The Philips 243S1 is presented as a new monitor that is not limited to betting on a quality board, but also has an elegant and discreet design, has good ergonomics and has a careful range of connections. This makes it a very interesting solution, especially for professional environments.
Externally, the Philips 243S1 shows a classic design, with very small screen borders and a rectangular base to achieve good support taking up little space. This is important, since other elongated types of support tend to take up much more space and have less versatility in this regard.
Entering the technical plane, the Philips 243S1 has a 24-inch IPS panel with 1080p resolution, which means that it is capable of offering perfect viewing angles at 178 degrees, and comes with a host of technologies that help reduce eye fatigue. In this sense, it should be noted that it complies with the TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort regulations, and has technologies Flicker Free, which reduces image flicker, and Low Blue, which reduces the emission of blue light. Another interesting, and clever, function is EasyRead, which offers an experience similar to what we would have reading on paper.
Regarding connectivity, the Philips 243S1 includes a dock with connectivity USB Type-C, It has an Ethernet RJ-45 connector, it has a HDMI 1.4 output, has a DisplayPort 1.2 and has four USB Type-A connectors that facilitate, and simplify, the connection of different peripherals and accessories.
The Philips 243S1 is tilt adjustable, can be rotated up to 180 degrees and offers height adjustment of up to 130mm. This means that, in short, we can adapt it to any workspace to achieve total comfort. The Philips 243S1 is available at a price of 329 euros.