Philips has expanded its product range with a 32-inch BDM3275UP monitor with a resolution of 4K (UHD). The display received a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The pixel density in this model is four times higher than that of Full HD monitors (1920 x 1080). The BDM3275UP monitor provides a picture with a color depth of 10 bits and natural color reproduction without sharp transitions. The monitor is based on an IPS-AHVA panel, providing a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees, so the image quality will not depend on the user’s position. In addition, Philips anti-flicker technology adjusts brightness and reduces eye strain. The manufacturer also promises a maximum brightness of 350 cd / m², a contrast ratio of 1000: 1 and a response time of 4 ms. The device has a Display Port connector, an MHL port for playing mobile content and parallel charging of gadgets, as well as universal HDMI and USB 3.0 interfaces. The display can work in MultiView mode and broadcast video from two sources (such as a PC and laptop) in different parts of the screen. Philips BDM3275UP is equipped with an ergonomic Smart ErgoBase stand, which adjusts the rotation, height and angle of the display. Also, the stand allows you to carefully route the cables to clean up the table. Worldwide sales of the new 32-inch Philips monitor with 4K resolution will start in July 2015. The price of the model in Russia is tentatively expected at the level of 66,999 rubles.