch later this month. This display is 5.2mm thick and has a bezel that has a thickness of 2.5mm on three sides. This makes this display ideal for multi-monitor configurations, though sadly the display's lack of VESA mount support will prevent this display from being used with monitor arms. 

  
Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

 

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13-02-2017, 11:16:44

Dark NighT
I love how slim it is, but that stand, what the hell!Quote

13-02-2017, 11:40:08

SuB
I'd like to see just how thin the actual bezel is, or rather how far from screen edge to the pixels it is.

this ticks a lot of boxes but that stand is questionable also.. VGA ?? what...Quote

13-02-2017, 12:05:16

haxomg
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
I'd like to see just how thin the actual bezel is, or rather how far from screen edge to the pixels it is.

this ticks a lot of boxes but that stand is questionable also.. VGA ?? what...
Usually used for troubleshooting or as a second input from an analog source.Quote

13-02-2017, 12:12:30

SuB
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Originally Posted by haxomg View Post
Usually used for troubleshooting or as a second input from an analog source.
When was the last time someone actually used a VGA port?Quote

13-02-2017, 13:04:11

NickOmega
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
When was the last time someone actually used a VGA port?
I'm still using one for my 2nd screen, though that's out of necessity rather than choice.Quote
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