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New Philips Displays For 3D Eye-Candy!

More dimensions = more fun!
by Neps Firmalan | Nov 21, 2012
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Looking to put an additional dimension into your everyday computing sprees? Heto ang sa'yo! Philips has just unleashed a platoon of new displays, including a couple that certainly stand out from the crowd. Why so? They boast 3D eye-candy goodness!

Philips G-line 236G

First off, we have the 236G, a monitor that packs Full HD technology on top of it being 3D. It also comes with LED backlighting, which improves the whole viewing experience. You want to enjoy HD movies and games? No problem! Just connect your console or Blu-ray player via the HDMI port. The best part? The 236G comes with 2D to 3D conversion so you can turn ordinary videos into something, um, extraordinary. Throw in the packaged flicker-free 3D glasses and kumpletos rekados na!

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Philips Gioco

If you're looking for something more well-endowed and are willing to shell out more cash, the Gioco might be right up your alley. Yes, it comes with 3D capability, plus the so-called Ambiglow feature. We particularly like this one because it adds pizzaz to the whole deal. It's simple: Ambiglow adds a halo of light that projects out the back of the display. The colors produced match the main visuals currently displayed. For example, if you're viewing, say, a Natgeo docu on forests, Ambiglow will emit green light.

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Aside from 3D and Ambiglow, the Gioco also packs IPS tech for more viewing angles, as well as USB 3.0 connectivity, 2D to 3D conversion, and HDMI ports. It looks really good, too, with its slim profile and narrow bezel which puts more real-estate and focus to the display itself.

Pricing and availability

Both the 236G and Gioco will land on local store shelves within the month with price tags of P15,499 and P24,899, respectively. Damn, just imagine viewing our babe videos with these 3D bad boys...

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