In a world that’s more interconnected than ever, business users appreciate smart, easy ways to connect the numerous digital devices they need to stay productive at work. This 24-inch display, by MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips monitors, is a new USB docking monitor.
Especially suitable for ultra-book type devices with limited connectivity, flex work places, and dynamic users, this display transmits video, audio, and connects to the Internet or Intranet – all through a single SuperSpeed USB cable. It also gives access to all peripherals which are connected to the monitor through a USB hub with three USB 3.0 ports.
Gateway to the digital world: USB hub connectivity
Artem Khomenko, Product Manager Philips monitors Europe at MMD, explains why USB docking is so vital: “We are seeing increasing convergence of digital media platforms such as PCs, notebooks, smartphones and tablets, and mobile connectivity is growing in importance. For many business users, the display is a single platform for streaming content from a range of devices. The fantastic connectivity of this new display is the answer to these needs.”
With its built-in USB 3.0 hub and Ethernet, the innovative 241B7QUPEB B-line display enables users connect their notebook and transfer content effortlessly to the more spacious screen.
Peripherals such as a full-sized keyboard, mouse, external HDD, camera and USB drive can be connected to the display’s USB hub. This is especially practical for ultra-slim notebooks that have few connectors of their own. One set of peripherals consumers won’t need to attach, though, is speakers: the display comes with two integrated stereo speakers of its own, for excellent audio reproduction.
Viewing quality for professionals
The display’s easy connectivity is matched by great viewing quality, Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and accurate colours to reproduce content clearly and sharply. With advanced IPS technology, the display assures crisp images with vivid colours, and great viewing angles.