A 4K monitor big on productivity.

Manufacturer : Philips

Model : 328P6VJEB

RRP : £489.99

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A 4K monitor can be a real boon for productivity, but there is an obvious hurdle in terms of pricing. 4K panels tend not to come cheap, and if you’re going to make the most of computing with over eight-million pixels, you’re probably going to want a screen larger than 30 inches, forcing the price to creep up further.

But prices have settled, and at £535, the 31.5in Philips Brilliance 328P6VJEB looks a solid bet for a UHD panel that doesn’t skimp on size. Geared primarily for productivity, the 328P6VJEB combines the sought-after 3,840×2,160 resolution with an “Ultra Wide-Colour” gamut, generous viewing angles and a versatile stand. Just what the doctor ordered for demanding office or creative work, but gaming not so much as Philips has opted against any adaptive framerate technology this time around.  Read the full review here.

Conclusions :

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Philips has expanded its range of home or office monitors with the introduction of the £535 Brilliance 328P6VJEB.

Employing a 31.5in VA panel armed with a 3,840×2,160 resolution, the display sets its sights on prosumers seeking greater desktop real estate in a well-rounded package that doesn’t break the bank. Such users can look forward to a wide colour gamut, excellent contrast, good viewing angles and a matte finish that helps minimise reflections.

As is to be expected on a 4K 31.5in panel at this price point, Philips does leave room for improvement. The stand, albeit versatile, is prone to wobble with a screen of this size, and the touch-sensitive OSD controls aren’t a whole lot of fun.

Bottom line: eager to spread out and work on a 4K desktop? The Brilliance 328P6VJEB ticks enough of the right boxes to be worthy of consideration.

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