The new 3D-display Philips brightly illuminate every scene




The new 3D-display Philips brightly illuminate every scene

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Since most monitors on the market are practically no different, at least, the quality of the proposed pictures, the manufacturers to attract customers to invent all sorts of buns, which are supposed to interest a potential owner of the new display. One such company is, and Philips, which has officially unveiled its new 3D-display Gioco 278G4 with a rather interesting technology.

Usually, such technology as Ambiglow (or Ambilight) we used to see in Philips TVs , but the company has decided that its presence would be appropriate and in computer monitors. For those who do not know, briefly explain what TV technology Ambiglow, projected onto the wall of different colors of light on which hangs, or near which stands. It turns out as a continuation of images on the screen. By conviction Philips, this approach allows us to dive more in what’s happening on the screen.

Gioco 278G4 has ten special lamps behind the display (five on the left and right side), which scatter light, and the color depends on what happens on the screen. The owner of the monitor should only make sure that the novelty was up against the wall at a distance of 15 cm then this whole thing will make sense.


“This is the first LCD display of the Philips technology to support Ambiglow. New technology, coupled with support for 3D offers users a new experience of 3D games and movies,”

– The representative of the company.

27-inch novelty offers support for Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, W-LED backlight, viewing angles of 178 to 178 degrees (thanks matrix IPS), brightness of 250 cd/m2, a dynamic contrast 20.000.000:1 and sweep 120 Hz (60 Hz for each eye in 3D mode).

Response time 3D-monitor Gioco 278G4 is 7 ms (2D-mode).

In Europe, the new product was estimated at 394 euros (about 513 dollars). This product will also be available to support only version of 2D-image.

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