Work from home set-ups have become very popular and creating a productive workspace at home begins with the monitors you choose. Using the monitor on our laptops can accomplish most tasks but having access to a bigger display allows users to simultaneously work with multiple applications at the same time.
People like photographers, graphic designers, programmers, and others can use the added screen real estate to boost productivity and create efficient workspaces.
The Philips 248E9QHSB curved LCD monitor comes in a large white box with the brand logo on the left side of the box and feature specifications printed on both sides of the box.
Inside is a styrofoam package that serves as a cushion to the monitor, product documentations, HDMI cable, VGA cable, power plug and power supply.
The Philips 248E9QHSB comes in a glossy black finish that is accented by a metallic silver stand. The display has slim bezels making it suitable for double or triple monitor setup. The monitor is made from durable plastic, enough to withstand some impact.
One thing I like about the Philips 248E9QHSB is that it makes use of a joystick instead of the regular OSD (On Screen Display) buttons that most monitors use. The display menu or OSD joystick is located under the bottom bezel in the middle part making it easy to reach and accessible to make some adjustments. You also don’t need to calibrate the settings that much but this feature makes adjusting the brightness easier for users.
The stand is also removable so you can opt for vesa mounts via the mounting holes found at the back of the chassis.
One of the benefits in using a curved monitor is that the screen will take most of your peripheral vision; this means that you are less prone to distraction with a more natural range. Also, many curved monitors are significantly wider than flat panels, which means you can keep more applications on screen at the same time.
Performance wise the Philips 248E9QHSB features a 24-inch curved VA panel with a 1920 x 1080 resolution at 75Hz maximum refresh rate and 4ms response time. The backlight brightness is limited to 250 cd/m² while the contrast ratio is rated at 3000:1. The display has a narrow 1500R curvature providing you an effective viewing area.
It also features an ultra wide-color technology that delivers a wider spectrum of colors for a more brilliant image quality. The ultra wide-color “color gamut” produces a more natural looking greens, vivid reds and deeper blues. It’s also equipped with a flicker-free technology that reduces flicker for a more comfortable viewing and a LowBlue Mode settings that uses a smart software technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light.
Philips 248E9QHSB Specs
|LCD panel type||VA LCD|
|Backlight type||W-LED system|
|Panel Size||23.6 inch / 59.9 cm|
|Display Screen Coating||Anti-Glare, 3H, Haze 25%|
|Effective viewing area||521.4 (H) x 293.3 (V) – at a 1500R curvature*|
|Maximum resolution||1920 x 1080 @ 75 Hz*|
|Response time (typical)||4 ms (Gray to Gray)*|
|Pixel Density||93 PPI|
|Contrast ratio (typical)||3000:1|
|Pixel pitch||0.272 x 0.272 mm|
|Picture enhancement||SmartImage game|
|Color gamut (typical)||NTSC 102%*, sRGB 121%*|
|Display colors||16.7 M|
|Scanning Frequency||30 – 83 kHz (H) / 50 – 76 Hz (V)|
|AMD FreeSync™ technology||Yes|
|Audio (In/Out)||HDMI audio out|
- AMD FreeSync™ compatible
- VESA mount compatible
- No USB ports
- It only has 1 HDMI ports
Overall, the Philips 248E9QHSB curved LCD monitor with Ultra Wide-Color is perfect for someone who is looking for a high-contrast budget monitor with a curved screen and a thin bezel frame.
Price and availability
Philips 248E9QHSB curved LCD monitor with Ultra Wide-Color has an SRP of ₱8,899. It is available at any Philips partner store branches nationwide.
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Editor in Chief at Iconic MNL
He finished Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information System at Centro Escolar University in Manila. During his academic years, He has been an epitome of what a servant leader is. He was very active engaging into various extracurricular activities and served as an officer in different organizations.