MMD, brand license partner for Philips monitors, announces the launch of the Philips Moda 276C8 LCD monitor with USB-C. CrystalClear QHD 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution brings every image to life, while IPS panel technology offers wide viewing angles and high colour accuracy.
This 75Hz 27” Quad HD monitor is equipped with and IPS panel. Built with virtually no surrounding frame, its edgeless Zero Bezel look is not only aesthetically attractive but offers the advantage of a more expansive picture and a larger workspace while facilitating seamless tiling for multi-monitor setups. The monitor is also incredibly slim, measuring a mere 6.1 mm and presenting an attractive contemporary appearance that complements all manner of work and living spaces. The monitor’s thin, stylish panel and geometric stand design earned it a 2018 Red Dot Design Award, which recognises the best in design and business.
The Philips 276C8 features a host of innovative technologies that deliver stunning images, from 3D graphics to photography to movies to office applications and infinitely more. CrystalClear QHD 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution brings every image to life, while IPS panel technology offers wide viewing angles and high colour accuracy. The monitor is also equipped with Ultra Wide-Color technology, which offers an exceptionally wide spectrum of colours for a richer, more vivid result. And for gaming enthusiasts, this monitor features AMD FreeSync™ technology and fast response time for silky smooth, artefact-free gameplay. To ensure that users can enjoy the Philips 276C8 without fearing for their vision, the monitor also offers several features designed with users’ wellbeing in mind, such as LowBlue Mode and EasyRead technology.e
For today’s multi-tasking consumers, the Philips 276C8 represents a powerful time-saving partner equipped with innovative features. Chief among these is USB-C with power delivery, which enables users to benefit from USB 3.2 high-speed data transfer, watch high resolution video, and power up and re-charge compatible notebook computers directly from the monitor, all with a single reversible USB-C cable. What could be simpler?