company Phillips Recently, we introduced the Philips 27B1U7903 monitor with communication and display capabilities suitable for designers, and in the following we will review the features of this monitor, which is going to be released at a price of 1414 dollars.
The Philips 27B1U7903 monitor, released under the Philips MMD sub-brand, is said to be a 4K MiniLED display that is supposed to be available with support for 4 Thunderbolt 4 ports. This product is made with good manufacturing quality and recyclable materials, and its design looks acceptable. This monitor is aimed at visual designers and content creators with its own capabilities and is also the first Philips monitor to come with Thunderbolt 4 support.
The key and important communication capabilities of this monitor include Thunderbolt 4 input and output ports for video, audio ports, data transfer, charging and Ethernet. The new MiniLED display features the most local dimming points (2,304 areas compared to the usual 576 areas) in a 27-inch display, which can render dark images deeper.
The new Philips display also supports the VESA DisplayHDR 1400 standard to provide clear images. One of the most important features of this monitor is the support for Thunderbolt 4, and this standard offers better speed, simplicity and durability than the previous generation.
This monitor also supports 90W charging. The Thunderbolt 4 communication ports of the Philips 27B1U7903 monitor are also compatible with USB 4, and support for a maximum data transfer speed of 32 Gbps has been made available for the use of the fourth generation of USB. Philips has considered ergonomic features in the design of this monitor, and this display will be supplied with SmartErgo support and energy saving features.
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