Philips is expanding its range of Ambiglow technology products with Gioco 278G4DHSD and 278C4QHSN, two 27-inch LCD monitors that integrates dynamic light system.
Philips had warned that 2013 will be the year for its Ambilight TVs via TP Vision, which has resumed its TV business in early 2012. But this technology based on LED light that fit behind the screen depending on what it appears, is not only intended for televisions. The announcement of Philips Gioco 278G4DHSD and 278C4QHSN is an opportunity for the firm to promote its technology Ambiglow forward to the holiday season.
Ambiglow is identical in all respects with Ambilight, but is intended for computer monitors, the two models feature 10 LEDs, 5 on each side of the back. These diodes are designed to create light halos on the wall behind the screen, in agreement with what it displays. What strengthen immersion in game or movie watching, for example.
Both models have the same characteristics, namely a 27-inch diagonal 16:9 LED backlight, a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, Contrast 1 000:1, a brightness of 250 cd / m² and a time 7 ms response. Connectivity, screens include three HDMI inputs and 1 output, a 3.5mm headphone output and 1 VGA port.
The only notable differences between the two models comes from the passive 3D compatibility and USB 3.0 hub 4 ports fitted to the model 278G4.
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