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Philips launches 30-inch LCD monitor

Philips India Limited has launched the 30-inch LCD monitor, Philips 300WN5. The new product offers better front-of-screen experience and superior ergonomic design makes viewing comfortable. The other features available are wide viewing angle, high resolution for sharper display and adjustable screen height and brightness.

Speaking at the launch, Ankan Biswas, General Manager, Digital Network, PCP & CDS, Consumer Electronics - Philips India Ltd., said, "The new Philips 300WN5 is a step ahead in the monitor category. The sleek design, ergonomic comfort and clarity of display offered by this product are not only stimulating but also improves the productivity of users. The unique feature of our product will increase usage in businesses like hotels, malls and hospitals."

The compact Philips 300WN5 LCD monitor offers clarity of picture and sound and is network-controlled for remote management with the facility to automatically adjust brightness and generate an alert when the monitor overheats. It utilises energy-efficient technologies to reduce power consumption and thus lowers cost of ownership. The picture in picture (PIP) feature is convenient when watching two video sources or a combination of data and graphics. The model is HDTV ready (High Definition Television), which enhances the quality of the picture on your screen.


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