Philips Introduces New C-Line Windows 8 Touch Monitors

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Along with the Philips G-line 144Hz Gaming Display, Philips rolled out its next line of high quality monitors – the C-line Windows 8 Touch Monitor. The new displays are made to suit the touch-centric nature of Windows 8, and features P-Cap (Projected Capacitative) Touch supporting 10-point multitouch technology.

The C-line display boasts a 23-inch IPS panel with LED backlights and a 20,000,000:1 SmartContrast ratio for consistent colour and standout image quality.

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The touch monitor comes with HDMI input, Display Port and MHL connectivity options. MHL allows users to connect to a smartphone or tablet, and also charges the device when connected.

It is conveniently integrated with 2x USB 3.0 ports and a HD webcam with mic. Additionally, a pair of 2W speakers come built-in.

Specs at a glance

  • SmoothTouch display
  • Edge-to-edge glass
  • 23-inch IPS LED backlit display
  • 10-point multitouch
  • 16:9 aspect ration
  • 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz
  • 14ms response time
  • 5ms SmartResponse (gray to gray)
  • 1000:1 Contrast ration (typical)
  • Built-in HD webcam and mic
  • MHL connectivity
  • 2x 2W RMS speakers
  • 2x USB 3.0 ports
  • SmartStand design
  • SmartConnect with DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA connections
  • VESA mount

Pricing and availability
The Philips C-line Windows 8 Touch Monitor (model 231C5TJKFU) is priced at RM1,699 (SRP) and will be available in Malaysia starting January 2014 through MMD partners.

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