Philips 16B1P3302D arrives as new portable monitor sporting twin USB Type-C ports
Philips has launched the Philips 16B1P3302D, a portable monitor that comes with a dual USB Type-C port. According to the company, the Philips 16B1P3302D can accept up to 90 W inputs while powering connected devices at 65 W via the USB Power Delivery protocol. Although its name implies a 16-inch display, Philips has equipped the Philips 16B1P3302D with a 15.6-inch panel that has a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Specifically, the portable monitor utilises an IPS panel that outputs at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels with a 141 PPI and a 75 Hz refresh rate. Philips adds that the Philips 16B1P3302D delivers 250 nits peak brightness, a 700:1 contrast ratio and 4 ms response times (GtG). For reference, the portable monitor only covers 46% and 64% of the NTSC and sRGB colour spaces, respectively.
Additionally, the Philips 16B1P3302D features LowBlue and EasyRead modes to minimise eye strain. Elsewhere, both USB Type-C ports support DisplayPort Alt Mode and Power Delivery. The Philips 16B1P3302D has a 3.5 mm jack, a power button and volume buttons too but no other I/O like a USB Type-A port or a dedicated video input. Philips will begin selling the Philips 16B1P3302D later this month for £239.99.