|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
Philips 276E9QDSB 27" Frameless Monitor, Full HD IPS, 124% sRGB, FreeSync 75Hz, VESA, 4Yr Advance Replacement Warranty
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- 27" LCD monitor with Full HD 1920x1080
- IPS panel for wide-viewing angles and full colors. Brightness - 250 cd/m². Product with stand (mm) - 614 x 465 x 220 mm. Product without stand (mm) - 614 x 367 x 40 mm
- Philip Ultra Wide-Color technology with 124% sRGB & 93% NTSC color gamut coverage
- Free Sync technology provides fluid, artifact-free gaming performance
- HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, and audio out connectivity. Scanning Frequency - 38 - 89 kHz (H) / 50 - 75 Hz (V)
- 4-Year with 4-year advance replacement policy (for models sold in us)
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- Ultra Wide-Color enhanced spectrum
- IPS panel
- FlickerFree eye well-being
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Stunning Color, Stylish Design 276E9QDSB (E Series)
The latest Philips E-line monitors deliver stunning color, in a stylish design. The E276E9QDSB is a 27-inch Full HD monitor with superb picture quality. The IPS panel along with Philips Ultra Wide-Color technology enables high color accuracy with up to 129% sRGB gamut, producing natural-looking greens, vivid reds and deeper blues.
The panel is wrapped in a stylish design with narrow borders for a seamless appearance in a multi-monitor setup. Philips LowBlue and FlickerFree technology also prevents damages to your eyes and reduces fatigue, for your well-being.
"MMD is announcing three new additions to the Philips E-line of consumer displays. Dubbed “E9”, these models bring together outstanding design and extraordinary image performance for superior viewing and style." -Guru
Remarkable Sharp Images
Ultra Wide-Color Technology
Ultra Wide-Color Technology delivers a wider spectrum of colors for more brilliant images. The Philips 276E9QDSB with Ultra Wide-Color wider "color gamut" (93% of NTSC gamut, 124% sRGB) produces more natural-looking greens, vivid reds and deeper blues. Bring media entertainment, images, and even productivity alive with vivid colors from Ultra Wide- Color Technology.
The new Philips displays feature ultra-narrow borders, which allow for minimal distractions and maximum viewing size. Especially suited for multi-display or tiling setup like gaming, graphic design and professional applications, the ultra-narrow border display gives you the feeling of using one large display.
The Philips 276E9QDSB utilizes IPS display technology, which gives you extra wide viewing angles of 178/178 degree, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle. Unlike standard TN panels, IPS displays gives you remarkably sharp images with vivid colors, making it ideal for not only Photos, movies and web browsing, but also for professional applications, which demand color accuracy and consistent brightness at all times.
AMD FreeSync technology
Gaming shouldn't be a choice between choppy gameplay or broken frames. With the new Philips monitor, it doesn't have to be. Get fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate with AMD FreeSync technology, smooth quick refresh and ultra-fast response time.
Studies have shown that just as ultra-violet rays can cause eye damage; shortwave length blue light rays from LCD displays can also cause eye damage and affect vision over time. Developed for users’ wellbeing, Philips LowBlue Mode setting uses a smart software technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light.
Due to the way brightness is controlled on LCD-backlit screens, some users experience flicker on their screen which causes eye fatigue. Philips Flicker-free Technology applies a new solution to regulate brightness and reduce flicker for more comfortable viewing.
About Philips Monitors
We believe there is always a way to make life better. Moreover, we believe the way to do that is through innovation – innovating to improve people’s lives. For over 120 years, that has been our mission.
Nothing affects your computing experience more than the monitor you see the world through. High-performance monitors from Philips offer smart innovations, vivid imagery, and timeless style to make the most of every minute you spend behind the screen.
No matter what your requirements are, our easy-to-use multimedia monitors combine excellent picture quality with intelligent features that help you achieve more.
