MMD announced the Philips monitor with quantum dots on




MMD has a Philips monitor announced quantum dot screen. It would be the first monitor with such a screen. For the screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels MMD works together with QD Vision.

Televisions based on quantum dots have been around longer. Sony uses it under the Triluminos name, but now MMD has the first monitor with fitted . Quantum dots are nanocrystals that manufacturers use for a film for the backlight. Red and green light is generated by a portion of the blue light by using this film to be converted, which has a favorable influence on the color spectrum. Therefore, there can be used color filters which allow more light, so energy consumption of the screen may decline. The company behind the technique is called QD Vision and MMD also works with this group.

The first monitor with quantum dots is the 276E6ADS in the E-series. MMD claims that the screen can display 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color space and 100 percent of the sRGB spectrum. The screen size is 27 inches and the resolution is 1920×1080 pixels. The maximum brightness of the IPS screen is 300cd / m² and the gray-to-gray response time of 14ms, but when activating Smart Response is 5ms. The connections of the 276E6ADS concern VGA, DVI-D and HDMI, and there is also support for mhl.

The display is available immediately in China market and comes halfway through 2015 in Europe, for an undisclosed price.


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