New convex screen Philips 349X7FJEW

The MMD brand license partner of Philips screens enriches the growing range of convex screens with a new model. Together with the 1800R curvature offering an immersive viewing experience, the 34 349X7FJEW 21 9 inch screen features an UltraWide XNUMX: XNUMX design, giving users plenty of room for multiple tasks.

CrystalClear Quad HD resolution guarantees accurate detail playback, ensuring full benefits when MultiView is used to view large amounts of information on the screen at the same time. The screen is designed with easy adjustments allowing users to adjust the pitch and height of the screen according to their preferences to fully enjoy the viewing experience.Philips 349X7FJEW

"We aim to offer the benefits of convex screens, such as concentration and sinking - to as many users as possible," says Artem Khomenko, Product Manager, Philips monitors Europe MMD.

"The 34 inch model is the latest in the series that we are launching this year on the market. It is part of our commitment to providing screens that empower people to do more and be productive: with wide, beautiful screens inspired by the world around us. "

With R1800 curvature, the users of the new X Line convex display can look forward to a highly immersive experience with even better concentration on environments like home where the attention is easily disrupted. Users can gather more easily in what they do, such as seeing a movie, correcting photos, creating a video, or working for many hours on workbooks. Particularly in applications with rich details, the convex screen enhances concentration by creating an increased depth view with more personal space.

Within this personal viewing space, users have everything they need to enjoy their activities more. With UltraWide Quad HD and panorama 21: 9, the screen offers a large viewing area with 3440 X 1440 pixels: this means more pixels for more images and more room for multitask users using different applications simultaneously, all in absolute clarity and clarity.

Video capture is also great: the screen is wide enough to display the entire content together, while the 117.3% (CIE1931) sRGB color gamut ensures superb color reproduction for photographers and video creators. Thanks to AMD FreeSync ™ technology, video playback is particularly smooth, with no flicker, jerk or motion blur. And as appearance plays an important role on a screen, the 349X7FJEW is designed with great care.

An edge-to-edge display that enhances the viewing space gives a smooth look complemented by fine curves and glossy chrome finishes. It is a screen designed for functionality and elegance.

The latest X-line 34 convex X-line model is carefully crafted with features that make it easier and more comfortable to live. The display has adjustable height and tilt so users can position the convex viewing area in their ideal field of view to avoid inappropriate and unhealthy body postures.

349X7FJEW is also equipped with LowBlue Mode. Research has shown that as ultraviolet rays can cause damage to the eyes, so the short-wave blue-light rays of LED displays can cause eye damage and affect vision over time. Designed for wellness, the Philips LowBlue Mode uses a smart software technology to reduce the harmful waves of blue light.

Multitasking is a very common practice nowadays. With this monitor, instead of needing two monitors to monitor both systems at the same time, they can enjoy an input flow from two systems on the same wide screen thanks to Philips MultiView. The screen can either be divided into two equal parts or viewed in the picture-in-picture (PiP) format.

In this way, users can watch live news or sports broadcasts, for example, as they work.
There is also no need for a separate USB hub on the desktop: multiple devices can be plugged into the integrated hub, reducing cables and leaving notebook USB connections for quick access. The screen can also be used to quickly charge devices connected to USB.

The new Philips 349X7FJEW X Line, with a retail price of 899 €, will be available in the electronics stores in April 2017.

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