|Series||M Series – Premium designs and advanced features for immersive entertainment||V Series – Basic design with reliable and essential features from a trusted brand||E Series - All around choice for style and performance||E Series - All around choice for style and performance|
|Panel Size||IPS 31.5-inch 2560 x 1440 @60Hz||TN 27-inch 1920x1080 @60Hz||IPS 31.5-inch 1920 x 1080 @60Hz||IPS 27-inch Full HD 1920 x 1080 @ 75Hz|
|Response Time (typical Gray to Gray)||5ms||5ms||5ms||5ms|
|Ultra Wide-Color||Yes. NTSC 108%*, sRGB 126%*||No||No||Yes. NTSC 93%*, sRGB 124%*|
|Adaptive Sync||AMD FreeSync||N/A||N/A||AMD FreeSync|
|Connectivity||HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA||HDMI, VGA, HDMI audio out||HDMI, DVI-D, VGA||HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, 3.5mm HDMI audio out|
|Stand||-5/10 degree tilt||-5/20 degree tilt||-5/10 degree tilt||-5/20 degree tilt|
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||3840 x 2160 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches|
|Item Dimensions||24.10 x 8.70 x 18.30 inches||24.10 x 17.80 x 8.90 inches||24.27 x 9.01 x 17.69 inches||24.51 x 14.35 x 1.55 inches||24.33 x 8.01 x 16.79 inches|
|Item Weight||8.73 lbs||10.00 lbs||8.59 lbs||9.06 lbs||8.53 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||—||Vesa wall mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||75 hertz||60 hertz||75 hertz||70 hertz||75 hertz|
|Size||27 Inch Full HD||27 Inch Full HD||Curved 27" 75Hz||27||—|
The latest Philips E-line monitors deliver stunning color, in a stylish design. The E276E9QDSB is a 27-inch Full HD monitor with superb picture quality. The IPS panel along with Philips Ultra Wide-Color technology enables high color accuracy with up to 129% sRGB gamut, producing natural-looking greens, vivid reds and deeper blues. The panel is wrapped in a stylish design with narrow borders for a seamless appearance in a multi-monitor setup. Philips LowBlue and FlickerFree technology also prevents damages to your eyes and reduces fatigue, for your well-being. Ultra Wide-Color Technology: Ultra Wide-Color Technology delivers a wider spectrum of colors for more brilliant images. The Philips 276E9QDSB with Ultra Wide-Color wider "color gamut" (93% of NTSC gamut, 124% sRGB) produces more natural-looking greens, vivid reds and deeper blues. Bring media entertainment, images, and even productivity alive with vivid colors from Ultra Wide- Color Technology. UltraNarrow Border: The new Philips displays feature ultra-narrow borders, which allow for minimal distractions and maximum viewing size. Especially suited for multi-display or tiling setup like gaming, graphic design and professional applications, the ultra-narrow border display gives you the feeling of using one large display. IPS Technology: The Philips 276E9QDSB utilizes IPS display technology, which gives you extra wide viewing angles of 178/178 degree, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle. Unlike standard TN panels, IPS displays gives you remarkably sharp images with vivid colors, making it ideal for not only Photos, movies and web browsing, but also for professional applications, which demand color accuracy and consistent brightness at all times. AMD FreeSync technology: Gaming shouldn't be a choice between choppy gameplay or broken frames. With the new Philips monitor, it doesn't have to be. Get fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate with AMD FreeSync technology, smooth quick refresh and ultra-fast response time. LowBlue Mode: Studies have shown that just as ultra-violet rays can cause eye damage; shortwave length blue light rays from LCD displays can also cause eye damage and affect vision over time. Developed for users’ wellbeing, Philips LowBlue Mode setting uses a smart software technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light. Flicker-free Technology: Due to the way brightness is controlled on LCD-backlit screens, some users experience flicker on their screen which causes eye fatigue. Philips Flicker-free Technology applies a new solution to regulate brightness and reduce flicker for more comfortable viewing. About Philips Monitors: We believe there is always a way to make life better. Moreover, we believe the way to do that is through innovation – innovating to improve people’s lives. For over 120 years, that has been our mission. Nothing affects your computing experience more than the monitor you see the world through. High-performance monitors from Philips offer smart innovations, vivid imagery, and timeless style to make the most of every minute you spend behind the screen. No matter what your requirements are, our easy-to-use multimedia monitors combine excellent picture quality with intelligent features that help you achieve more. What's in the Box: Monitor with stand, D-sub cable, HDMI cable, Power cable, User Documentation
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As some people are complaining about the poor viewing angle, I believe it. If you are going to place this monitor where your head is going to be positioned directly in front of the screen, you should be fine. If you are going to place it where people will look up or down, you may not like it. The screen looks dark when you look at it from the side.
For those of you who are planning to attach a VESA mount for the monitor arm, those holes on the back are for 75x75mm. Most of the VESA mounting bracket comes with 75x75 and 100x100mm ready, but if you look at my picture in the attachment, you will know that the bracket has to stick out. Depending on the shape of your bracket, it can completely block the access for the cable connections.
Once I turned on my computer and noticed that the texts and pictures are not so crisp. After I installed the driver for the monitor, it took care of the problem. You can google "Philips 246E9QDSB" and find the download link under support on the product website. Readme text file included in the driver folder will tell you how to install it.
