The Philips 276E6ADSS monitor reviews have started to appear online and it is clear to see that this latest monitor delivers colors like you have never seen before thanks to its Colour IQ Quantum Dot Technology. However, we just cannot help wonder why there is still a VGA port, as that would limit its quality?
Before we have a little look at what the Philips 276E6ADSS review verdict is, we thought you might want to know if you was thinking about buying one from Amazon, the stock is limited. There are currently only a dozen left in stock, although more are on the way – which just shows how popular this monitor is.
9To5Mac must feel as though this would be a perfect monitor for the Mac mini, as they have written a review for it, and while extremely impressed, there were image retention issues right where the Safari and Chrome’s URL bar were.
There is a video for you to view below, which offers a quick look at the world’s first Quantum monitor. The short video review runs for less than 3 minutes, although you do get a good idea of what this model has to offer.
We’re told that Philips’ new 27-inch Quantum Dot monitor was hooked up to a 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina display, along with an Xbox 360 that was connected via its HDMI port. However, most of the test was done using a Mini DisplayPort to VGA – which does seem strange in this day and age.
Digital Trends has a more in-depth review and was able to offer their opinion more honestly because of a better set-up. They say that the positives are an attractive design, great marks in color gamut and accuracy, high maximum brightness, solid contrast, and overall good value. As for the negatives, they were a wobbly stand with limited adjustment, controls that are just unbearable, subpar black levels and gamma, and only support up to 1080p resolution.
We will leave it up to you to decide on this monitor, but for more details head to this dedicated Philips page.
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