MMD launches ‘greenest monitor ever created’

MMD has released the Philips 241B7QGJEB Full HD ‘green monitor’. 

This 24-inch (23.8-inch) LCD monitor offers ecologically-minded professionals a “powerful tool for boosting performance at work while respecting the environment”.

In addition to its industry-first energy efficiency, fully recyclable packaging, and compliance with multiple international environmental standards, the Philips 241B7QGJEB offers users a full range of high-performance and intelligent ergonomic features.

These include Full HD and IPS technology, SmartImage, SmartContrast, and SmartResponse, the USB 3.0 standard, integrated speakers, and the SmartErgo base, which together ensure complete user comfort and convenience.

The Philips 241B7QGJEB claims to be the greenest monitor ever created, it was specifically designed to have the lowest environmental impact possible. Composed of lightweight, 85% post-consumer recycled plastics with TCO Certified Edge, the Philips 241B7QGJEB is entirely free of harmful substances such as lead, mercury, halogen, and PVC/BFR. In addition, all plastic body parts, metal chassis parts, and packing materials are 100% recyclable.

Specs include Full HD resolution, IPS panel and ultra-narrow bezel ensures. SmartImage, SmartContrast, and SmartResponse guarantee peak picture and video quality at all times. And because long hours in front of the computer are often synonymous with fatigue, the Philips 241B7QGJEB comes equipped with anti-glare and low reflection monitor surface as well as LowBlue mode and Flicker-free technology.

Philips is dedicated to providing users with high-performance technology that combines innovation with sustainability. The Philips 241B7QGJEB is the ideal choice for professionals seeking to improve their productivity in a responsible, ecological way,” said Stefan Sommer, director of marketing and business management Europe at MMD.

The Philips 241B7QGJEB debuts in January 2019 with an RRP of £209.

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