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Philips 349X7FJEW Curved Monitor Review: Attractive Design, Strong Performance

MMD, the brand licensing partner for Philips monitors, presents the latest addition to Curved Displays: the 34-inch Philips 349X7FJEW monitor. Its 1800R curvature offers the viewer the ultimate viewing experience and offers plenty of space thanks to the edge-to-edge glass. And you can use it – because the Philips 349X7FJEW is a multitasking talent!

The sRGB colour spectrum is covered by 117.3 percent and thus leaves nothing to be desired for video and photo editing. Thanks to the Philips MultiView, two image sources can be simultaneously connected to the widescreen monitor. So you can choose between two sections of the same size or one of the image sources as a picture-in-picture.

And of course, the LowBlue mode should not be missing either, which reduces the short-wave blue light components that can lead to rapid eye fatigue and even reduced vision. Practical is the integrated hub, which makes an additional external USB hub superfluous. Various devices can be connected directly to the Philips 349X7FJEW monitor or USB devices can be quickly charged.

Specifications of the Philips 349X7FJEW

Model name: Philips 349X7FJEW
LCD panel VA
Resolution 3.440 x 1.440 (60 Hz according to datasheet, 100 Hz were adjustable)
Backlight W-LED flicker-free
Diagonal 34 inch
Ergonomics 5 degrees forward tilt, 20 degrees backward
Colour temperature 6.339 K
brightness, maximum 211 cd/m2
Contrast 2.092:1
Power consumption Stand-by 0.2 watts, white screen 57 watts
Reaction time 4 ms – grey-to-grey
Aspect ratio 21 : 9
Audio 2x 5 Watt
Video inputs HDMI inputs: 2 ports, display port inputs: 1 port

The scope of delivery includes the Philips 349X7FJEW monitor, the required cables, a driver CD and a warranty card.

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