Peusaormance with simplicity: MMD releases Philips 243B9 monitor

MMD, a leader in innovative technology and the owner of rights to the brand Philips Monitors, presents Philips 243B9 monitor. Novelty, equipped with IPS-display of 24 inches 60.5 cm and a resolution of Full HD, and a USB-C dock with high-speed interface USB 3.2, is designed to provide greater simplicity and therefore greater productivity in the workplace. User comfort and reduced environmental impact with SmartErgo adjustable stand, PowerSensor and 100% recyclable packaging.


Easy to connect

The Philips 243B9 was designed with simplicity and ease of use in mind. So it has a powered USB-C dock for speed and flexibility, with one slim reversible connector for charging compatible laptops, watching HD video and transferring data at high speed. The monitor also supports HDMI standard, which means users can enjoy high-quality digital video and audio over a single cable from sources such as DVD players, camcorders and PCs.

Comfort and Ergonomics

The Philips 243B9 monitor features several technologies that provide the most eye-pleasing picture quality. IPS technology ensures wide viewing angles, clarity and brightness of images and Full HD resolution provides greater detail. LowBlue mode for less eyestrain. In addition, the Philips 243B9 features an adjustable ergonomic SmartErgo stand and cable management.


Ecological component

In addition to comfort, performance and flexibility, the Philips 243B9 energy-saving monitor also meets a host of environmental standards and certifications, including EnergyStar 7.0, TCO Edge and RoHS. Built-in PowerSensor automatically detects if a user is in front of the device and adjusts the monitor brightness accordingly to extend the life of the monitor and save up to 80% power consumption, while the “zero” switch ensures no power consumption at all. The Philips 243B9 housing is free of PVC, brominated flame retardants, mercury and lead. Manufactured using 85% recycled plastic and 100% recyclable packaging material.

Price and affordability

The novelty Philips 243B9 will be on sale in January 2020 for the approximate price of 16 819 Dollars

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