Wednesday, December 19th 2018

Philips Announces the 241B8QJEB Monitor: IPS, 1080p, Made of 85% Recycled Materials

Philips, via its MMD brand license partner, today announced the launch of the basic, cost-effective 241B8QJEB monitor. The 241B8QJEB is a no-frills, basic monitor for your office use, and would be ideal as a second or third monitor in a non-gaming environment - though of course it would also work for gaming on a budget, though there are many better options for that particular use case. The pricing of £159 goes hand in hand with the 1080p panel, which fogoes the cheaper TN type for the more image-quality-friendly IPS.

The Phlipos 241B8QJEB is an environment-friendly monitor, with 85% of the materials used in its construction being recycled, thus reducing its footprint in the environment. LowBlue Mode, Flicker-free, and the SmartErgoBase provide ease-of-use specs that can be taken advantage of by users. Connectors include VGA, DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, and USB 3.0 Super Speed technology.
Source: Guru3D
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3 Comments on Philips Announces the 241B8QJEB Monitor: IPS, 1080p, Made of 85% Recycled Materials

#1
lynx29
ouch, so much money for 60hz... when i can get a Monoprice 240hz 1080p 25" for $225 free ship no tax.
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pexxie
Phlipos ? Sounds exotic :-P
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#3
silentbogo
It's a bit of a weird puppy. Too mundane and costs as much as a decent Dell IPS LCD with similar spec and an extra 12mo warranty.
£159 (~$200) nowadays will get you an entry-level 1440p monitor even in Europe.
Heck, for $150-170 you can get an LG Ultrawide(25UM58-P, non-curved). Probably a much better deal for work/productivity, apart from crappy speakers and USB hub.
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