USB 3.0 hub gives notebooks instant one-cable access to displays
MMD announces all-in-one simplicity for desks everywhere. With the latest Philips USB Docking Stand, users simply attach their notebook via USB cable and lock their preferred VESA-compliant display into place. The result: easy access to all the office peripherals and the internet via a single, superfast USB 3.0 connection. Completed by a Philips monitor, the stand combines these productivity and convenience gains with an excellent viewing experie...
'Worlds first' quantum dot desktop monitor
A quantum dot desktop monitor was launched in China thanks to a partnership between MMD (Philips Monitors) and QD Vision. The Philips 27” Full HD monitor, 276E6ADS (E6), achieves 99% Adobe RGB colour, making it suitable for entertainment, gaming professional photography and design. QD Vision is demonstrating the quantum dot monitor at booth 1025 at SID Display Week.
32-in display meets higher resolution demand
At 32 inches, the BDM3270QP display is a new size for Philips Monitors with QHD, and it is now available from MMD. The new 32-in display responds to the growing demand for higher resolutions beyond HD at screen dimensions that appeal to users looking to scale their desktops up a level.
Monitor ensures flicker free colour consistency
MMD has released a new 27-inch IPS-AHVA display with factory-calibrated colour support across the Adobe RGB colour space from Philips Monitors. With the wide gamut of Adobe RGB, the display can reproduce over one billion colours with near-total fidelity, giving professional users the confidence that the colours on the display are consistent with industry standards – for colour precision throughout the entire production workflow.
Four times the detail, four times the resolution
MMD has announced a dazzling performer on the display scene: the Philips 4K UltraClear UHD Display. With four times the resolution of full HD and four times the clarity, the Philips 288P6LJEB display offers users unrivalled detail, colour, and the sharpest, most brilliant picture ever.
Stream content wirelessly from an Android device
MMD announces the 239C4QHWAB 23" Philips Miracast display featuring connectivity which is based on the Miracast standard. This technology enables users to stream mobile content wirelessly from their Android devices - and enjoy an immersive multimedia experience with vibrant colour, brilliant resolution and Full HD quality.
Paris Games Week 2013 – MMD partenaire du Team WD avec les moniteurs Philips 144 Hz 242G5DJEB
MMD participera pour la première fois à à la Paris Games Week, aux côtés d’Enermax, Gigabyte, Ozone et bien sûr Western Digital.
IFA 2013 – Philips Prêt À Séduire Les Joueurs Avec L’entrée En Piste De Son Premier Moniteur 144 Hz
MMD partenaire sous licence de Philips Moniteurs dévoile aujourd’hui à l’IFA - Hall 22, stand 101 – le tout premier moniteur Philips 144 Hz. Cet écran Full HD allie à une diagonale de 24’’/61 cm une fréquence de rafraîchissement exceptionnelle, doublée d’un temps de réponse d’une milliseconde, ouvrant ainsi la porte à des conditions de jeu d&rs...
Thrilling New 144 Hz Philips Gaming Monitor Debuts at IFA
The display expert MMD will be unveiling its exciting new 61 cm (24″) Full HD monitor for the ultimate viewing experience in gaming at the Philips booth no 101 in hall 22. The 144 Hz gaming monitor boasts an incredibly fast 144 Hz refresh rate and ultra-short pixel response time of only one millisecond for lag-free, real-time gaming experiences. Discerning gamers will be completely won over by the numerous features this state-of-the-art dis...
Expands The Workspace With One Single Cable
Who wants to waste precious minutes every day hooking and unhooking their notebook from desktop kit such as printers, drives and mouse? And repeat the task with every move between home and office, desk and meeting room? With the release of the 231P4UPES 23-inch (58.4 cm) USB docking display, MMD is pleased to announce an end to desktop clutter and the hassle of getting things set up. Users plug their notebook into the display with one single USB ...