|Standing screen display size||22 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
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Philips Computer Monitors Philips 221B8LJEB 22" Monitor, Full HD, USB hub, Speakers, Height Adjustable, VESA, TCO Edge, 4Yr Advance Replacement Warranty, Black
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- Philips B-Line 22" (21. 5" Viewable) LED monitor with full HD 1920x1080 resolution
- LowBlue Mode and Flicker-free technology for easy on-the-eyes productivity
- SmartConnect ensuring wide compatiblity: Plethora of connectivity options with HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D, and VGA inputs
- Built-in Convenience: Built-in USB hub (2. 0x4) and stereo speakers with Audio in & out ports
- Comfortable Productivity: SmartErgoBase enables people-friendly height, tilt, rotate, pivot ergonomic adjustments + Wall mountable (VESA 100x100mm compatible)
- 4-Year with 4-year advance replacement policy (in US)
- EasyRead mode for a paper-like reading experience
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Clear image, efficient performance
for maximum productivity
Get your best work done with the Philips 22" Full HD monitor. Crisp and vivid Full HD gives you the space and clarity to see your work. Features like height-adjustment, Flicker-free and LowBlue mode make work easy-on-the eyes.
- SmartImage presets for easy optimized image settings
- 16:9 Full HD display for crisp detailed images
- LowBlue Mode for easy on-the-eyes productivity
- Less eye fatigue with Flicker-free technology
- SmartErgoBase enables people-friendly ergonomic adjustments
- EasyRead mode for a paper-like reading experience
- SmartConnect with DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA connections
- HDMI ensures universal digital connectivity
About Philips Monitors
At home and at work, displays are now a natural part of your day. High-performance monitors from Philips offer smart innovations, vivid imagery and timeless style to make the most of every minute you spend behind the screen. No matter what your requirements are, our easy-to-use multimedia monitors combine excellent picture quality with intelligent features that help you achieve more.
SmartImage is an exclusive leading edge Philips technology that analyzes the content displayed on your screen and gives you optimized display performance. This user friendly interface allows you to select various modes like office, photo, movie, game, economy etc., to fit the application in use. Based on the selection, SmartImage dynamically optimizes the contrast, color saturation and sharpness of images and videos for ultimate display performance. The Economy mode option offers you major power savings. All in real time with the press of a single button!
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 wellbeing, Philips LowBlue Mode setting uses a smart software technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light.
The SmartErgoBase is a monitor base that delivers ergonomic display comfort and provides cable management. The base's people-friendly height, swivel, tilt and rotation angle adjustments position the monitor for maximum comfort that can ease the physical strains of a long workday; cable management reduces cable clutter and keeps the work space neat and professional.
TCO Edge certification is given to products which go beyond existing eco-labeling programs. Over and above standard TCO requirements, it further mandates that the product uses minimum 85% of post-consumer recycled plastics, is energy efficient, uses minimal hazardous materials, has 100% recyclable packaging, and is designed for easy recycling amongst other requirements. You can rest assured that this Philips monitor is a cutting edge technology product which is best in class ICT, benefitting you and the planet while helping you make a responsible green IT purchase!
With a plethora of connectivity, these Philips displays come equipped with multi connections like VGA, display port, universal HDMI connector, enabling you to enjoy high resolution uncompressed video and audio content. USB connections ensures that you can have super speed data transfers while having global connectivity. Regardless of what source you use, you can rest assured that this Philips display will ensure your investment is not made obsolete any time soon!
|Panel Size||21.5 – inch Full HD 1920x1080||TN 22-inch WSXGA+ 1680 x 1050||21.5 - inch 1920 x 1080||21.5- inch Full HD 1920x1080|
|Adaptive Sync||Adaptive Sync||N/A||No||FreeSync|
|FlickerFree and LowBlue Mode||Yes||No||No||Yes|
|Connectivity||VGA, DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, USB 2.0 x 4||DVI-D, VGA||VGA, DVI-D||HDMI 1.4, DVI-D, VGA, 3.5mm in & out|
|Stand||Height Adjustment:130mm Pivot: -/+ 90 degree Swivel: -175/+175 degree Tilt: -5/30 degrees||SmartErgoBase (Height Adjustable, tilt, rotate, pivot)||Tilt: -5/20 degree||Tilt: -5/25 degrees|
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Philips 221B8LJEB commercial grade monitor | clear image, efficient performance for maximum productivity> The Philips 221B8LJEB is also designed to be sustainable, using over 85% post consumer recycled plastics, certified to be TCO edge. Its 0-Watt hard switch also ensures zero power consumption for the eco-conscious.
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Then I remembered reading some time back that the USB-C cable that Apple provides with the MacBook is designed to carry only power (come on, Apple?!). Switching to the super short included USB cable that that with the display resolved this issue.
The Dell 24" display that this display replaces was mounted on an articulating VESA mount arm, and this display is now mounted on there. I really wish the manufacturers would decouple the sale of the display and the base, not only to reduce cost, but to reduce packaging and the need for me to store one more thing in my basement.
I am really pleased with the image. The built-in speakers are a nice bonus, and the audio-out travels via the USB-C cable. However, I don't care for how they sound. There is a 3.5mm audio-out port, so if nothing else, this may serve as a convenient way to send sound from my MacBook to the speakers on my desk (which were not connected to my MacBook).
