For work and play or “work and play”, Philips has chosen two LCD monitors with IPS panels, which are equipped with a 5 megapixel webcam, USB-C and integrated speakers. The 27E1N5600HE offers the WQHD resolution in 27 inches. The 24E1N5300HE has Full HD on 24 inches.
All terrain with webcam and USB-C
The top edge-mounted webcam supports a Windows Hello login and also comes with a noise-canceling microphone. So nothing stands in the way of a video conference.
The USB-C connection enables data and video transmission as well as up to 65 watts of power supply over a single cable. Additionally, both monitors feature a DisplayPort 1.2, an HDMI 1.4, four USB-A ports (one with BC 1.2 fast charging), and an audio output.
Other similarities include 8-bit color depth, 300 cd/m² brightness, and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Additionally, both offer a LowBlue and EasyRead mode, as well as support for Adaptive-Sync for AMD FreeSync or Nvidia G-Sync (if enabled in the driver).
For both models, Philips sets a response time of 4ms (GtG) and a moving picture response time (MPRT) of 1ms. The W-LED backlight should work without flickering. Both can be adjusted in height and inclination and rotate vertically in pivot mode. Power consumption is 29.6 watts (27 inches) and 24.2 watts (24 inches).
The only differences between the siblings remain screen diagonal and resolution: the larger 27-inch 27E1N5600HE offers 2560 × 1440 pixels at up to 75 Hz. Hz. Ambitious However, gamers will demand more Hertz.
Prices and Availability
As of mid-June 2022, the Philips 27E1N5600HE should be available at an RRP of €439 and the Philips 24E1N5300HE at an RRP of €329.
If instead you are looking for a high-resolution, 32-inch, high-contrast “IPS Black” UHD monitor with 4K webcam, you will find it in the Dell UltraSharp U3223QZ. However, for the significantly better team more than 1,300 euros due.
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