4.5/5 stars and “techradar Recommends” award for Philips 329P1H @ (DACH) region DACH, the German localised version of one of the globally highly visited hardware and tech websites from Future Publishing, recently published a review of the Philips 329P1H.

The editor called the monitor “jack of all trades” (“eierlegende Wollmilchsau”).

The monitor received 4.5/5 stars and “techradar Recommends” award!

+ Integrated FHD webcam

+ USB-C with 90 W power

+ Stand with many adjustment options

(+) USB hub with four USB-A 3.2 Gen1 ports

(+) Integrated speakers

(+) Easy to setup

(+) Windows Hello support

(+) FlickerFree technology

(+) Sharp 4K display and good colour accuracy (DeltaE < 2)

(+) 128% sRGB, 89% AdobeRGB coverage

(+) LowBlue mode

(+) LightSensor


– Expensive

– Quite bulky

– No HDR (-) Screen slides down when pushing the pop-up webcam

Verdict: “If you’re looking for a 4K monitor that’s more for work and less for gaming, the Philips Brilliance 329P1H is a good choice. Its IPS panel is colour-accurate, the stand has many adjustment options and the integrated HD webcam supports Windows Hello. […] The Philips Brilliance 329P1H is a very high-quality 4K monitor with USB-C, a great IPS panel and an integrated FHD webcam. The stand feels extremely robust and has excellent adjustment options, but it takes up quite a bit of space on the table compared to other monitors. Unfortunately, HDR is missing, which is a real shame considering the price of just under 700 euros, but since the monitor is aimed more at office chair acrobats than gamers and movie junkies anyway, buyers shouldn’t miss the feature too much. The display offers a set of presets that should cover most tastes and also has useful features that should be easy on the eyes by reducing flicker and blue light. On the whole, we were very impressed with this monitor and believe it is a sensible purchase for any home office (that has 700 euros to spare and can find it). Since it only has two HDMI 2.0 ports, owners of an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 won’t be able to play games in 120 Hz, although the Philips Brilliance 329P1H is generally designed more for work than for pleasure.”

Please find the full review here.