Philips 243B1 the technical name of a new monitor that focuses on productivity, comfort and environment. Announced in recent days, it is a device equipped with a 24-inch LCD panel (60.5 cm diagonal) with Full HD resolution at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, USB-C docking and HDMI connectivity.
As we said, equipped with a series of features and technologies designed to improve comfort and productivity, but also an excellent choice for ecologists: not only does it meet the strict environmental standards such as ENERGY STAR, EPEAT and TCO, but also equipped with a PowerSensor that can save up to 80% of energy costs by automatically detecting the presence of the user and consequently adjusting the brightness of the monitor.
The Philips 243B1 monitor employs a USB-C docking that allows users to connect their compatible notebook directly to the monitor using a single thin and reversible cable with USB 3.2 technology while benefiting from a wide range of ports including DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, USB 3.2 Gen 2, HDCP and RJ45.
It is also equipped with Flicker-Free technology and LowBlue mode to protect from eye strain, as well as the adjustable SmartErgoBase that allows you to rotate and tilt the display. In the monitor there is also a brightness sensor that automatically adjusts the image brightness to adapt to the lighting conditions of the room, as well as a Zero Power Switch to guarantee zero energy consumption.
Protected with 100% recyclable packaging materials, the Philips 243B1 is 85% born from post-consumer recycled plastic and completely free of harmful substances such as mercury, lead and PVC / BFR. For those interested in purchasing, we point out that it will be available from March at the price of 269 euros.