Philips' New Monitor with E-Ink Sidekick Reduces Eyestrain

Philips’ New Monitor with E-Ink Sidekick Reduces Eyestrain

In an effort to innovate and differentiate itself in the market, Philips has introduced its Dual Screen Display, a monitor that combines an LCD screen with an ePaper screen. The unique design is reminiscent of the ThinkBook Plus Twist, offering a distinct visual appeal.

According to the official specifications, the LCD screen measures 23.8 inches (60.5 cm) diagonally, with a Quad HD resolution of 2,560 x 1440 pixels and a refresh rate of 75 Hz. The ePaper screen, utilizing E-Ink technology, spans 13.3 inches (33.8 cm) and boasts a resolution of 1,200 x 1,600 pixels. While it may not deliver ultra-high-definition visuals like a 4K monitor, the Dual Screen Display doesn’t aim to be a high-end device. Instead, it positions itself as a versatile work monitor compatible with both Windows and MacOS machines, with a primary focus on protecting users’ eyes. This makes it a potentially excellent choice for business professionals seeking a reliable and eye-friendly monitor.