Philips 246E9QDSB 24" 16:9 IPS Monitor

Philips 246E9QDSB 24" 16:9 IPS Monitor

Philips 246E9QDSB 24" 16:9 IPS Monitor

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  • 23.8" In-Plane Switching (IPS) Panel
  • HDMI / DVI-D / VGA Inputs
  • Full HD 1920 x 1080 Resolution
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 250 cd/m² Brightness
  • 178°/178° Viewing Angles
  • 5 ms Response Time (GtG)
  • 16.7 Million Colors
  • -5 to 20° Tilt Angle
  • AMD FreeSync Support
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Philips 246E9QDSB Overview

  • 1Description

Whether you are drafting up a document or partaking in an intense gaming session, the 246E9QDSB 24" 16:9 IPS Monitor from Philips is designed to provide a crisp, clear picture with reduced ghosting and blur.

This IPS (In-Plane Switching) monitor has a Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 250 cd/m² brightness rating, a 5 ms response time, and support for up to 16.7 million colors. Setup has been simplified thanks to the variety of inputs including VGA, DVI-D, and HDMI. Once configured, you can begin taking advantage of all of the features this monitor offers, including AMD FreeSync support, a reduced size bezel, and eye care technologies that are designed to reduce eye fatigue during periods of extended viewing.

IPS LED Wide-View Technology
IPS displays use an advanced technology, which gives you extra wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle. Unlike standard TN panels, IPS displays give you crisp images with vivid colors, making it ideal not only for photos, movies, and web browsing, but also for professional applications that demand color accuracy and consistent brightness at all times.
16:9 Full HD Display
This display features an enhanced Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution for crisp detailed images. Add in the high brightness rating, enhanced contrast ratio, and realistic colors, and you can expect a true to life picture.
Effortlessly Smooth Gameplay
Gaming shouldn't be a choice between choppy gameplay or broken frames. With this Philips monitor, it doesn't have to be. Get fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate with AMD FreeSync technology for a smooth quick refresh rate and ultra-fast response time.
Narrow Border Display
This Philips display features an ultra-narrow border which allows for minimal distractions and maximum viewing size. Especially suited for multi-display or tiling setup like gaming, graphic design, and professional applications, the ultra-narrow border display gives you the feeling of using one large display.
Less Fatigue with Flicker-Free Technology
Due to the way brightness is controlled on LED-backlit screens, some users experience flicker on their screen, which causes eye fatigue. Philips Flicker-free Technology applies an intuitive solution to regulate brightness and reduce flicker for more comfortable viewing.
LowBlue Mode
Studies have shown that just as ultra-violet rays can cause eye damage, shortwave length blue light rays from LED displays can cause eye damage and affect vision over time. Developed for our well-being, Philips LowBlue Mode uses a smart software technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light.
HDMI Ensures Universal Digital Connectivity
An HDMI-ready device has all the required hardware to accept a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) input. An HDMI cable enables high-quality digital video and audio all transmitted over a single cable from a computer or any number of AV sources (including set-top boxes, DVD players, A/V receivers, and video cameras).
UPC: 609585252103
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Philips 246E9QDSB 24" 16:9 IPS Monitor
  • Power Adapter
  • Limited 4-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Philips 246E9QDSB Specs

    Display
    Size 23.8"
    Screen Area 20.75 x 11.67" / 52.70 x 29.65 cm
    Panel Type IPS-Type LCD
    Touchscreen No
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Pixels Per Inch (ppi) 93 ppi
    Finish Matte
    Hardness Rating 3H
    Maximum Brightness 250 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio 1000:1
    Dynamic Contrast Ratio 20,000,000:1
    Refresh Rate 60 Hz
    Adaptive Sync Technology FreeSync
    Horizontal Frequency 30 to 83 kHz
    Vertical Frequency 50 to 76 Hz
    Bit Depth / Color Support 6-Bit+FRC (16.7 Million Colors)
    HDR Compatibility None
    Color Gamut 108% NTSC
    129% sRGB
    Response Time 5 ms (GtG)
    Viewing Angle Horizontal: 178°
    Vertical: 178°
    Dot Pitch 0.275 x 0.275 mm
    Backlight Lifespan 50,000 Hours
    Inputs / Outputs
    Connectivity 1 x VGA Input
    1 x DVI-D Input
    1 x HDMI Input
    HDCP Support Yes
    Supported Languages Brazilian Portuguese
    Czech
    Dutch
    English
    Finnish
    French
    German
    Greek
    Hungarian
    Italian
    Japanese
    Korean
    Polish
    Portuguese
    Russian
    Simplified Chinese
    Spanish
    Swedish
    Traditional Chinese
    Turkish
    Ukrainian
    Power
    Power Consumption 12.25 W (Typical)
    0.5 W (Standby)
    AC Input Power 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
    Power Adapter Type External
    Environmental
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Storage Temperature -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
    Operating Humidity 20 to 80%
    Operating Altitude 0 to 12,000' / 0.00 to 3657 m
    Storage Altitude 0 to 40,000' / 0.00 to 12,192 m
    Certifications BSMI, CE, ENERGY STAR, EPEAT Silver, FCC, RCM, RoHS, TCO Certified, TUV, VCCI, WEEE, as per Manufacturer
    Physical
    Tilt Adjustment -5 to 20°
    Mounting-Hole Pattern 75 x 75 mm
    Lock Slot Yes
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 21.3 x 16.4 x 7.5" / 54.1 x 41.7 x 19.1 cm (With Stand)
    21.3 x 12.8 x 1.5" / 54.1 x 32.5 x 3.8 cm (Without Stand)
    Weight 6.47 lb / 2.93 kg (With Stand)
    5.26 lb / 2.39 kg (Without Stand)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 9.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.0 x 18.5 x 5.5"

