Philips has introduced a new large monitor, the 356M6QJAB / 11. It includes a panel of 34.6 inches with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels of type IPS, with a refresh of 60 Hz and a response time of 5 ms. Its design is closer to that of television, although the differences in color interpretation between monitors and TVs can be a good alternative for those who want a monitor to play in a room or small room next to a console or mini-PC.
Philips presents the 35-inch 356M6QJAB / 11 monitor with FreeSync
It covers 102% of the sRGB color gamut and 87% of the NTSC and includes two 5-watt stereo speakers. The screen brightness reaches 250 nits and the static contrast 1000: 1, and as for the connectors it consists of a VGA, a DisplayPort 1.2 and two HDMI 1.4.
The monitor has a size of 538 × 793 × 242 mm and weighs 7.5 kg. It also features AMD’s FreeSync adaptive refresh technology, blue light reduction, anti-buckle system, and automatic brightness adjustment based on the content displayed.
Philips has not indicated the price of this monitor.
- 34,6″ panel FullHD IPS panel
- 1000:1 contrast
- 102% sRGB
- Ambiglow lighting
- DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4 (×2), VGA
- AMD FreeSync
- Build in speakers
Features 356M6QJAB / 11 from Philips
|Resolution||1920 × 1080|
|Pixel density||64 PPP|
|Vel. soda||60 Hz|
|Response time||5 ms|
|Power speakers||5 W × 2|
|Static contrast||1000: 1|
|Dimensions||538 × 793 × 242 mm|
|Proportion of image||16: 9|
|Depth color||16.7 M|
|Colors range||87% NTSC, 102 sRGB|
|3.5 mm connector||1|