In this article, we showcase two QHD monitors, one office monitor and the other, home monitor, and highlight their innovative technologies that enhance the QHD display to fulfill your business and leisurely needs respectively.
The Quad High Definition (QHD) display resolution features 2560 x 1440 pixels with an aspect ratio of 16:9. The “quad” used here means that it has four times as many pixels as the 720p HD TV video standard. In this respect, Quad HD is also known as 1440p, or WQHD, for Wide Quad High Definition, to represent widescreen.
Do take note that QHD is not to be confused with qHD, with a lower case ‘q’. Meaning ‘quarter High Definition’, it is the resolution used in older models of mobile phones, and will be obsolete in due time.
Another point to bear in mind is that resolution size of a display does not equal to physical screen size, as resolution refers to pixel density, and not panel size.
Whether it’s 2560 x 1440 pixels or its ultra-wide counterpart of 2560 x 1080 pixels, see for yourself how visuals come alive via the higher density pixel count. You would surely appreciate the picture quality delivered by the high performance panel, whether you are using a QHD monitor at home for leisurely computing, entertainment and gaming, or in the office, for professional work, including detailed 3D graphic applications.
The Philips Momentum 31.5″ QHD display with aspect ratio of 2560 x 1440 pixels offers an immersive visual feast with its subtly curved screen. Stepping up the experience is its Ambiglow technology that adds another dimension to the immersion, seemingly expanding the screen size with its halo of light and intensifying the action on screen, especially for playing games and watching movies.
With High Dynamic Range (HDR) imagining projected on Quad HD display, images come to life with greater brightness, incomparable contrast, as well as captivating colors. Its fuller palette of richer colors offers a visual experience that piques your senses like never before.
Designed to meet the high demands of creative work by professionals, Philips Brilliance P Line 328P6AUBREB is also a Quad HD display with viewable screen size of 31.5″, and 2560 x 1440 pixels aspect ratio. With the higher pixel count of QHD combined with High Dynamic Range (HDR) resolution, more colorful and lifelike visuals are to be seen. The greater brightness and more nuanced darks render visuals a dramatic flair.
In addition, offering Adobe 99% and 100% sRGB color spectrum, this is one display that is ideal for professional creative work, from photo and video editing to animation; just about any color-critical project, whereby color accuracy is of utmost importance.
Witness how your visuals pop with every detail on this 10-bit IPS wide-angle display, with color depth of 1.07 billion colors for more consistent and smooth visuals throughout, boosting work efficiency and productivity.
As you have read from the above recommendations of Quad HD displays of Philips Momentum 328M6FJRMB and Philips Brilliance 328P6AUBREB, visual quality improves further when it is paired with color, lighting and resolution technologies such as Ultra Wide-Color, Ambiglow and High Dynamic Range. For work or leisure, there is definitely a suitable Philips Monitors for the occasion.