    Philips 246E9QDSB Reviews

    246E9QDSB 24" 16:9 IPS Monitor is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor Viewing Angle Even Straight On I used to have a Phillips 21 IPS Monitor years ago when I lived overseas and I thought that this model would be just as great. Unfortunately this item seems to be afflicted with very poor viewing angles, including viewing the screen straight on. It even has vignetting in that the edges of the screen are darker than the middle. My 14 year old Dell 21 4:3 LCD monitor doesnt have this issue nor do the HP 25es 16:9 LED IPS screens I use at work. Also, the OSD button is in a terrible location. There is a Power Icon on the front face of the screen where there is also a Power Indicator and yet that Icon is *not* a button. In fact, I couldnt figure out for the life of me how to turn off the screen! No, I didnt look at the manual -- its a computer monitor; its supposed to be brainless to use! The OSD is in the back, right behind behind the Phillips logo and its really awkward to use. In fact, it can cause you to topple the screen if you press too hard on the button. That leads to another point -- the stand. Theres just a single thumbscrew that attaches to the base so its not very stable. The whole monitor is really lightweight, which could be a plus for some people, but not for me. I prefer monitors to be solid. Well, the 14 year old model is actually heavy tipping the scales around 30 lbs, but you get the idea. Its not going anywhere. As for colors, yes, the screen is bright and there seems to be a wider gamut than what I was comparing to. But, I dont know, besides being really bright I would have had to color calibrate the monitor. The OSD allows you to modify the color temperature or use sRGB. You can also modify the sharpness and theres a low Blue mode but like other Low Blue monitors, it really kills the colors. Also, the Phillips gives you warnings not to display static images for a long time because it will cause screen burn in, which is something I remember for Plasma TVs but not for LCDs\LEDs... When I unboxed the monitor they provide you with a power cable (and power brick) which upset my near-field monitors even with TRS plugs. Not sure what that was about but after moving the power brick a little away from the active speaker the buzzing noise dissipated. They also give you a VGA cable (really? yes, apparently!). I was going to use this screen with DVI but initially I couldnt get the screen to receive a signal. I thought I had a lemon. Only after restarting a few times and changing out DVI cables did I get it to finally work. I need to point out that from power standby to receiving a signal, it takes 1 second longer than my 14 year old LCD monitor. The only other reason for me getting this model over competitors was the VESA mount in the back which would have alleviated the wobbly base if I got a mounted swivel arm. But the viewing angle problem was the biggest deal breaker for me so I issued an RMA with B&H for an exchange of a better model, an ASUS 24 16:10 IPS screen which I eagerly await.
    Date published: 2018-12-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor Viewing Angle Even Straight On I used to have a Phillips 21 IPS Monitor years ago when I lived overseas and I thought that this model would be just as great. Unfortunately, as other reviews have mentioned, this item seems to be afflicted with very poor viewing angles, including viewing the screen straight on. It even has vignetting in that the edges of the screen are darker than the middle. My 14 year old Dell 21 4:3 LCD monitor doesnt have this issue nor do the HP 25es 16:9 LED IPS screens I use at work. Also, the OSD button is in a terrible location. There is a Power Icon on the front face of the screen where there is also a Power Indicator and yet that Icon is *not* a button. In fact, I couldnt figure out for the life of me how to turn off the screen! No, I didnt look at the manual -- its a computer monitor; its supposed to be brainless to use! The OSD is in the back, right behind behind the Phillips logo and its really awkward to use. In fact, it can cause you to topple the screen if you press too hard on the button. That leads to another point -- the stand. Theres just a single thumbscrew that attaches to the base so its not very stable. The whole monitor is really lightweight, which could be a plus for some people, but not for me. I prefer monitors to be solid. Well, the 14 year old model is actually heavy tipping the scales around 30 lbs, but you get the idea. Its not going anywhere. As for colors, yes, the screen is bright and there seems to be a wider gamut than what I was comparing to. But, I dont know, besides being really bright I would have had to color calibrate the monitor. The OSD allows you to modify the color temperature or use sRGB. You can also modify the sharpness and theres a low Blue mode but like other Low Blue monitors, it really kills the colors. Also, the Phillips gives you warnings not to display static images for a long time because it will cause screen burn in, which is something I remember for Plasma TVs but not for LCDs\LEDs... When I unboxed the monitor they provide you with a power cable (and power brick) which upset my near-field monitors even with TRS plugs. Not sure what that was about but after moving the power brick a little away from the active speaker the buzzing noise dissipated. They also give you a VGA cable (really? yes, apparently!). I was going to use this screen with DVI but initially I couldnt get the screen to receive a signal. I thought I had a lemon. Only after restarting a few times and changing out DVI cables did I get it to finally work. I need to point out that from power standby to receiving a signal, it takes 1 second longer than my 14 year old LCD monitor. The only other reason for me getting this model over competitors was the VESA mount in the back which would have alleviated the wobbly base if I got a mounted swivel arm. But the viewing angle problem was the biggest deal breaker for me so I issued an RMA with B&H for an exchange of a better model, an ASUS 24 16:10 IPS screen which I eagerly await.
    Date published: 2018-12-09
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    What is the size of the bezel from viewable screen edge to the exterior edge in millimeters?
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