Philips has introduced its new 31.5-inch display aimed at a broad set of professional workloads. The Brilliance 329P9H is a 4K LCD that has a USB Type-C port and features a built-in webcam and a GbE connector. In addition, the monitor has an integrated light sensor as well as a user detection infrared sensor that are used to automatically adjust brightness.

One of the key features of the Brilliance 329P9H is its USB-C docking capabilities designed to make life of people with modern laptops a bit easier. The display supports DisplayPort Alt mode over USB-C and can deliver up to 65 W of power to the notebook (enough to feed a 13.3-inch class laptop). Furthermore, the monitor has a GbE port that is required by many enterprises. It also has a Windows Hello-compatible webcam. Besides, the LCD has a quad-port USB Type-A hub and a KVM switch. The Brilliance 329P9H can be connected to a PC using standard DisplayPort or HDMI cables.

Other notable technologies supported by the display are the PowerSensor and the LightSensor. The former monitors user presence using an infrared sensor and reduces brightness when the LCD is not in use. The latter monitors environmental lighting and automatically adjusts luminance to save power. Philips says that reduction of brightness after the user steps away from the desk cuts energy costs by up to 80%, but obviously a lot depends on usage scenario here.

The Philips Brilliance 329P9H is based on a 31.5-inch panel featuring a 3840×2160 resolution, 350 nits brightness, a 1300:1 contrast ratio, 178 degrees viewing angles, a 5 ms GtG response time, 60 Hz refresh rates, and so on. The LCD uses a WLED backlighting and has a 3H anti-glare coating.

While the Philips 329P9H monitor is not exactly aimed at designers and professionals that use color-critical software, the monitor can display 1.07 billion colors and supports a wider than usual color gamut, covering 108% of the sRGB, 90% of the NTSC CIE1976, or 87% of the Adobe RGB color spaces. Furthermore, Philips ships the monitor factory-calibrated to a Delta E < 2 accuracy.

Last but not least, the Brilliance 329P9H comes with the SmartErgo Base that can adjust height, tilt, and swivel. In addition, it can rotate the display by 90 degrees for those who need it.

Specifications of Philips P9-Series 32" 4K Ultra-HD Display
  Brilliance 329P9H/01
Panel 31.5" IPS
Native Resolution 3840 × 2160
Maximum Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Brightness 350 cd/m²
Contrast 1300:1
Viewing Angles 178°/178° horizontal/vertical
Response Time 5 ms GtG
Pixel Pitch 0.1816 mm²
Pixel Density 140 PPI
Color Gamut Support sRGB: 108%
NTSC: 90%
Adobe RGB: 87%
Calibrated to Delta E < 2 accuracy
Stand Tilt: -5 to 25 degrees
Swivel: +/- 175 degrees
Pivot: +/- 90 degrees
Height: up to 180 mm (7.1”)
VESA mounts
Inputs/Outputs 1 × DisplayPort 1.2 input
1 × DisplayPort 1.2 output
2 × HDMI 2.0a
1 × USB Type-C (with DP 1.2, 65 W PD, data)
USB Hub 4-port USB 3.0 hub (one supports fast charging)
Ethernet GbE port
Webcam 2 MP Full HD
KVM Switch integrated
Audio 3 W × 2
headphone output
Launch Timeframe November 2018
Launch Price €? in Europe
£809 in the UK
$? in the US

Philips has already started sales of the Brilliance 329P9H monitor in the UK. The recommended price is £809, so expect MSRP of around $899 in the US.

Edit 4/9: Philips has issued a retraction, stating that the 329P9H does not have a KVM switch. Our story has been updated.

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Source: Philips

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  • npz - Monday, April 8, 2019 - link

    It IS factory color calibrated, and has wide gamut and 350 nits not 300, and MSRP of $899. The built-in 4 port 4k KVM switch itself is like $100 and you get webcam, plus sensors plus 2x DP and 2xHDMI. I personally don't care for the GigE port or sensors, but in addition to the color quality, the integrated very low-profile webcam and number of ports and the KVM switch are big factors why I'm interested in getting this. I would like HDR (it's just 50 nits short of reaching the low end certification), but I already have the LG 4k 32" for that with freesync.

    I just want a nice 4k 32" monitor to use with multiple machines The built-in KVM switch plus static port connections yield 7 machines.
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  • TristanSDX - Tuesday, April 9, 2019 - link

    where are monitors wit mini LED backlights ? Or with refresh faster than 60 Hz ? DP 1.4 is quite popular now, and most matrices can be OC-ed to 80 Hz Reply
  • BerylliumBarry - Friday, March 6, 2020 - link

    Looks like a good option, and I like that usb-c doc. That little camera isn't my favorite, but it is definitely nice to have one built in to the desktop screen. Good image quality for the price too. <a href="https://newyorkessays.com/examples/man/">h... Reply

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