Philips offers FreeSync and IPS panel in its new monitors at 189 euros

These three models would be the first launch of its new E9 series.

Philips, through MMD, its subsidiary responsible for the manufacture of monitors, will launch three new models for its domestic range. It will be the series E-Line, nicknamed "E9" and they will bring with them very interesting features for their recommended price, of 189 euros, that can make them good candidates to preside over the desk of many players, let's see what they offer us.

These three new models, we invite you to take a pencil and paper, are the 276E9QSB, 276E9QDSB and 276E9QJAB. The three monitors share characteristics, the only real difference being their connectivity, since the 276E9QJAB includes, in addition to HDMI and VGA, a DisplayPort.

All models feature a frameless design and an adaptive tilt stand. The highlight is your IPS panel 27 inches to a 1080p resolution and with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and 5ms latency, all of them compatible with the technology AMD FreeSync, which allows adaptive refresh rates and thus give greater fluidity. In addition, they have a good color quality, since they cover a gamut of 124% in sRGB and 93% in NTSC.

The monitors will go out throughout this month of March, and Philips has announced that it will launch new models for the series in May, with models of higher resolution and different form factors, hand in hand with a larger screen or curved and panoramic panels.