Wednesday, December 6th 2017

Philips 32" QHD 328P6AUBREB Monitor Offers 99% Adobe RGB, docking USB-C, $500

MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips monitors, is rolling out a new Philips Brilliance QHD docking USB-C monitor with High Dynamic Range (HDR). The 32-inch 328P6AUBREB delivers great image quality and one-cable docking for enhanced productivity and effortless convenience.

Connectivity made simple
The 328P6AUBREB is equipped with the extremely versatile connectivity of the latest-generation USB 3.1 Type C technology. Featuring a slim, reversible connector, USB-C enables users to charge, transfer audio and video signal, and connect to the Internet - all with one single cable. Hence, the monitor instantly becomes a hub and serves as a docking station, just without using that extra space on the desk. It also enables easy linking of multiple monitors, which is useful for graphic designers for example. Consequently, USB-C extends the limited connectivity of notebooks and allows users to transfer data securely at ultra-fast speeds. USB 3.1 is 20 times faster than USB 2.0, making data transfer a breeze. And, for those whose devices seem to always be running low on battery, USB-C with power delivery can even charge notebooks.
An unparalleled visual experience
Explaining the display's positioning, Artem Khomenko, Product Manager Philips Monitors Europe at MMD, says: "The P-line monitors are designed to deliver precise, accurate and colour-critical colour performance. We are proud to bring this new model to the market, and to meet the high standards of professionals. This model is the perfect fit for graphic designers, CAD engineers, photographers, video editors and other professionals who rely on an outstanding on-screen reproduction of fine details."

With Quad HD, you will enjoy an excellent viewing experience with high-resolution visuals. HDR technology ensures exceptional brightness and contrast, as well as a rich palette of captivating new colours never before seen on a display. The 10-bit display offers 1.074 billion of them, supported by 12-bit internal processing for natural colours and smooth gradients. With 99% Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB (CIE 1973), the 328P6AUBREB offers professional colour standards and 2560 x 1440 pixels deliver crystal-clear images and make graphics come alive. Thanks to IPS technology, the monitor can be viewed from an angle of 178° without losing any of the colour accuracy or consistent brightness that professional applications demand.

An extra dose of convenience
Beyond its connectivity and stunning visuals, this 32-inch QHD display boasts many of the standout features that have earned Philips monitors their reputation: the SmartErgoBase ergonomic adjustable stand enables users to tilt, swivel and raise the display for maximum viewing comfort. It also features Philips LowBlue Mode which reduces potentially harmful shortwave blue light. Flicker-free technology regulates brightness and reduces flicker for even more comfortable viewing; built-in stereo speakers provide excellent audio reproduction while eliminating the need for peripheral speakers; and what is more, with 65% post-consumer recycled plastics, this monitor is a good choice for eco-friendly users.

The Philips 328P6AUBREB P-line display, with an RRP of £439, will be available in January 2018.
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6 Comments on Philips 32" QHD 328P6AUBREB Monitor Offers 99% Adobe RGB, docking USB-C, $500

#1
bonehead123
Wow, thats alotza monitor there, hopefully we can get some reviews soon to see if it lives up to the hype :)
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bug
bonehead123 said:
Wow, thats alotza monitor there, hopefully we can get some reviews soon to see if it lives up to the hype :)
What hype? Philips themselves haven't had a decent monitor in ages and this is not even Philips anymore. The pricing is good (even if at 32" you'd expect a proper 4k) so it may be a decent buy. But hype? I don't think so.
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L'Eliminateur
bug said:
What hype? Philips themselves haven't had a decent monitor in ages and this is not even Philips anymore. The pricing is good (even if at 32" you'd expect a proper 4k) so it may be a decent buy. But hype? I don't think so.
i for one don't give a rat's toss about 4K and i certainly actively don't want it, this monitor looks vewy vewy promising and it's right in the resolution i want.

and at that price it's competitive with dell ultrasharps so yeah, i'm hyped about it
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bug
[QUOTE="L'Eliminateur, post: 3764919, member: 84686"]i for one don't give a rat's toss about 4K and i certainly actively don't want it, this monitor looks vewy vewy promising and it's right in the resolution i want.

and at that price it's competitive with dell ultrasharps so yeah, i'm hyped about it[/quote]I'm thinking whoever buys into HDR now does it either for movies or content creation. So they'd want 4k.
And while the price may be competitive with UltraSharp, I'd be really, really, really surprised if the quality follows suit.
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Gasaraki
bug said:
What hype? Philips themselves haven't had a decent monitor in ages and this is not even Philips anymore. The pricing is good (even if at 32" you'd expect a proper 4k) so it may be a decent buy. But hype? I don't think so.
Philips is still a big player in the European market and they have continued to market monitors and 4K OLED TVs.

Just because they are out of the US market, douesn't mean anything.
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bonehead123
The hype I am referring to is all the marketing jazz spouted in the initial post.... Sounds almost like an crafty infomercial rewritten for online uses...

And the point of origin does not concern me at all. I have purchased many thousands of dollars worth of things made in Europe and elsewhere, so if something has the specs and features I want and is noted as a quality product by way of reviews and tests, I will buy it, unless I can find a similar item made in the US...
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