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Philips MultiView Monitors Add Models 438P1 and 288E2A

By Philips Monitors, 27 Sep 2020.

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The latest additions to the Philips MultiView series of monitors, the 43-inch 438P1 and 28-inch 288E2A, make it possible to have the graphical output from up to four systems displayed simultaneously on one screen, including in PbP (Picture-by-Picture) mode to monitor four separate systems on one screen.

With UltraClear 4K UHD resolution, the Multiview displays deliver ultra-high resolution images, in resolutions ranging all the way up to 3840 x 2160, bringing particular advantages to applications which demand extremely detailed images. The UltraWide formats enable more productivity with more room for side-by-side comparisons and viewable spreadsheet columns.

Wide Applications Range

The technology and specifications within the Multiview range lend the monitors to be used in a wide range of applications. For example, in Picture-by-Picture (PbP) mode, typical applications may include the simultaneous viewing of sets of financial data, or for weather and traffic monitoring, in graphic design, and in air-traffic control environments. In particular, the Multiview functionality is well suited to applications that involve collaboration; the outputs from two notebooks can be displayed side-by-side, leading to greater productivity. PiP (Picture in Picture) mode is also an option, for viewing external feeds such as live sport while working on a PC, for example.

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Whether the user is a demanding professional requiring extremely detailed information for CAD-CAM work, or a financial professional requiring simultaneous viewing of large spreadsheets and files , or a designer working on 3D graphics, the Multiview displays deliver the screen space that complex mega-tasking and professional applications require. With UltraClear 4K UHD resolution, the Multiview monitors make images and graphics come alive.

Features and specifications

Both the 438P1 and 288E2A models offer a wide 16:9 aspect ratio, at 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, with a refresh rate of 60Hz, supporting crystal-clear accurate image and data rendering for multitasking at the highest professional levels. Both also support a wide array of connectivity options for maximum flexibility and efficiency in arranging and positioning each monitor for effective communication with the audience, including dual HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort and VGA ports.

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With the 438P1, VESA wall mounting is another option for effective positioning, and the Philips RC6 remote means control is convenient and quick, without an operator having to step between the monitor and the audience. Together these features allow the 438P1 to function as a crisply clear conference-room display for the B2B market, with the possibility of replacing a projector. For B2C markets, it could be the central display for a home entertainment centre.

The 288E2A model in the Multiview series has a typical response time of 4ms (Grey to Grey), while LowBlue Mode, EasyRead, Flicker-Free, and adaptive sync technologies are also featured, as well as built-in stereo speakers for multimedia. For picture enhancement, SmartImage game mode in the 288E2A gives gamers access to ‘FPS’ (First Person Shooting), ‘RTS’ (Real-time Strategy) and ‘Racing’ modes for personal gamer customisation flexibility.

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The Multiview line-up

Some MultiView models come in an UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio, with either a flat (models 292E2AE and 345E2AE) or curved (models 346B1C and 345B1C) screen. Model 439P9H1 has a 32:10 aspect ratio SuperWide curved screen. And model 499P9H1 has a 32:9 aspect ratio SuperWide curved screen.

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In summary

With a combination of ultra-high definition, flat or curved screen choices, and simultaneous picture viewing, the Multiview range lends itself naturally to a number of applications and viewing scenarios. Their collaborative functionality and cutting-edge range of specifications opens up uses in both home and work situations, from home entertainment centers, to conference room displays and as a replacement for projectors.