Philips 243B1JH monitor is equipped with a user presence sensor

Philips 243B1JH

Philips 243B1JH monitor has been introduced – the model will start shipping this month. The device uses a 23.8 ‘IPS-matrix with a resolution of 1,920 × 1,080 pixels.

The highlight of the Philips 243B1JH is the PowerSensor user presence sensor, which automatically recognizes the presence of the owner in front of the monitor. This system made it possible to make the display truly “green” and reduce its energy consumption by as much as 80%. Other features of Philips 243B1JH

it is worth noting a retractable camera with Windows Hello option and built-in speakers 2 x 3 watts. The brightness reaches 250 k / m2, the contrast ratio is 1000: 1, the coverage of the sRGB palette is 105%. The monitor uses the Philips LowBlue system, which blocks excess blue light and reduces eye strain.

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