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    Set yourself free with the new Philips USB monitor. The USB 2.0 ports on your laptop deliver digital video and power to your monitor via a single cable connection!

    Product features

    • Single USB 2.0 laptop connection for power and video

      Philips USB monitor is capable of displaying images and drawing power directly from your laptop USB ports with a single USB cable. No extra power or video cables are required resulting in a simple, single cable, extra low power connection between your laptop and monitor.

    • Extra low power consumption

      The USB monitor uses special low-power LED backlight, allowing it to simply draw power from the USB ports in your laptop. It consumes approximately 9 watts, resulting in approximately 50% lower power consumption than an equivalent standard monitor.

    • Mercury Free eco-friendly display

      Philips monitors with LED backlighting are free of Mercury content, one of the most toxic natural substances, which affects humans and animals. This allows for an eco-friendly display throughout its life-cycle, from manufacturing to disposal.

    • Instant on, thanks to LED technology

      White LED's are solid state devices which light up to full, consistent brightness faster saving startup time. LED's are free from mercury content, which allows for eco-friendly recycling and disposal process. LED's allow for better dimming control of the LCD backlight, resulting in a super high contrast ratio. It also gives superior colour reproduction thanks to consistent brightness across the screen.

    • 70 mm height adjustment for ideal sitting position

      The Compact Ergo Base is a 'people friendly' Philips monitor base that tilts, swivels and is height adjustable so each user can position the monitor for maximum viewing comfort and efficiency.

    • Tilt and swivel adjustment for the ideal viewing angle

      Screen tilt and swivel mechanism built into the base permits the monitor to swivel and tilt backwards or forwards.

    * In rare instances, if your laptop's 2 x USB ports do not have enough power output for the monitor, you may need to purchase an optional DC adaptor.

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