Technology Philips introduces a monitor with an e-ink sub-panel

Philips introduces a monitor with an e-ink sub-panel

The new Philips model with e-ink companion panel -PHILIPS

Philips has presented a new dual-screen monitor that combines a main color panel with IPS technology with another complementary Electronic Paper Display (EPD), with electronic ink.

The technology manufacturer has released certain technical specifications of this model within the framework of the presentation of its new line of monitors and ‘gaming’ peripherals Evniawhich has taken place in Paris (France).

One of the most outstanding products recently developed by Philips is the model 24B1D5600 of Philips BusinessMonitor 5000 series, which is focused on productivity and It has a double screen.

This monitor combines a screen Vivid Crystal Clear QHD with 23.8-inch IPS technology (16:9) with another 13.3-inch EPD monitor and 3:4 format, as the company refers to in the specification sheet for this product.

The main screen offers a maximum resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 at 75Hz, with a pixel density of 93 PPI and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1. For its part, the additional panel it’s electronic inkoffers a resolution of 1,200 x 1,600 and a pixel density of 150 PPI.

The Philips 24B1D5600 model is presented as a solvent option for multitasking, since it brings together all the features of a normal monitor and adds those offered by the secondary screen, which prevent eye strain while reading documents.

This second screen also can be tilted between -5 and 23 degrees and turn up to 45 degrees on the first to adapt the best viewing angle, although Philips does not detail in this specification document if the panels can be separated and used individually.

together for boost multitaskingthe monitor works with a ‘software’ called SmartRemote, which allows you to control the electronic ink screen from a menu located at the bottom right of the color screen.

Both panels have a USB PD version 3.0, USB-C port and are compatible with Plug & Play, DDC/CI, MacOS X, sRGB, Windows 11/10/8.1/8 and 7.

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