-4K resolution + IPS + 10-bit color from a brand I've at least heard of before AND less than $300--it's the only monitor I know of with all of those
-Much brighter plus much more accurate colors than my previous monitor!
-Sturdy metal base
-The top and side bezels of the monitor are super thin--maybe around 1 cm. The panel itself is quite thin, too
-Sound output built in (NOT speakers though--see below)
-Others have pointed out the lack of VESA compatibility but I personally wasn't planning on mounting my monitor anyway. My last monitor also wasn't VESA compatible. Either way, if it's a must-have, look elsewhere.
-If you're hoping it has built in speakers, it does not. Like most people, however, I use my own. What it DOES have is an audio *output* port via the HDMI 2 cable, which I actually use. What this means is the audio comes from the HDMI cable that's plugged into your video card, then you use a cable that connects the audio output from your monitor to your speakers. I personally just use an Oontz Angle sound bar speaker, which is more than enough for my needs (and sounds much better than any built in monitor speakers that I've ever heard).
-4K is probably a little overkill for a 27" screen, but 1) it's a new standard for TV/etc. (as opposed to 1440p) plus I do watch movies and broadcast TV through my monitor, and 2) the main reason I got it was actually for sharp text in large spreadsheets that I put together for work, and this is rocks for that. It's WAYYYY better than my last monitor (a 23" 1080p HP monitor) in that regard! And 3) for things like gaming you can set the resolution to something like 1440p
-It's "only" 60 Hz--obviously; the thing is, 1) a 4K monitor pushing, say, 144 Hz is currently hundreds and hundreds of dollars more--literally. And 2) even if the monitor had the capability, virtually no video cards today could push out those types of frame rates at that resolution with today's latest games, so no real point, at least not for a few years.
-I have to admit that I myself am not a massive expert who has compared dozens of the latest high-tech monitors. I'm primarily just comparing this to my previous 1080p HP monitor, and this one blows it out of the water, so I'm happy with the purchase!
I would say at this point, Feb-2019, I can say with a confidence that this is the best 4k monitor under $300. I ve purchased 3 others but this one is the best. 5 stars.
On the other hand it is an attractive piece of hardware, aesthetically I mean.
But as a computer monitor? I think you already know what I think of it - I think it is not good for this. Do not try at home.
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1. Set monitor to USB 2.0 via monitor controls
1. Set monitor to DisplayPort 1.2 via monitor controls
3. Ensure you have downloaded the most recent DisplayPort drivers for Mac and confirmed they are enabled via About this mac/System report/Software/Extensions/DisplayLinkDriver > Loaded: Yes
Should you connect with USB setting at 3.2 the bridge will support faster USB speeds but the display will cap out at 30hz. This is due to the limitations of data, display and power transfer of the USB-C architecture. When the display is only in DisplayPort 1.1 you won't be able to get anywhere near 4K.
*Thunderbolt 3 cables provide no benefit or difference to USB-C as they need to be certified for both connections (and this is not a T3 monitor).
*When set to the above settings you can still use the included bridge for USB 2.0 speeds plus upstream power of 65W to your Macbook/Pro.
*In the macOS display settings hold 'Option' and hit 'Scaled' to switch between manual and automated resolutions. You can run scaled resolutions at comparable 4K density which looks great and is functional. Most systems should provide 1920, 2560, 3008, 3360 and 3840.
*If you have Thunderbolt 3 capability your graphics can run this monitor (including all recent integrated Iris graphics). If you are using a non-Thunderbolt 3 Macbook you may not be able to run full 4K60 but still a comparable scaled version.
This is a great monitor once you get it dialled in! Very happy with purchase.
It takes a bit to realize its more than just one button to power this up, once you power it up via this square button and the white light power button at the right side of this monitor, no white light, main power is off.
