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The exclusive technologies by Philips: PowerSensor, SoftBlue and QHD!

PowerSensor

The Philips PowerSensor is a unique monitor technology that helps to easily reduce energy costs and take care of the environment – operating entirely independently from the PC or operating system. The Philips PowerSensor reduces energy consumption by up to 80%. Its built-in sensor at the front of the monitor transmits and receives harmless infrared signals that detect user presence and reduce energy consumption by dimming the screen whenever the user is away.

SoftBlue technology

The unique SoftBlue technology reduces harmful blue light waves by up to 90% compared to conventional monitors, thereby protecting eyes from long-term damage. Philips SoftBlue uses a smart technology to reduce the harmful blue light waves without affecting the colour or image of the display.

QHD technology

QHD technology is not just for graphic designers, CAD designers and architects but for all users who require a large desktop and high resolution. In combination with a high resolution, the additional space can be used very effectively. These monitors feature QHD resolution for brilliant picture quality with 1.074 billion colours.

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