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    Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    Blue is the colour.
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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    Like your desktop, your bezel should be grey... Or you can choose a leafy green to balance your rods and cones activity which is more restful for the eye.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    I can't imagine playing Amnesia with a nice light blue around the outside the screen!

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    half-ass-reviews-r-us!

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    I dont like that giant blue Bezel shining in my face,
    However I guess you cant pass judgement on anything until you've tried it yourself

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    What a load of old toilet. Philips didn't learn with the commercial disaster that was Ambilight, so they pedal out this old crock.

    It's a pointless gimmick, propped up by groundless pseudo medical mumbo jumbo. Utter twaddle.

    Make it go away, and the berk who invented it.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    I would prefer it to change colours in the BPM of choice, so it would look nice for Christmas... LOL On the serious side, it's nice that you can turn it off, and dim, but if you're not going to use it, why paying the extra 50 quid? Yeah, one should certainly test it before buying.

    I have two lava lamps one on the each side of the monitor, further away in the background, and I find that set up quite lovely if you like dim, coloured lights. They cost me 20$AU, both.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    Right, the blue light will keep us "energised" and more alert - All the better to make us painfully aware that the monitor is at the wrong height and we can't adjust it. Maybe they'll pack an extra thick set of multilingual users guides for those people that might need to raise it up a bit... Philips really are a shadow of their former selves.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips LightFrame 2 monitor

    would wanna try this one

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