After it is all powered up and on, you can adjust everything using the same square button which has a left to right as well as an up and down so dwell on this a bit as it isn't really clear in the instruction manual. UPDATE : Please be advised Philips has software and driver to download and install which helps a great deal in getting a lot more out of this monitor. I am using a laptop which has both Intel UHD and Nvidia UHD so I connected a high speed Thunderbolt cable which has a male USB type C to a male display port adapter. I configured the laptop Windows 10 to use the Nvidia 1060 onboard display after downloading and installing the latest driver. It really makes things pop as I set it to the highest resolution or native resolution this monitor is capable of. Extremely nice to watch Netflix, Desktop IPTV box that has 4K UHD HDR. I "think" things will be even better when I get a High Speed Thunderbolt 3 to USB type C cable as I believe it will provide the very best of what you can get with this monitor. I am experimenting to see what I can use although I believe any laptop or desktop PC with Windows 10 and a Thunderbolt port will provide the best options as my setup will allow both Intel UHD and Nivida to work and let you decide which you want to use for the various uses you want to use them for. Obviously these high settings will reduce battery life to a minimum if you set your battery to quality instead of battery saver setting. So who would carry around a 27" monitor ? Leave your AC power connected to your laptop as you would your desktop and keep your settings on high until you disconnect or go on holidays. I really do like this monitor for the price but if you have the cash there are better monitors for 3 or more times the price.
A lo importante: este monitor funciona con PS4 Pro y NetFlix 4K en PC a través HDMI y compatible con HDCP 2.2, cosa que lo monitores 4K baratones de Samsung no lo sony mucho otros que además de eso tienen un panel TN diciendo que son "rápido", cosa que es totalmente falso hay paneles TN lent e IPS muy rápidos, como el Philips. Pero no me creas, investígalo tú mismo porque últimanete venden muchas cosas que son falsas.. No tine Freesync ni mucho menos, en esta resolución y a esta tasa de refresco francamente no lo necesitas.
Para mí no tenía sentido pagar más por un monitor con Fake HDR o paneles TN de baja calidad o de plano demasiado por uno LG, si por alguna razón esta marca no te convence las mejores opciones y que yo compraría son el LG 27UL650 y BenQ ew3270u, para mí no valían la implementación HDR, porque en precisión de color el Philips tiene la misma calidad que estos, con excepción del BenQ que es una panel VA, tiene por lo tanto más contraste, es menos preciso pero más adecuado para entretenimiento.
Make sure of using it with DisplayPort cable or with HDMI 2.0 port so you get 60Hz in 4K (otherwise there is a big difference that can be seen when you move the mouse pointer quickly). This is not a problem with the monitor but rather with the limitations of resolution and refresh rate on hdmi 1.
I'm going to talk about another equally important topic.
A monitor sporting "4k" as one of its attributes does NOT automatically mean ultraHD blu-ray discs, among others, can be viewed with it. Aside from being genuinely and physically 4k, it also has to be HDCP 2.2 compliant, of which this Philips 276E8V monitor thankfully is (as opposed to https://www.amazon.ca/AOC-U2790VQ-3840x2160-Frameless-DisplayPort/dp/B07LBM2DCC/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=aoc+4k+monitor&qid=1557187032&s=gateway&sr=8-1). However, this is not clear anywhere on its specs, either here or on the Philips website. Inquiries to customer support there on the matter were answered after a few days in the affirmative. That is good, but infinitely better if the info concerning HDCP 2.2 compliance were included in the first place on the specs here. Progenitors of 4k content have unsurprisingly crafted stumbling blocks galore towards viewing their creations in their quest to prevent piracy. HDCP 2.2 compliance is just one of them. I also found out to my utter dismay that not even the latest bestest snappiest nVidia or AMD graphics cards can be used to view 4k ultraHD blu-ray discs on the computer with, say, PowerDVD because they "lack a protected audio-video path (PAVP)". That said, only built-in motherboard Intel HD graphics can be used, and only on those supporting "SGX" (but this is another miserable topic for discussion on a separate thread).
My workaround consists of enabling BOTH the nVidia PCIe graphics cards AND the onboard Intel (some motherboards allow this (such as the Gigabyte Z390UD I'm currently using); others will disable one automatically if it's not chosen), and connecting BOTH to this monitor (Intel graphics via HDMI, nVidia via DP). I switch to Intel graphics via HDMI to view 4k uktraHD BDs, and to nVidia via DP to do everything else. On initial power-up and after latest driver installation, the default is extended desktop view, which I retained. As implicit proof that it works, opening up Cyberlink BD adviser on the nVidia side will declare that the set-up IS NOT capable of 4k ultraHD BD playback; dragging the app over to the Intel side and launching it from there, however, says everything IS hunky dory and I can go ahead watch them. This is where this monitor's PIP feature can come in handy.
It has all the basic features you would expect from a monitor within the same price range like 100hz refresh rate, 1440p ultrawide,1500R curved display, a decent VA panel, FreeSync support, and G-sync compatible. What made this the king of WFH monitor is all the extra features that come with it that would nornamlly cost you at least a few hundreds more:
1. Adjustable monitor position and tilt angle. This sounds like a basic feature, but supprisingly not a lot ultrawide monitors have it. Also it has a really solid stand.
