Leo was over at IFA 2019 last week and he spent some time looking at the new and upcoming Philips monitors this year. Be sure to check out the full coverage over at www.kitguru.net too !
Momentum 558M8R is a 55-iqnch for console gaming launches at the end of Q1 2020
4K 60Hz, QHD 120Hz, Ambiglow on three sides, audio by Bowers & Wilkins
Price will be 1,400 Euros
3-4ms input lag
Momentum 328M8R 32-inch for gaming, 4K, Ambilight LEDs are embedded in the monitor casing
the 27-inch version costs 399 Euros so the 32-inch will presumable be priced towards 800.
KitGuru reviewed the 49-inch Brilliance 499P9H
https://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/james-morris/philips-brilliance-499p9h-49in-329-superwide-monitor-review - 2 minutes in
and now the smaller Brilliance 439P9H is a 43.4-inch curved display, 3,840x1,200 resolution, 100Hz, 32:10 aspect ratio, USB-C and Windows Hello pop-up webcam.
No price yet
27-inch 271B1G and 272B1G are 4K and FHD
272B1G, 241B1V, 279C9, and 272B7QUBHEB – designed for today’s professionals, these displays are equipped with a wide array of productivity and performance maximizing features. The 27” 272B1G is particularly eco-friendly, built with 85% post-consumer recycled plastics with TCO edge, 100% free of mercury, halogen, and PVC-BFR, and offering users the lowest energy consumption ever thanks to power-saving technologies such as a PowerSensor, LightSensor, and Zero Power Switch.