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New Philips SuperWide monitor – with docking and 5MP camera

The 44.5-inch Philips 45B1U6900CH allows professionals to easily open multiple windows on one screen and have a wide viewing perspective
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New monitor Philips 45B1U6900CH offers SiperWide display to greatly facilitate the work process. It has a large 44.5-inch screen (113 cm in diagonal) with a resolution of 5120×1440 pixels.

Among the features of the Philips 45B1U6900CH that help users be as efficient as possible are a 5MP webcam, a USB-C docking station with an RJ45 port and a curved 32:9 SuperWide display with 178/178 degree viewing angles.

The 32:9 SuperWide curved display has 178/178 degree viewing angles
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Instead of two separate monitors, the 44.5-inch superwide Philips 45B1U6900CH allows professionals to easily open multiple windows on one screen and have an extremely wide perspective for viewing video content.

Additional, the curved VA display on the monitor creates wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees and has a 1500R radius for an immersive experience with crisp and high-contrast images.

Apart from the large screen, the other key feature for optimal productivity of the Philips 45B1U6900CH is the pop-up 5MP webcam. The monitor itself is equipped with a noise-canceling microphone, and the built-in camera is optimized for high-quality video meetings and a better overall experience.

One of the key features of the monitor is the USB-C docking system with RJ45
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The pop-up 5MP webcam also supports individual productivity with Windows Hello – advanced facial recognition sensors register the user to all their Windows profiles in seconds.

The USB-C docking system with RJ45 is another important feature that enables peak workspace productivity. With it, professionals can connect to the network with RJ45, provide power to their connected device, watch video content in exceptional resolution and connect an external device for high-speed data transfer.

The Philips 45B1U6900CH offers a number of conveniences, including a headphone hook
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The Philips 45B1U6900CH also has a number of other features that help professionals perform their daily tasks efficiently. These include, for example, a VESA-certified HDR 400 display, high-quality screen colors, a headphone hook for easy placement, and MultiClient Integrated KVM for connecting two computers to one monitor.

Something more – the anti-blue light filter with TUV Rheinland Eyesafe RPF 50 certification provides permanent protection against blue light-induced eye strain.

The new Philips 45B1U6900CH is now available in the commercial network in our country with the manufacturer’s recommended retail price of BGN 2330 including VAT.

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