Philips tends to make a range of curved screens that are built for gaming and video clip, but its best-of-the-assortment 499P9H is pretty significantly aimed at the B2B sector, specially money institutions such as banking institutions and investing flooring where by multi-show setups are pretty widespread.

The curved structure is supposed to occupy your full discipline of vision, providing “best ocular ease and comfort” by eradicating distractions so that you can immerse by yourself in a planet of details. The 48.8-inch show presents five,120 by 1,440 resolution (108.5dpi) with the similar ultra-extensive 32:nine part ratio identified in very similar 49-inch shows (which can be troublesome for Mac customers, regretably). But, like Philips’ additional modestly sized assortment of ‘docking monitors’, the 499P9H is packed with practical connectivity characteristics, together with two HDMI ports, and just one DisplayPort, as properly as a USB-C port that can deal with details, video clip and notebook charging.

You will find also a constructed-in KVM switch that lets you to management two computers with a single mouse and keyboard, and a ‘multiview’ feature that presents a split-display screen alternative for viewing two computers on-display screen at the similar time.

It is really even got a webcam for video clip conferencing, and Gigabit Ethernet for a wired business network. There is a forty three-inch model offered in the Uk for all around £765 (ex. VAT), whilst that model is just not at this time offered in the US.

£990 (ex. VAT) / $1,345