Philips 439P9H – 43-inch SuperWide Curved Monitor Introduced

The new Philips 439P9H can be regarded as the “little brother” of the Philips 499P9H (GOLD Award) we tested. But the 43-inch (110 centimeters) Philips 439P9H monitor is not really small either. The resolution of the curved 1800R SuperWide display is 3,840 x 1,200 pixels. The weight of the massive monitor, including the stand, is 14.4 kilograms.

Thanks to the integrated KVM switch and Multi View technology, the Philips 439P9H can be used in parallel with multiple devices, which are then displayed on a split screen. The target audience is therefore primarily professional users such as developers or designers. The high functional range of the monitor is complemented by the integrated USB type C docking station with power supply, which makes it possible to connect a keyboard, mouse and LAN connection to the Philips 439P9H with just one cable.

Despite the enormous size of the monitor, the stand can be swivelled, tilted and adjusted in height. The Philips monitor has a blue light filter (LowBlue mode) and a read mode (EasyRead mode) so that your eyes don’t get tired even on long working days.

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