Wider view, more comfortable working option
With the long hours spent on the computer, it is time to relook at how to create a better working environment, giving you or your employees a comfortable workstation to increase productivity and profits.
Selecting a monitor like the Philips B line 34" curved UltraWide display is a wise choice as it gives wrap-around view of your work. Furthermore, the all-in-one USB-C and ergonomic stand design make for optimal working conditions. Eye comfort features with TUV certification are aimed at reducing eye fatigue.
Designed for the way you work
The built-in USB-C docking station makes installation easy. Meanwhile, there will be less eye fatigue with the Flicker-free technology and the LowBlue Mode is easy on the eye. Another feature to note is the EasyRead mode for a paper like reading experience which many will appreciate, especially for digesting lengthy documents.
Curved view works best
For those who have extremely visually demanding tasks, curved view works best. It reduces eye strain symptoms and make tasks like designing easier. Study has found that people who used curved monitors reported less eye pain than those who used flat monitors.
With the ultra-high-resolution Philips Monitors, using MultiView mode allows you to work on different programs with active windows all at the same time on one screen, without compromising on visual quality.
MultiClient Integrated KVM
For the demanding working environment, users find the MultiClient Integrated KVM switch an important feature. You can control two separate PCs with one monitor-keyboard-mouse set up. A convenient button allows you to quickly switch between sources. It comes in super handy with setups that require dual PC computing power or sharing one large monitor to show two different PCs.
Cutting energy cost by 80%
Cost saving is a good incentive to invest in energy efficient gadget like 346B1C. Its PowerSensor technology is a built-in 'people sensor' that transmits and receives harmless infrared signals to determine if user is present. It automatically reduces monitor brightness when the user steps away from the desk, cutting energy costs by up to 80 percent and prolonging monitor life. This may not sound like much, but if you multiple it for every display in your office, it all adds up.