Get the bigger picture: multi-tasking monitors for power users

See it now: Philips (US) 

Philips will make a amount of curved monitors that are designed for gaming and movie, but its top-of-the-variety 499P9H is quite a great deal aimed at the B2B sector, particularly fiscal institutions these kinds of as financial institutions and buying and selling flooring where by multi-display setups are quite common.

The curved structure is intended to occupy your total area of vision, giving “exceptional ocular comfort and ease” by removing interruptions so that you can immerse yourself in a planet of data. The 48.8-inch display provides 5,120 by one,440 resolution (108.5dpi) with the exact ultra-large 32:9 component ratio identified in equivalent 49-inch displays (which can be troublesome for Mac end users, however). But, like Philips’ a lot more modestly sized variety of ‘docking monitors’, the 499P9H is packed with valuable connectivity functions, together with two HDMI ports, and a person DisplayPort, as perfectly as a USB-C port that can manage data, movie and notebook charging.

You can find also a crafted-in KVM swap that will allow you to command two computer systems with a single mouse and keyboard, and a ‘multiview’ feature that provides a split-display selection for viewing two computer systems on-display at the exact time.

It really is even received a webcam for movie conferencing, and Gigabit Ethernet for a wired business office community. There is a 43-inch model accessible in the Uk for around £765 (ex. VAT), though that model isn’t really currently accessible in the US.

£990 (ex. VAT) / $one,345