Multimedia Displays (MMD) — a wholly owned company of display solutions provider TPV, established in 2009 through a brand license agreement with display manufacturer Philips (News - Alert) — recently announced the launch of a new monitor from its E-Line series: the 273E3LHSB. As such, this 27-inch widescreen, full HD LED display with touch control is now available in the Middle East Region.
The Philips 273E3LHSB boats state-of-the-art LED display technology with a full 1920 x 1080 widescreen resolution ideal for today’s media. It also produces flicker-free images with optimal brightness and accurate color reproduction.
The 273E3LHSB is powered by Philips’ leading edge SmartImage Lite technology, which analyzes content displayed on the screen and, based on the selected scenario, will dynamically enhance the contrast, color saturation and sharpness of pictures and videos for enhanced display performance. This feature can be activated with the press of a button.
Philips’ SmartContrast technology also increases and decreases the contrast automatically by way of its unique extreme dimming and backlight boosting capability. This will ensure dimmer black levels and dark color shades are more accurately represented while still allowing whites and brighter color shades to pop.
The touch controls are capacitive touch-sensitive icons which allow users to control the 273E3LHSB’s settings with the lightest touch, resulting in a cleaner design aesthetic due to fewer protruding buttons.
The 273E3LHSB also features format control, allowing users to switch from the monitor’s native widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio to standard 4:3 at will, in order to accommodate older media.
"The new 27-inch widescreen Full HD LED monitor with HDMI, touch control offers unique user experience especially for gamers who demand exceptional graphic quality display and flicker-free pictures,” said Wing Wang, product manager for MEA and Central Asia at MMD. “This monitor is a wholesome entertainment package with build-in stereophonic speakers, sharp picture quality, vibrant colors and dynamic contrast and excellent resolution."
Philips also recently provided the Boni Tunnel in Mandaluyong, Philippines, with an innovative solar powered LED lighting system . In March of 2011, the company introduced the Philips Digital Pocket Memo 9375 for creating professional documents, dictations and transcriptions.
Edited by Brooke Neuman