2. VESA compatible. I like the potential that I can eventially do a triple monitor setup.
3. Built in KVW. So far this is the only monitor I see that comes with a built in KVM. Do keep a note that you need to purchase yourself a USB 3.0 A to B cable. So sad they didn't include one...
4. USB-C Charging and Docking. This + the KVM has made my life so much easier. I have a macbook that I use for work and I can just plug one cable in and it handles charing, display, network, and usb connections all together.
5. Connectivity. 4 usb ports(1 quick charge) and 1 eth port, and connected to 2 PCs with KVM.
There are some issues that I noticed or room for improvements:
1. A bug that the monitor will go into a charge -> sleep -> charge .... loop when my connected macbook goes into sleep mode. Hopefully they can fix this by a driver update.
2. PBP mode scalling not working properly for me. My displays do not go into full screen when in PBP mode.
3. Keyboard shortcut for OSD controlls would be a plus since you already have a KVM built in. So I can quickly switch between inputs.
4. The built in speaker is just embarrassing...
Overall this feels like a remake of Dell u3419w which costs 300 more, but I believe that one will have better quality as well. So this is a true bang for the buck!
1. On the mac book charge loop issue, I noticed that it would only happen when the vedio input for the monitor is from a different source. If I have the input set to USB-C and the problem will be gone.
2. The 4 usb inputs on the side panel were not created equal, I had to swap them several times to get both my mouse and keyboard recognized.
I did not have a USB C connect or for my laptop or display port for my PC so I used the following setup.
Laptop - HDMI to display port adaptor cable (works great) for video with USB A to USB C for uplink
PC - HDMI cable for video with USB A to USB 3.0B (not included) for uplink
Setup work awesome for my needs. Could not be happier.
It does the job pretty well when I'm actively working nothing to complain about that. Having one single cable hooked to to my laptop is very convenient and I can keep my Mackbook charger elsewhere like in my bag.
Being a software developer, the size of the screen is very convenient.
However, the biggest complaint I have is when my Macbook in sleep mode while the USB-C is still connected. I expected to have to monitor in a sleep mode state and to still charge my laptop.
The actual behavior is that the monitor keeps changing the screen between a black screen with the "No video input" message, then a black screen with the "Enter sleep mode" message, then a blue screen with the Philips logo. The 3 different screens are displayed one after the other over and over. The monitor is never really in a sleep mode.
Moreover, when the screen is transitioning from the second black screen to the blue screen with Philips logo, both the USB-C port and the USB charging port stop giving power for a second before charging again. It's as if the monitor stop giving power for a second and restarts to give it back which outputs a power chime sound from my laptop. I had to disable it to make it less annoying.
But still a bit annoying because the Macbook screen will display that its now charging before going back into a black screen.
I tried to switch the USB-C cable with the Apple one, I tried using two different USB-C dongle. No luck.
I started a conversation with Philips support to see if that's a known issue.
I'm considering returning them if this is not fixed as I won't get the charging capability convenience anymore. I might be changing for a 4k monitor instead.
If anybody else has the same problem please let me know!
I can't say enough about this monitor - zero regrets here for mixed-purpose use (side-by-side multitasking, web, light photo editing). I can't speak for a gamer's needs, but for an everyday or heavy office-ice monitor, it absolutely rocks.
It works great for games too. The colors just pop and there is more depth to everything. Despite having "only" a 60hz refresh rate, you have to keep in mind it can do 4k, and even with a GTX 1080 ti, most games maxed out won't run at a stable 60fps, let alone 144 and so on. The good new is when playing games full screen at 1080p, they look great, just like they would on a native 1080p display, since it just uses 4 pixels for each virtual pixel so everything looks nice and sharp.
No complaints overall, the bezels are very thin and the joystick interface is fine. You open a different menu based on which direction you first move it in, you press it down for power.
El monitor llego antes del tiempo y en excelentes condiciones, aunque la caja es otro punto diferente, nada que afecte la experiencia. En cuanto tenga la oportunidad volvere a comprar otro para completar mi setup.
Actualización: si alguien llega a tener problemas con el monitor de que se quede sobremarcada la imagen como si hubiera fantasma o lag (algo que pasaba con las tvs de plasma) basta con reinstalar los drivers de video que tengan en su pc, la ultima actualización de windows si que se volvio molesta en algunos aspectos. En el peor de los casos hay que formatear la pc (yo probe con una segunda pc al inicio para ver si el problema si era el monitor o mi pc, la cual al final formatee pero esta era vieja)