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IFA 2018: Philips to showcase extensive monitor range, including the Momentum 43-inch 4K gaming display

MMD will be showcasing a number of new Philips displays at this year’s IFA show in Berlin.

At its stand in Hall 22, MMD will display its extensive line-up of curved, ultra-slim, HDR and USB-C docking monitors, as well as professional monitors with 5K resolution.

A 4-sided frameless design is a key feature of several of the latest Philips displays, which makes them ideal for tiling. These monitors are exceptionally slim, measuring as little as 6.1 mm, while curved models offer a more immersive user experience.

A special place during IFA 2018 will be dedicated to a 43” 4K HDR 1000 display, specifically designed for console gamers.

Visitors will have the opportunity to admire the display in a dedicated gaming area at the Philips booth. Featuring a stylish, large and fast VA panel in CrystalClear 4K (UHD) resolution, the Momentum display offers console gamers superb picture quality, rapid response time, and low input lag to ensure stutter and tear-free gaming.

In addition, it is packed with a multitude of additional features for enhanced comfort, connectivity, and enjoyment.

The new Philips monitors line-up features several ultra-wide 32:9/32:10 screens. The big screen models that will be showcased at IFA 2018 will range from 43.4 to 49 inches in size, equipped with Hello webcams.

Touchscreen technology is featured in a variety of this year’s Philips monitors. Its B2B Touch Monitors use Projected-Capacitive (P-Cap) touch and support up to 10 points in addition to advanced IP54 protection against contact with water and dust. These professional monitors will be presented at IFA as 17” and 21.5” models.

IFA 2018 takes place in Berlin from 31st August to 5th September.

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