Philips launches new monitors with USB docking support and Windows Hello

Philips has launched a pair of new monitors that come with a plethora of new features for the customers. The new 241B7QUBHEB and 272B7QUBHEB monitors come with 24-inch FHD and 27-inch QHD displays, respectively.

However, the USP of the monitors is their ability to be used as a USB docking station. Apart from that, Philips has also added the traditional HDMI and DisplayPort to the monitors. The monitors will allow users to seamlessly connect their devices like mobiles and laptops for presentation on the bigger screen and can also charge the devices. If this wasn’t enough, Philips has also added a 2 MP camera on the top which can be used for Windows Hello. The monitors also feature stereo (2W) speakers, Kensington lock, VESA mount options, and plug and Play support for both Windows and MacOS.

One interesting feature added to the monitors is PowerSensor. The feature uses IR beams to detect if a human is in front of the monitor and if no one is detected, the brightness of the monitor will be reduced to save power. The monitors will retail at a price of £319 and £489 respectively. Both the monitors will come with a stand that offers height (150mm), pivot (90 degrees), swivel (175 degrees), and tilt (-5/30 degrees) adjustability.

Via Hexus

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