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A big monitor with huge returns

By Philips Monitors, 11 Feb 2020.

In today’s business world, large monitors are fast becoming the norm. The extra space they provide helps to increase individual and team productivity by providing more workspace, being easier on the eyes, reducing the need to scroll, presenting several windows at once and more. In addition to these, our expansive 34” WQHD monitor, the 346B1C, comes with helpful features like USB-C docking station, MultiView,  PowerSensor, LowBlue Mode and Flicker-free that not only enable complex multitasking but also cost-saving and stress-reducing measures as well.

Enhance the way you work with a monitor that enables you to see and do even more.

Big on size

Just as extra square footage in a home or more seats in a vehicle means increased possibilities, so do extra inches in a display monitor. Measuring 34”, this Curved UltraWide LCD monitor is certainly expansive. It provides the extra work space you need to enhance the way you work. For example, you can open and view several windows at once for easy side-by-side comparisons. If you’re working on large financial spreadsheets, a large screen provides more viewable spreadsheet columns, reducing the need to scroll. This 34" UltraWide display also comes with a 21:9 aspect ratio, meaning it enjoys the same height as a 27" FHD display, but it can display 30% more content. This ratio not only gives you more screen area, it proves to be the most comfortable too.

Graphics come alive on a large display equipped with CrystalClear technology.

Big on views

Having a large screen does not mean you will have to sacrifice image quality. On the contrary, with this model from our B Line, you can have your cake and eat it too! Equipped with CrystalClear technology, UltraWide QHD 3440 x 1440 pixels, and a VA display that delivers 178/178 wide viewing angles, this monitor makes images and graphics come alive. Meanwhile, the display’s subtle curve gives you a wrap-around view of your work.

Always take your comfort into consideration when getting a big monitor.

Big on comfort

Did you know that a big monitor like the 346B1C can help reduce work stress by helping to create optimal working conditions? Take this model’s eye comfort features, which are TUV certified. Flicker-free reduces eye strain and fatigue, while LowBlue Mode protects from the damaging effects of shortwave blue light. There is also EasyRead mode, which gives you a paper-like reading experience. User comfort was also considered in this monitor’s external design. Its ergonomic stand can tilt, swivel and height-adjust for your optimal viewing position. There is even a VESA mount, so you can achieve the perfect setup.

If you’re big on multitasking, you will appreciate this big monitor’s multitasking features.

Big on multitasking

Multitasking is considered as a must-have skill in today’s competitive job market. While it is something that can be cultivated over time and improves with practice, a big monitor like this one can be a big boost for complex multitasking. Its all-in-one USB-C docking station with power delivery is great for simplifying connections to all your peripherals. It also comes with a built-in KVM switch that enables you to easily switch between sources. There is also MultiView technology, which enables active dual connect and view, so that you can work with multiple devices like a PC and notebook simultaneously.

A big monitor that brings you big savings, that’s the 346B1C!

Big on sustainability

One might expect a big monitor like the 346B1C to come with helpful features that go beyond performance, and it does not disappoint! Its PowerSensor is a built-in people sensor that uses harmless infrared signals to determine if someone is present. The moment the user steps away from the desk, PowerSensor will detect this and automatically reduces monitor brightness. This will cut energy costs by to 80%, and also prolongs monitor life to save you more in the long run.

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