Philips have also provided us with two of their models: one the 246E7QDSW from 2015 and the other - 245C7QJSB from earlier this year. The older model is available for around 140 pounds / 140 euros and the newer one is clearly more expensive at 180 pounds / 180 euros.
The 246E7QDSW stands on a metal foot which is bent towards the front. Both the thin bezels and the back panel of this PLS panel are white. At the back we also find the four screws for the vesa mount along with the hdmi, dvi, vga, audio and power plug points. Also here, the cables are pointing out towards the back. On the left (for the viewer) corner, there is a small joystick for on screen menu controls.
This screen has a larger than usual colour range, which gives it a very good sRGB coverage of 98%. Philips have also seen to calibrating it well, which is apparent from the colour deviation which at 2,47 is under (the visible for the naked eye) 3 points. It is the same for the greyscale score of 2,8. The colour temperature of 6369 K is very good and in the sRGB mode you get even better results however to the compromise of very high brightness. The contrast is the lowest in the test at 862:1 it works, but the impact on the uniformity of black is visible.
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