Philips launches the Gioco 278G4 3D display with Ambiglow Technology

Philips logo3D gaming or viewing is a full-on experience, and full immersion is key to making players part of the on-screen action. That's why MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips monitors, today introduced the new Philips Gioco 278G4 3D display with Ambiglow: the innovative Philips technology that delivers a truly immersive Gaming experience.

The Philips Ambiglow technology in this iconic 27-inch LCD monitor works by casting a halo of light matching the image on the surrounding wall. This visually enlarges the screen image and intensifies the viewing experience.The high-speed processor analyses incoming image content and adapts colour and brightness of the emitted light to match the image.

Philips Gioco 278G4DHSD

To enjoy the best of Ambiglow technology, position the display about 15 centimetres from a wall or flat surface. Turn down the light in the room, or switch it off, then adjust the Ambiglow brightness levels to your liking. When you feel like working, simply turn off Ambiglow and your display is switched to standard work mode.

"We're very excited about the new 27-inch Gioco," said Jeroen Brants, Product Manager Europe at MMD. "This is the first Philips LCD display to feature Ambiglow. This technology creates a completely engaging and immersive 3D experience, and really brings 3D games and movies to life."

The minimalistic yet stylish design of the Gioco 278G4 3D display is quietly understated for a sophisticated impression. With the latest display panel technology, the Gioco features a reduced outer bezel thickness - for minimal distraction and maximum viewing size. The unique diamond faceted back and special stand, combined with premium dark bronze or black cherry sparkle finish, exudes elegance.

The Philips Gioco 278G4DHSD 3D display will be available from reseller and distributor partners from Week 48 at the recommended retail price of £319.99 (including VAT). A 2D-only version of this monitor (Philips Gioco 278C4QHSN with Ambiglow and without USB hub) is also available on the market now.

Source: techPowerUp

Tags: 3D, Monitors, Philips

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