Philips Unveils Its Massive Yet Affordable 43-Inch 4K TV
Large 4K televisions are far from affordable, but Philips UltraClear BDM4350UC is probably going to compel other manufacturers to dial down the price tag of their own large screen 4K TV offerings thanks to its healthy level of features and retail price tag.
Philips UltraClear BDM4350UC Doubles As A Gaming Monitor And Work Screen – Costs Just $799
Philips UltraClear BDM4350UC offers users a wide viewing angle and features an IPS panel with a resolution measuring at 3840 x 2160 pixels. Additionally, the added vibrancy of a W-LED backlight allows the monitor an excellent average brightness of 300 nits and a very decent 1200:1 contrast ratio. Most 4K monitors are still limited to a 30Hz refresh rate, and what this 4K monitor brings to the table is that it features a 60Hz refresh rate.
For gamers who do not want to be limited to just 30FPS will have sufficient cause to invest their money in a Philips UltraClear BDM4350UC thanks to that improved refresh rate. Combine that with the company’s own technology ranging from Philips’ Smart Uniformity display technology, which corrects inconsistencies in the brightness of the monitor’s backlighting, and you have a terrific 4K monitor in a very attractive price. However, we are not quite done with the features and we believe that after we are through, you will definitely be compelled to purchase one.
UltraClear BDM430UC also delivers a rapid fast 5ms grey-to-grey response time, along with a 10-bit color with 1.07 billion color variations and a 100 percent sRGB coverage. For some consumers, it is a matter of lack of connectivity ports, but Philips UltraClear BDM4350UC delivers the complete package since it features the following ports:
- 1 D-Sub port
- 2 HDMI 2.0 ports
- 2 MHL ports
- 1 DisplayPort 1.2 port
- A 4 port USB 3.0 hub (one of the USB 3.0 ports also provides support for fast charging, suggesting that it will come extremely handy when plugging in smartphones and tablets)
The dual HDMI 2.0 ports alone are impressive enough for us considering that most 4K monitors even now still only support HDMI 1.4 for 4K resolution, which is limited to just 30Hz. For its $799 price, other manufacturers will definitely have trouble competing with the monitor that Philips has recently announced.
Primarily, we believe that this product will sit very well with gamers that have high-end computer hardware and want to put it to very good use.