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The Philips 248X3 is a 23.6-inch monitor with a 2 ms, Full HD, TN screen. One rather original thing about this model is that it uses Philips' LightFrame 2 technology, which apparently reduces the eye fatigue associated with prolonged use of an LCD screen. So what progress has been made in the three years since Philips released the 220X1, its first monitor to use this technology? On first contact, the 248X3 feels like a robust, well-made and well-finished product with its aluminium and plastic stand. That, however, doesn't necessarily mean there aren't any design issues, as the stand has no swivel or height-adjustment features, so the screen can only be tilted by a few degrees. But although hardware features are kept to a real minimum (a headphones socket), video connections save the day with two HDMI entries and a VGA input. As we mentioned above, this monitor uses LightFrame 2 technology. Seeing as we're not expert eye doctors, it was difficult for us to quantifiably test whether the blue lighting on the bezel actually had any real impact on eye strain, eye fatigue and concentration, as claimed by Philips. However, we did find that not everyone likes this light effect. When we tried this LightFrame monitor out on various guinea pigs in our office, we found that people either liked it and found it attractive or hated it.
By DigitalVersus, published 06-04-2012
The Philips 248X3lfh monitor's LightFrame function apparently reduces eye strain and visual fatigue so you can keep on reading DigitalVersus all day long! Philips Brillance 248X3lfh The Philips 248X3 is...