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Monday, January 03, 2005
Philips Develops 8 ms 19-inch LCD Monitor


The new 190P6 is the first 19-inch LCD monitor to achieve an 8 ms response time - perfect for gamers and multimedia enthusiasts.

Next to the fast 8 ms response time, the new 190P6 also features Philips? latest LFDR (Light Frame Digital Reality) display enhancement technology. Especially benefiting business users, this new advance further enhances text legibility for even sharper, clearer text viewing. At the same time the new display features dynamic, automatic adjustment of monitor brightness, ensuring the best possible display under all lighting conditions without the need for any action by the user.

The combination of a fast 8 ms response time and the new LFDR technology in the 190P6 monitor further underlines Philips? technology-leading position, and offers even higher display performance for both professional users and consumers. The result is an enhanced PC experience, whatever type of content and applications that users prefer.

Also new on the 190P6 monitor is a built-in USB 2.0 hub which allows convenient desktop connection of all kinds of external USB devices to PCs with USB support. A USB cable is supplied with the monitor to allow instant connection.

The fast response time and new LFDR technology are just two aspects of the outstanding display performance of the Philips 190P6. The 1280x1024 resolution SXGA TFT panel ensures pin-sharp display of all images, while sRGB ensures accurate color matching between images onscreen and images being printed out.

The sharp, high-resolution and flicker-free LCD display also delivers a more comfortable viewing experience for end-users spending long periods of time in front of their monitors. Comfort is further increased by the Super Ergo Base which is supplied with the 190P6 monitor. This provides screen height, tilt and swivel adjustments to enable every user to find the most comfortable viewing angle, and the screen can be pivoted between portrait and landscape options, allowing users to meet individual display needs.

The Philips 190P6 19-inch LCD monitor with 8 ms response time will be available from March 2005 onwards. Journalists should contact their local Philips media relations department for details of pricing and market availability.

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