MDD has announced a Philips monitor with a diagonal of 43 “and a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels.The display receives a DisplayHDR 1000 certification, which means that a peak brightness of 1000cd / m 2 is possible
The Philips 436M6VBPAB uses a mva panel and has a backlight divided over 32 zones, which can dim independently, according to a representative of the brand Hardware.Info which was present at the presentation of the screen.
If the whole screen shows white image, the maximum brightness is 720cd / m 2 the peak brightness of 1000cd / m 2 can be reached on a part of the screen.The panel, according to the manufacturer, 97.6 percent of the dci-p3 color space display thanks to the use of a quantum dot filter on the panel and the backlight.The screen supports hdr10 signals and in combination with the maximum brightness This results in a DisplayHDR 1000 certification from VESA.
On his website, MMD reports a static contrast of 4000: 1. The refresh rate is 60Hz and the screen supports Adaptive Sync, which should be compatible with FreeSync. The screen would also have low input stroke, from 21ms. The specified gray-to-gray response time is 4ms. According to MMD, which has a license to use the Philips brand name on monitors, the large screen is mainly intended for console gamers.
At the bottom of the monitor is a strip with ten LEDs, for Ambiglow. That is a basic version of Amblight, the tench in Philips TVs that the wall takes on the colors of what is in the picture.
MMD is going to sell the Philips 436M6VBPAB for a suggested retail price of 799 euros. When the screen is in stores, it is not yet known.