Philips unveils two new 31.5 “1440p and 4K IPS monitors, Philips 328P6AU and Philips 328P6VU

Philips today announced two new 31.5 “IPS professional monitors Philips 328P6AU and 328P6VU resolutions 1440p and 4k respectively, both monitors incorporate HDR support and incorporate a USB 3.1 Type C as an input among some of its features.

Philips unveils two new 31.5 "1440p and 4K IPS monitors, Philips 328P6AU and Philips 328P6VU

The two monitors have a Display Port 1.2, an HDMI 2.0a input, the USB 3.1 Type C itself can be used as Display Port 1.2 input. Monitors are capable of displaying 98% of the Adobe RGB color range for the 1440p model and 95% of the NTSC color gamut for the 4K model.

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328P6AU Detailed Specifications

In addition, this is the first of the new P-arrangement presentations to arrive is the Philips 328P6AU (imagined). The screen depends on an IPS-ADS board with a 2560×1440 determination and can hit 400 nits in brilliance. Philips says that the 328P6AU show can duplicate 98% of the AdobeRGB shading range (and along these lines it is protected to state that it can cover 100% of the sRGB). However, it doesn’t uncover anything past that. The firm likewise is not unveiling the revive rate of the board.

 

But rather given how the screen is being situated, it is likely that it is set at 60 Hz. Since the 328P6AU is an expert show, its stand can set the screen in picture mode and permits a wide range of different modifications (stature, pivot, tilt).

The second P-arrangement LCD that Philips is taking a shot at is known as the 328P6VU, and this one is considerably further developed. Also, the screen depends on an IPS-AAS board highlighting a 3840×2160 determination and can hit 600 nits in brilliance, which is extensively higher contrasted with various contemporary presentations for experts.

328P6AU Backdrop illumination

Moreover, the 328P6VU is furnished with a backdrop illumination supporting 16-zone nearby diminishing, so expect a genuinely high complexity proportion. With respect to shading range, Philips just specifies 95% of NTSC, however nothing else. Once more, the organization isn’t distributing anything about the invigorate rate of the LCD, yet 60 Hz is a sensible figure.

With regards to availability, the 328P6AU and 328P6VU both have a similar usefulness. The two screens incorporate DisplayPort, HDMI, and D-Sub (VGA) inputs (this one appears somewhat odd on a 4K show, yet could be helpful for PiP) and additionally a USB-C port. The last can be utilized as a show contribution and additionally an upstream port for a center point highlighting USB 3.0 ports and a GbE connector.

 

Such a center point will be exceptionally helpful for those with journals including USB-C and lack different connectors (e.g. MacBooks). At long last, the screens will have two 3 W stereo speakers.

The bases of both allow to rotate and tilt the monitor, besides allowing to modify its height. In addition, they have a hole that allows us to order the cables through it. You can consult the specifications of both models below and see a gallery of images at the end of the news:

 

Philips 328P6AU

  • Panel: 31.5 “IPS ADS       
  • Native Resolution: 2560 × 1440  
  • Brightness: 400 cd / m²                   
  • Viewing Angles: 178 ° / 178 ° horizontal / vertical
  • HDR Support: Yes
  • Pixel Pitch: 0.2724 mm² 
  • Pixel Density: 93 PPI        
  • Color Gamut: AdobeRGB: 98%    
  • Stand: Tilt, pivot (90 °), and height adjustable
  • Inputs:
    • DisplayPort 1.2 x1
    • HDMI 2.0a x1
    • USB Type-C (DP 1.2) x1
    • D-Sub x1
  • USB Hub: Multi-port USB 3.0 hub
  • Ethernet: GbE port
  • Audio: 3 W × 2

 

Philips 328P6VU

  • Panel: 31.5 “IPS AAS
  • Native Resolution: 3840 × 2160
  • Brightness: 600 cd / m²
  • Local Dimming: 16 zone
  • Contrast: High
  • Viewing Angles: 178 ° / 178 ° horizontal / vertical
  • HDR Support: Yes
  • Pixel Pitch: 0.1816 mm²
  • Pixel Density: 140 PPI
  • Color Gamut Support: NTSC: 95%
  • Inputs:
    • DisplayPort 1.2 x1
    • HDMI 2.0a x1
    • USB Type-C (DP 1.2) x1
    • D-Sub x1
  • USB Hub: Multi-port USB 3.0 hub
  • Ethernet: GbE port
  • Audio: 3 W × 2

Pricing and Availability

Also, concerning price and accessibility, the Philips 328P6AU is set to hit the market one month from now with a cost to be declared. I don’t anticipate that this one will be all that costly. Yet its cost is not going to be a deal given that it’s gone for experts. In the meantime the Philips 328P6VU is set to arrive once in a while in Q1 2018 and the producer intends to offer it for roughly €529 – €549 in Europe ($632 – $655), which is shockingly aggressive for a 4K show with a USB-C input, a USB center, and a Gigabit Ethernet port.

Source: Philips/TPV

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