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Philips Brilliance 329P9H 32" Monitor $469.37

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Was $750 on Amazon yesterday, and is still $600+ at most other online stores.

Nice connectivity if you have a laptop with USB-C. Comes with a 4-year warranty and Amazon is usually fantastic about dead pixels.

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Philips P-Line 32-inch class (31.5-inch viewable) frameless LED monitor with 4K UHD 3840x2160
IPS 10-bit panel displays images with outstanding color accuracy, covering 87% of Adobe RGB and 90% of NTSC color gamut with over 1 billion colors
HDMI 2.0 x2, DisplayPort 1.2 (1 in, 1 out), USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 (DP Alt Mode), and audio-in/out connectivity + Built-in speakers, Windows Hello Pop-Up webcam (fold & hide for privacy)
Ultimate Convenience: Built-in USB-C docking with USB 3.1 ports, RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet, and USB-C PD 2.0 quickly charging your laptop
Maximum Productivity: MultiClient KVM Switch built-in with MultiView for sharing a set of peripherals and monitor with multiple client computers
Peace of mind: Philips monitors come with 4-Year Advance Replacement Warranty in the United States, minimizing downtime
Supreme Comfort: SmartErgoBase enables ergonomic adjustments with height adjustaments, 90 degree pivot and swivel functions with VESA mounting
Better for the environment: PowerSensor saves up to 80% of energy costs while LightSensor perfects brightness with minimal power based on environment + Made with 85% post consumer recycled plastics

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Nice, does it daisy-chain by chance?
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I picked up a pair of Dell U3219Q at AWS for around $450 a few weeks ago, and they're glorious.

It's hard to find a namebrand 32" 4K w/ USB-C PD for under say $600. This is a good deal. Not a big fan of the look though, would love to hear how this stacks up against the Dell.
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8Bit+FRC
30ms input lag, EEK!
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Nice, does it daisy-chain by chance?
Phillips claims it does in the video on the item page, but I can't find any documentation.
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I picked up a pair of Dell U3219Q at AWS for around $450 a few weeks ago, and they're glorious (even swapped out an Asus Rog Swift 144hz 34" ultrawide for them).

It's hard to find a namebrand 32" 4K w/ USB-C PD for under say $600. This is a good deal. Not a big fan of the look though, would love to hear how this stacks up against the Dell.
Looks like it is using the same panel as the Dell, LG LM315WR1. Response times on the Phillips is worse. Average Response time 14ms vs 8ms on the Dell. And the 30ms input lag on the Phillips is unacceptable to me. PD 65W vs. 90W on the Dell. But the Dell won't daisychain either.

The Philips does have a broader ranging stand, speakers, a pop up camera, and a 4yr Warranty.
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Nice, does it daisy-chain by chance?
Can you daisy chain 4k monitors?

AFAIK DP1.2 doesn't support 4k daisy-chain.
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Nice, does it daisy-chain by chance?
Edit: I stand corrected, it does.

[Originally: No, the DP out port clones the same signal only.]
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Can you daisy chain 4k monitors?

AFAIK DP1.2 doesn't support 4k daisy-chain.
It would require DP1.3+. usb-c, or thunderbolt, but I doubt the usb-c port supports daisychaining, and there is no usb-c out.
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Nice, does it daisy-chain by chance?
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No, the DP out port clones the same signal only.
"DP 1.2 out (for MST daisy chaining)"
https://pcmonitors.info/philips/p...up-webcam/
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"DP 1.2 out (for MST daisy chaining)"
https://pcmonitors.info/philips/p...up-webcam/ [pcmonitors.info]
Here is the source from DisplayPort themselves: https://www.displayport.org/cable...rt-output/

They state only one 4k monitor can be supported in the downstream due to bandwidth limitations.

Maybe Philips included it for future proofing?
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So this monitor is pretty interesting for the right buyer. It has a built in KVM and a Windows Hello camera. Both are very nice features. However, it's limited to only full coverage sRGB color space, 87% Adobe RGB, 90% NTSC. That's a weird thing to only be 87% Adobe RGB even though it is marketed as 10-Bit (8-Bit + FRC) for "1.07 billion colors". It's input lag, as mentioned, is quite bad but perfectly fine for an editing or drafting workstation monitor. The 4 year AE warranty is awesome. This monitor has pretty much been purpose built for video editors who upload almost exclusively to the internet(meaning limited to sRGB), or people who do a good amount of CAD work. This is especially true for users who switch between two systems to maintain productivity while one system is taxed by a render or other intensive task.
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It has a built in KVM and a Windows Hello camera. Both are very nice features
The KVM is a misrepresentation. It does'nt actually have a KVM switching, only a port hub.

"Philips has issued a retraction, stating that the 329P9H does not have a KVM switch."
https://www.anandtech.com/show/14...e#comments
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Here is the source from DisplayPort themselves: https://www.displayport.org/cable...rt-output/

They state only one 4k monitor can be supported in the downstream due to bandwidth limitations.

Maybe Philips included it for future proofing?
With DP1.2 that's correct it could only drive one 4K monitor. DP1.3 can drive two 4K monitors.

But I thought it might be possible to drive the first 4K monitor with the USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 (DP Alt Mode) input port, and use the DP 1.2 output to drive the second 4K monitor? Cool
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is there any monitor out there that can mirror a laptop w/o any wires
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