Four Type-C inputs, a USB hub, a webcam for facial recognition, and built-in speakers – all plus a superior aspect ratio, so everything runs smoothly.
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Philips has a new B-Series display, and it is 243B9H-Val It has expanded its offerings in an effort to bring under one hat key product features essential for modern office use. 23.8-inch Full HD Iapt panel with Adaptive-Sync features 75Hz refresh rate, 250 cd / m2 light intensity, 1000: 1 static contrast ratio, 4ms GtG response time, 16.7 million colors . The sRGB and NTSC color spaces are covered 104 percent plus 90 percent, while the 1080p (pop-up) webcam with a microphone at the top of the café has rented accommodations that support Windows Hello.
In terms of the various connectors we get a fairly correct configuration for our money, in addition to a DisplayPort 1.2 and 1.4 HDMI port and a good old-fashioned D-Sub connector, there are two 3.5mm jacks, a 65W power supply, and a DisplayPort.Alternative mode: USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-C Capable and three USB 3.2 Type-A ports (one socket can be charged quickly) exchange tickets for the show. The base is of course adjustable anyway (including the two-way axis), while the VESA mount can be solved with 100 x 100mm holes, and of course the 2W stereo speakers aren’t missing from the recipe either.
On a side note, if the 0.3W standby power catches our eyes, we can completely reset it with a physical button, the OSD menu languages include Hungarian, and the screen is made of 85 percent recycled plastics. The issue of environmental awareness in the packaging of the 260 important peripherals wasn’t neglected either, as the box is 100 percent recyclable.
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