42 inches, 4K resolution and 138Hz refresh rate characterize the novelty.
03/03/2023 12:26 PM Gehrig | Category: Gadgets
the Phillips Player production line, the Evnia family has added a new member, which is no small thing. modernity Evnia 42M2N8900 It bears the name, from which you can guess we can welcome a 42-inch piece that is considered a champion at the screen level, and is part of the Evnia 8000 series, that is, a product of the premium segment.
The technical parameters also support this. The OLED panel has a resolution of 3840 * 2160 pixels, which can be refreshed at 138Hz, and the response time is 1ms GtG. The screen has slim bezels on all four sides, which is not only stylish, but also useful when using multiple monitors together. However, those who use more of this may have very high needs and large pockets. We also get 2 * 10W speakers with DTS sound.
The monitor has a built-in KVM switch, so you can use it for multiple sources at the same time, which you can switch between in one motion. The elegant stand is height adjustable, and the screen can be rotated and tilted. Of course, being a Philips product, the three-sided Ambiglow function is also not missing from the back. There are plenty of ports in the back. Two pieces of HDMI 2.1 and one DisplayPort 1.4 remain. There is also a jack connector, USB 3.2 also includes Type-A, Type-B and Type-C.
Philips does not count the novelty cheap, but this is normal in this size and category of the product. Anyone who imagines their future using this screen will have to pay 1,699 euros, or roughly 644,000 HUF, for it. ■
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