I haven't tested the network port built into the monitor, but an external RAID 1 drive that has a USB 3 connection seemed to perform noticeably slower than when I would connect it directly or via the Anker dock that I was using.
The power brick is ridiculously huge and heavy! I think it's as heavy as the display! I normally mount power adapters under my desk to minimize the clutter on my work surface, and this is going to steal some serious under-desk real estate!
More to follow...first, I need to identify a longer USB-C cable so that I can route it along the mount! :)
There are annoying STANDBY POPUPS that appear directly in the center of the screen.
"Attention No video input"
"Attention Enter sleep mode"
They appear every time you shutdown your computer. Or restart Windows. Or whenever you don't type at your keyboard for a few minutes. There's no way to turn these pointless irritating messages off.
There is a blindingly bright full intensity BLUE SPLASH SCREEN ("Philips") when you turn the monitor on. OMG. Adding to this spectacle, Windows10 reports some sort of DisplayPort error whenever the monitor is cycled off-on.
The OSD menu is unwieldy. It doesn't have physical button controls on the bezel. (although amazon pictures indicate physical buttons do exist under the bezel, that's untrue). They are the capacitive type. Their responsiveness is very inconsistent. Their icons are silkscreened onto the black part of bezel, and are not visible at all in a dim room. To make it worse, there are no OSD downarrow clues pointing to the button locations, which every other monitor I've ever seen has. When you feel for a button, you will invariably sweep and activate multiple unintended things.
The speakers have adequate volume for workstation use, but sound unpleasantly shallow. Someone here in amazon Q/A said they were pleased with the speakers. I think that person was referring to the 28" Philips, which has 3 watt speakers. This 25" model has 2 watt speakers. I don't think anybody would be satisfied with the low quality sound coming from these.
This 25" model comes with a POWER-BRICK. People in the amazon Q/A here assured the power-supply is built-in. Not so. It comes with a big honker external power-brick.
The USB cables are puny. Only 32" length. (0.8 meter). What are they thinking when they supply these dwarf cables? They wouldn't reach my tower underneath my desk.
There is a SHINY brushed-chromed inset that runs the entire width of the bezel. It looks tacky, and reflections from it are distracting. In the middle, it says "Philips". From the factory, it has peel-off tape to protect its sheen. By comparison, the vertical stand has matte silver slightly-iridescent plastic that resembles anodized aluminum. That's maybe a little too high-contrast against the flat-black base. But the shiny bezel insert is really objectionable.
Having to attach the monitor to the stand with 4 screws just seems to complete the experience. yuck. Other brands have a VESA receptacle with spring-release button.
I am now on my second one of these. The first one I had to return (through Philips) because a menu would spontaneously open and close when it felt like it, covering a decent portion of the screen.
Today the replacement one, after exhibiting the same behavior, just straight up died. Unresponsive, turned itself off (of course it was in the middle of a competitive match). Fortunately I have another monitor connected to the computer.
I can't remember ever writing another negative review, but I wanted to warn people. One wonky monitor is bad luck, two is a pattern.
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The backlit screen bleeds at the edges even with the screen brightness set low. Also it is difficult to fully calibrate this monitor for a full gammut.
The control buttons on the front of the screen are terrible - They provide no sensory feedback (so you are guessing where the actual button is -especially as the spacing of the text is uneven) and they respond poorly to interaction - They can be hypersensitive at times and then not sensitive at all at making them somewhat unpredictable.
The monitor is very clumsy when it comes to switching inputs (between my PC for gaming and my Mac home office) it takes several button presses to do and often freezes (buttons become non-responsive) requiring the monitor to be turned on and off. switch inputs
Freezing of the controls happens pretty regularly- only fix is to turn the monitor off and on again. Another annoying problem is that it's all to easy to change the default language to Chinese if you hit the buttons too quickly when turning the monitor back on again.
There is a glitch where the screen will split in two with a slight offset that can be fixed be changing inputs or turning the monitor off and on again but see problem above as to why this is not ideal.
Thus far, I am quite happy with this monitor. It came well-packaged, with lots of connecting cables (see photos), and the user-interface menu system was easy enough to work with, although I did have an advantage after first reviewing a YouTube video on the monitor's review. I've connected it via a mini-DisplayPort port on the desktop to a full-DisplayPort male-ended cable to the monitor.
I did have a problem at first, thinking that the monitor didn't work, but it looked like there was a lag in my desktop boot-up time, and the monitor's response. After fiddling with the cables / inputs and getting it to 'work', in the end, I think it wasn't really a problem, just what looked like a problem. I hope there isn't a problem with the monitor's ports -- as I haven't used the 90-degree rotation function, time will tell .....
I am quite pleased with the monitor's PowerSensor feature, which goes into 'sleep' mode when it doesn't detect a presence in front of it for a designated period of time -- great feature (as opposed to manually turning off the monitor each instance you think you are going to be away for a time).
It's quite a 'bright' monitor -- I've tried to adjust the settings, and it still seems rather 'brilliant'. Not sure if it's me, the monitor, or the environment. Still more experimentation to do.
The price was good, and I hope that Philips keeps it this way. I think it's a really great monitor for those fans of 4:3 aspect ratios, as well as those persons who can really use it as a USB hub. It sits level, the build quality is very good and it does the job -- really can't ask for more than that.
Unfortunately we don't have the screws you can buy it from your local Hardware store ask for:
For the price of this monitor this is unacceptable. This product is being returned.
I use it for work and all my coworkers are impressed by this Philips monitor