Philips 242B1G 24in Full HD IPS Productivity Released
Philips’ new IPS monitor with Full HD resolution comes with SmartImage mode optimized for gamers. The Philips 242B1G model, which is described as environmentally friendly and designed for sustainable productivity, offers energy savings of up to 80% thanks to PowerSensor and LightSensor technologies. Philips states that it uses 100% recycled packaging material to reduce its environmental impact.
The height adjustment of the monitor allows 180 degrees clockwise rotation and 180 degrees counterclockwise rotation. In addition, an adjustment of -5 / + 35 degrees can be made up and down. The Philips 242B1G model has an LED panel that has 178 degrees of viewing angle both horizontally and vertically and uses an IPS panel on its 24-inch screen with a wide viewing angle. So you can watch TV from almost any angle, including the 90-degree Pivot mode. In addition, with the Philips LowBlue Mode setting designed for human health, the effect of harmful and short-wave blue light is reduced, preventing ultraviolet rays from harming the eyes.
Ultimate Energy-Efficient Philips 242B1G IPS Monitor
Thanks to PowerSensor and LightSensor technologies. New Philips 242B1G IPS monitor with Full HD resolution offers energy savings of up to 80%. The monitor, which offers 1080 x 1920 pixels Full HD resolution on its 24-inch backlit IPS LED screen. Also, the monitor has a response time of 4 ms (gray to gray). The screen brightness of the monitor, which has 1000: 1 contrast ratio and a 16: 9 aspect ratio, can reach up to 250 nits. With a refresh rate of 75 Hz, the monitor allows you to see more details wherever you look. When we look at the rear panel of the monitor, we see that there are 1 HDMI 1.4, 1 DisplayPort 1.2, 1 DVI-D, 1 D-Sub (VGA). Besides, audio input and output connections. The monitor is 540 x 501 x 205 mm and weighs 4.92 kg.
The Philips 242B1G model will be available starting this month with a price tag of £ 179.99. Do not forget to mention your thoughts about the new superior energy-efficient Philips 242B1G IPS monitor in the comments below.