See it now: Philips (US)
Philips makes a range of curved screens that are intended for gaming and online video, but its top rated-of-the-vary 499P9H is incredibly a great deal aimed at the B2B sector, specially economical institutions these as banks and buying and selling flooring where multi-display setups are incredibly common.
The curved design and style is intended to occupy your entire discipline of eyesight, offering “ideal ocular comfort and ease” by eliminating interruptions so that you can immerse oneself in a globe of facts. The 48.eight-inch display presents 5,120 by one,440 resolution (108.5dpi) with the very same extremely-large 32:9 part ratio found in very similar 49-inch displays (which can be troublesome for Mac customers, regretably). But, like Philips’ far more modestly sized vary of ‘docking monitors’, the 499P9H is packed with handy connectivity characteristics, such as two HDMI ports, and just one DisplayPort, as perfectly as a USB-C port that can deal with facts, online video and laptop charging.
There is certainly also a constructed-in KVM switch that will allow you to management two desktops with a solitary mouse and keyboard, and a ‘multiview’ feature that presents a break up-display alternative for viewing two desktops on-display at the very same time.
It can be even acquired a webcam for online video conferencing, and Gigabit Ethernet for a wired business community. There is a forty three-inch model obtainable in the United kingdom for all around £765 (ex. VAT), although that model isn’t at this time obtainable in the US.
£990 (ex. VAT) / $one,345