Philips adds world's first quantum-dot monitor to its range

Philips has released the world's first quantum-dot monitor, claiming 99% Adobe RGB colors at mainstream monitor price point.

Published Thu, Jun 4 2015 6:35 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:06 PM CST

Launched in China yesterday as a partnership between MMD (Philips monitors) and QD Vision, the world's first quantum dot monitor has been born.

Philips adds world's first quantum-dot monitor to its range |

This 27" Philips Full HD monitor is called the 276E6ADS and boasts 99% Adobe RGB color, thus being marketed for gamers, photography and design enthusiasts alike.

On display at a booth number 1025 at SID Display Week, the Color IQ quantum dot design sets out to produce a high quality display "at a price of mainstream desktop monitors" as pointed out in a recent press release.

Touch Display Research says that 51% of monitors will adopt this new technology by 2025 and Philips is happy to be the first.

Expect this monitor to hit the global market before the end of June and it has been made immediately available in China.

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