Three of our Philips monitors made it to the Best 4K monitors ranking by T3
T3, a globally active website with about 10 million monthly visitors, mainly from the US and the UK, featuring content ranging from technology and gaming to fitness and lifestyle, recently published a best-of articles, including three Philips monitors.
The article “Best 4K monitors 2021”, lists the 328P6VUBREB in the first place! The article also lists the 329P1H in seventh place and 436M6VBPAB in the thirteenth place.
1. PHILIPS BRILLIANCE 328P
+ Quality, captivating display
+ Great mix of 4K VA and HDR
+ Surprisingly affordable
Verdict: “Finding a display that brings together 4K support and HDR (High Dynamic Range) at an affordable price point can be something of a holy grail, but every now and then a manufacturer finds that elusive sweet spot. Take the, ahem, brilliant Philips Brilliance 328P, a plucky display that sports an impressive HDR 600 rating and a 3,840 x 2,160 resolution as a great example. This monitor’s very vibrant display will do your graphic design, video editing and gaming pastime more than enough justice. It’s also shockingly affordable, especially when you consider this is a 31.5-inch display with 4K and HDR support. Indeed, when you compare it to certain, similarly specced screens, it delivers the same performance for under half the price.
And, we feel it is because of this mixture of great hardware and modest price point, that makes the Philips Brilliance 328P the first monitor many users should consider when looking to upgrade.”
7. PHILIPS BRILLIANCE 329P1H
+Integrated HD webcam
+USB-C with 90W power
+Highly adjustable stand
Verdict: “As we note in our full Philips Brilliance 329P1H review, this is a great 4K monitor for professionals, delivering a 32-inch Ultra HD IPS panel with integrated webcam, Windows Hello integration, and USB-C connectivity. The screen itself is very accurate and it comes with highly adjustable stand, too, meaning it can be easily adjusted to all desks and preferences. That integrated webcam is no token afterthought, either, delivering Full HD 1080p video recording. In terms of ports it delivers a brace of HDMI 2.0 and a Thunderbolt 1.4. Adjustability sits at 180mm of height adjustment, with the display gliding smoothly up and down, plus 90 degrees of pivot, 180 degrees of swivel and tilting from -5 to +25 degrees. The Windows Hello integration is really nice as it allows for the automatic logging into Windows 10 using facial recognition, while the really weighty foot of the stand means it is really hard to tip or knock over the panel, too. There’s no HDR on this panel, and you don’t get any gamer-focused high refresh rates either, but if you want a 4K monitor for work, general use and streaming video content, the Philips Brilliance 329P1H is a great choice.”
13. PHILIPS MOMENTUM 436M6VBPAB
+ Huge 43-inch 4K panel
+ DisplayHDR 1000 tech
+ Ambiglow lighting
+ Low input lag of 4 ms
Verdict: “There’s so much to love about the Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB that it is difficult to know where to start. It’s a simply massive panel, measuring in at a TV-sized 43 inches, which means you’re never strapped for space. Thanks to its 4K, DisplayHDR 1000 panel technology, too, the picture quality it delivers is also impressive, with up to 1000 nits of peak brightness accessible. Elsewhere, the 3,840 x 2,160 resolution screen also comes with a gamer-focused 4 ms response time and Adaptive-Sync technology, which means input lag is moot and high-speed gaming sessions a super smooth, click-and-hope free experience. Naturally, thanks to the screen’s Quantum Dot colour tech, too, images and videos are presented naturally and with rich, vivid colours. Lastly, a smorgasbord of connection options, including DisplayPort and miniDisplayPort, HDMI and USB-C mean that hooking the monitor up is never an issue either, and its cost, coming in just over the £500 mark makes it very approachable to most shoppers as well. The picture quality isn’t absolutely the best-in-class in this guide, however, just like everything else about it, it is good and complements a strong all-round 4K monitor package that excels in delivering huge screen space.”
Please find the full article on “Best 4K monitors 2021” here.