A workstation must be simple, comfortable and organised. Hence the approach of the Philips B Line 243B1JH monitors born to offer solutions that facilitate connections and limit cable tangles and unnecessary clutter on the desk. The Philips 243B1JH incorporates a USB hybrid docking station and comes with a cable with two connectors: USB-C and USB-A. The slim, reversible USB-C connector allows easy connection for fast data transfer via a single cable, plus the ability to charge a laptop directly via monitor connection (power up to 100W).

There USB-A port with DisplayLink leaves room for a multitude of uses for the latest generation laptops. In addition to the inherent convenience of USB, the 243B1JH also features of an RJ-45 port for increased data security while exiting DisplayPort becomes useful for connecting in multi-monitor setups.

Philips B Line 243B1JH monitor: quality viewing in complete safety

The Philips 243B1JH is equipped with a 23.8”/60.5cm IPS panel with Full HD resolution, capable of reproducing high-precision images with vivid and true-to-life colors, with 178° viewing angles. In terms of ergonomics, it allows a height adjustment of 150 mm with a 90° screen rotation function, horizontal rotation and of course tilt, to define his most suitable working posture. Visual comfort is guaranteed by the Philips LowBlue mode and Flicker-free technology to reduce flicker. It is also TÜV Rheinland certified.

The Philips 243B1JH also offers increased security: its retractable webcam features sensors that are compatible with Windows Hello facial recognition and allows you to connect to your Windows PC in less than two seconds.

An ally for the planet

Like all B Line series monitors, the 243B1JH also complies with many environmental standards and labels such as EnergyStar 8.0, EPEAT1, TCO Certified Edge and RoHS. Its integrated PowerSensor sensor detects the user’s presence in front of the screen and automatically adjusts the brightness when moving away from it. This option becomes effective to prolong the life of the monitor and allow energy savings of up to 80%, thus generating economies of scale for different working environments. The monitor also features a LightSensor sensor, which automatically modulates brightness based on ambient lighting, and also contributes to better control of consumption.

The Philips 243B1JH is available from February at the recommended price of 419 euros, but on Amazon it is already discounted at 232 euros.