Philips (MMD) To Release 43in Ultra HD Monitor with HDR1000

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Now we're talking proper retina burning HDR levels! MMD, who sells under the Philips brand, releases a 43" monitor Ultra HD monitor (3840x2160 pixels) that is DisplayHDR 1000 certified, that means it can manage an eye soring brightness of 1000cd/m2.

The Philips 436M6VBPAB has been fitted with an MVA panel that has 32 local dimming zones. With an entirely white screen, the display still reaches a proper 720 cd/m2.  The MVA panel displays 97.6 percent of the DCI-p3 color space using a quantum dot filter on the panel and the backlight. The monitor supports hdr10 signals and, in combination with the maximum brightness, it provides a DisplayHDR 1000 certification from VESA. MMD reports a static contrast of 4000: 1, its refresh rate is 60Hz. The screen also supports Adaptive Sync, and combined with HDR10 compatibility, this screen should be FreeSync 2 compatible.

The connectivity includes displayport 1.2 (x3 - full size, mini and USB-c), one HDMI 2.0 connection, a USB 3.0 hub, analog audio inputs and outputs in 3,5mm format and built-in stereo 7W speakers with 'DTS sound'. The specified gray-to-gray response time is 4ms. MMD will sell the Philips 436M6VBPAB for a suggested retail price of 799 euros. According to MMD, which has a license to use the Philips brand name on monitors, the monitor is mainly intended for console gamers. Availability is not yet announced.

Brand modelPhilips 436M6VBPAB
Diagonal 43 inches
Resolution 3840x2160
Panel type Vertical Alignment
Max. Brightness 1000 cd / m² (peak), 720 cd / m² (full screen)
Color depth 10-bit (8-bit + FRC), 1070 million colors
Color range DCI-P3 97.6%, sRGB / BT.709 100%
Response time 4 ms
Synchronization Adaptive Sync
Dyn. Contrast 50,000,000: 1
Connections HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 (mini, standard), USB-C (DP alt.)
Audio 3.5 mm input and output (headphone)
USB hub 3.0
Speakers 2x 7W
Particularities Low blue light, flicker free, PbP

Philips (MMD) To Release 43in Ultra HD Monitor with HDR1000

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