04 Aug '11, 5am

New Philips Monitors for Green Business - HardwareZone.com

THAILAND - MMD, the company behind Philips LCD monitors, is proud to present a new series of business monitors for companies and professional users. Four models come with LED backlighting and innovative Philips PowerSensor technology. This infrared sensor makes it possible to cut down a monitor’s power consumption by up to 80 per cent. The monitors are therefore particularly energy-efficient and suitable for companies that want to protect the environment and keep their budget down without having to compromise on quality. Thanks to the energy-saving technology built into the monitors, they lower your operating costs without you having to take any additional steps at all. The flagship of the new series of models is the Philips 273P3LPHEB, a full HD monitor which has a 27” display.

Full article: http://www.hardwarezone.com/tech-news/view/200248

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