Widescreen LCD displays more content without scrolling
This wide screen design employs a wider aspect ratio to enable it to display more information.
5ms fast response time
On-Off response time is the period required for a liquid crystal cell to go from active (black) to inactive (white) and back to active (black) again. It is measured in milliseconds. Faster is better: Lower response time means faster transitions and, therefore, results in fewer visible image artifacts in the display of transition of texts and graphics. On-Off response time is a more important measure in the display of business content like documents, graphs and photos.
WSXGA+, wide format 1680x1050 resolution for sharper display
Wide format, super extended graphics array is a display specification that is capable of displaying 1680 x 1050 resolution or approximately 1.7 million pixels.
Empowered for Windows Vista
Philips Vista-ready monitors are empowered for vibrant, exciting display of this new, visually sophisticated and demanding Windows operating system, designed to enhance your entertainment experience, make you more productive and help you control your computing experience at home and in the office, making viewing, finding and organizing information for work or play quick, efficient and easy.
Complies with RoHS standards to care for the environment
Philips designs and produces display products in compliance with strict Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) standards that restrict lead and other toxic substances that can harm the environment.
Screen tilts to your ideal, individualized viewing angle
Adjustable tilt is backward and forward movement of a screen on its base to achieve custom positioning for an ideal viewing angle and more comfort for people who spend long hours working on the computer.
Embedded power supply eliminates external power adaptors
An embedded power supply is a power adaptor built into the body of a display device that replaces a bulky external power adaptor.
Kensington anti-theft lock-ready for added security
Small apertures built into the display's frame for use with a locking device that secures a display to a fixed object for added protection against theft.