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    Philips launches pair of USB-C docking station monitors

    There is a new 34-inch curved WQHD MVA model, and a 27-inch QHD IPS model.
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    Re: Philips launches pair of USB-C docking station monitors

    I received 10 of their 241B7QU Models last week for work, impressed so far but we are yet to implement new laptops to dock them to (that's coming very soon) these are the 1080p 60hz little brothers of those second ones in the article and so far so good, great build quality, colours and viewing angles. as much as I love the look of these ones, I wouldn't have gotten away with justifying 1440p 76hz monitors as we do boring stuff on them that doesn't require anything fancy, and there are better options for my gaming usage at home.

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    Re: Philips launches pair of USB-C docking station monitors

    Nice to have everything built in, but no directly in the back of the screen, in the base more useful, especially when it fails out of warranty. They could have implemented some sort of dock feature to the screen itself to receive power and video signal from the base.

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