In the Indian market, Philips has launched two new monitors. A few of these include the 276B1 and the 243B1. Those monitors are a part of a new line of monitors that the brand is introducing under its B-line brand. There is only one difference between the two monitors, and that is the aspect of the display that differs. This is a premium offering that comes with a host of features that make it worth the money. Find out what Philips monitors can offer you right out of the box by reading the following article.  

A Philips 276B1 and a Philips 243B1 are two televisions with 27 and 24-inch screens, respectively, as suggested by their names. It should be noted that the former has a QHD resolution while the latter has an FHD resolution. In both models, there is an IPS LED display panel as well as a TUV Rheinland Eye Comfort Certification that ensures that the eyes are not overexerted. A monitor is equipped with LightSensor technology, which ensures that an appropriate amount of brightness is maintained while consuming a minimal amount of power. There is also the option of a Flickr-free display as well as a low blue mode on these displays.

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The Philips 276B1 and 243B1 come with a SmartErgo base. It provides height, swivel, tilt, and rotational angle adjustments. It also offers cable management for clutter-free and a neat workspace. The monitors feature a USB-C docking station for connecting peripherals like a keyboard, mouse, and Ethernet cable as well as charging a laptop. 

The Philips 276B1 and 243B1 are equipped with built-in stereo speakers. Connectivity options on the monitors include DisplayPort, HDMI, and dual link DVI. There is also a PowerSensor that is claimed to reduce energy cost bu up to 70 percent and ensure longevity. 

The Philips 276B1 carries a price tag of Rs 44,999 while the 243B1 costs Rs 34,999. Both monitors can be purchased from leading online and offline stores. 


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