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 model||Philips 436M6VBPAB|
|Panel type||Vertical Alignment|
|HDR||VESA HDR1000, HDR10|
|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|
|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)|
|Particularities||Low blue light, flicker free, PbP|