Tech Innovation

Peace of Mind For Businesses

By Philips Monitors, 26 Jun 2019.

Digital security in a business environment is everything. The risk is immeasurable when people let their guards down. Recognizing that business security is paramount, Philips Monitors presented a solution in Windows Hello™ pop-up webcam.

Peace of mind with Windows Hello™ pop-up webcam.

Biometric facial recognition

With the increasing number of breach of privacy incidents, the traditional passwords no longer feel safe.

Therefore, Windows Hello™ pop-up webcam is equipped with advanced sensors for facial recognition, which conveniently logs you into your Windows devices in less than 2 seconds, 3 times faster than a password.

This hassle-free login is not only easy, it is safe.

Takes 2 seconds for a secured login.

Webcam in discreet mode

In this modern borderless world, technology brings global businesses together in an instant. Most companies utilize the webcam but we know that we do not need an ‘eye’ to be revealed all the time.

For those who want to toggle between webcam mode and non-webcam mode, the Philips Windows Hello™ pop-up webcam is the answer. You no longer need to cover your camera with an ugly tape. This camera tucks neatly away as quickly as it pops up – allowing you peace of mind that you can only be seen when, and where, you want to.

Extra convenience with USB-C docking

Who has time for mind boggling methods of connecting your computer or the hassles of cables at the work place? Everyone wants things done quickly and simply, and the solution lies in USB-C docking. From your notebook to the Philips monitor with this innovative feature, it takes merely one step.

Easy connection with USB-C docking.

Just hook up your laptop to a bigger monitor with a single universal, reversible connection – reducing the clutter of multiple cables, and centralizing your monitor as a hub for charging your devices. The USB-C connector allows simple notebook docking via one cable for fast data and video transfers, in addition to notebook charging.

Two highly recommended models with the Philips Windows Hello™ pop-up webcam technology are 272B7QUBHEB and 241B7QUBHEB. These two displays have several other features that are ideal for the business environment.

The importance of eye comfort

For more comfortable and longer working hours with the computer, Philips LowBlue Mode setting uses a smart software technology to reduce harmful shortwave blue light.

Philips LowBlue Mode reduces eye discomfort.

There are studies which reported that ultra-violet rays can cause eye damage while shortwave length blue light rays from LED displays can cause eye damage and affect vision from prolonged use of the monitor. With Philips LowBlue technology, your well-being is being taken into consideration.

Crisp images, vivid colors with IPS technology

Why limit your computer to just work? Life is not all work but play, too. Whether it is work or pleasure, Philips Monitors with USB-C dock delivers.

IPS displays use an advanced technology which gives you extra wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle - even in 90-degree Pivot mode. What you get is crisp images with vivid colors, making it ideal not only for photos, movies and web browsing, but also for professional applications which demand color accuracy and consistent brightness at all times.

Crisp images, vivid colors, extra-wide viewing angles.

Crystal clear images

With Crystalclear, Quad HD 2560 x 1440 or Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels, images and graphics come alive with high density pixel count, enabled by high bandwidth sources such as DisplayPort, HDMI, and Dual link DVI. Additionally, CAD-CAM solutions, 3D graphic applications or huge spreadsheets are all delivered at their finest.

Right decision, right choice for your business

Think no further if security and privacy are of utmost importance to your business and work. Pick a monitor with Philips Windows Hello™ pop-up webcam technology, such as 272B7QUBHEB or 241B7QUBHEB.

Interested in Philips Monitors with Windows Hello™ Pop-up Webcam?