UWQHD monitors have been in vogue for a while now. Meanwhile there are also some with more than 60 Hertz. If you need more features like a KVM switch and USB-C Power Delivery, you have to look at Philips P-line 346P1CRH*. The monitor is packed with Features and should be able to do almost everything. Is this the perfect all-rounder? We want to find that out in our test.
Scope of delivery
The monitor arrives well packed in a thick polystyrene case. In addition, an adjustable monitor stand, power, HDMI-2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, USB type A/C combo cable, a CD and some booklets are included.
The accessories are very extensive, only a USB type B to USB type A cable would have been useful.
|Screen size||34″ (86.4 cm)|
|Resolution||3440 x 1440|
|Reaction time||4ms (GtG)|
|Synchronization||Adaptive Sync/AMD FreeSync
max. 100 Hz.
|Angle of vision||178°/178°|
|Weight||11.65 kg (with stand), 7.95 (without stand)|
|Stand||tilt: -5° ~ 25°
|Energy efficiency class||A|
|Speaker||2x 5 W|
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