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Philips 273G 3D monitor
Philips presents 273G - 27-inch 3D monitor

25 Nov 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Philips has an announced their first 3D Max monitor called 273G. The monitor also incorporates Full HD resolution, 2xHDMI 1.4 and Edge LED.

Philips 273G

Philips has announced a new 27-inch monitor with Philips’ 3D Max system, which refers to active 3D technology with shutter glasses.

Philips 27 inch 273G with 3D
Philips 27” 273G with 3D


The monitor supports 3D inputs through one of the two HDMI inputs on the back that also serve as inputs for PCs. The monitor also offers a D-SUB (VGA) input for PC connectivity.

273G has a TN panel with Edge LED, a 1920x1080 pixel resolution, and a 2 ms (g2g) response time. Philips also boasts a 2D-to-3D function.

Philips 27 inch 273G with 3D
Philips 27” 273G with 3D


27-inch Philips 273G will be available in January 2012 for 499 Euro. A pair of active 3D glasses is included in the box. See the full specifications list here



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