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Testseek.co.uk have collected 64 expert reviews of the Philips 288P6L and the average rating is 74%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Philips 288P6L.
 
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The editors liked

  • Large 28
  • Inch monitor
  • Better color and viewing angles that typical TN panels
  • Attractive price
  • Conforms to environmentally friendly standards
  • Decent colour gamut
  • Excellent stand supports lots of ergonomic adjustments
  • Good packaging
  • Great tone response after calibration
  • Impressive colour uniformity
  • Out-of-the-box performance is to be commended
  • Decent color accuracy
  • Excellent build quality
  • SmartControl software
  • Easy 60Hz setup over DisplayPort 1.2
  • Better-than-average speakers
  • Good default colour settings (Delta E=2.4)
  • Excellent responsiveness (6 ms on average)
  • Welldesigned
  • Good connectivity

The editors didn't like

  • 60Hz could be slow for gaming
  • Doesn’t support variable refresh technology
  • Mundane styling
  • Reported contrast ratio could be higher
  • “The Philips Brilliance 288P6 is a superb option for someone wanting a 4K monitor at a respectable price. While it’s not most exciting product ever made
  • Middling contrast
  • Higher-than-average input lag
  • Poor contrast (less than 750
  • 1)
  • Input lag too high (58 ms)

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  Published: 2016-11-07, Author: John , review by: eteknix.com

  • Conforms to environmentally friendly standards, Decent colour gamut, Excellent stand supports lots of ergonomic adjustments, Good packaging, Great tone response after calibration, Impressive colour uniformity, Out-of-the-box performance is to be commended
  • Doesn’t support variable refresh technology, Mundane styling, Reported contrast ratio could be higher, “The Philips Brilliance 288P6 is a superb option for someone wanting a 4K monitor at a respectable price. While it’s not most exciting product ever made
  • PricingCurrently, the Philips Brilliance 288P6 is available from Amazon for £379.12 including shipping. While this is a significant sum of money, the price is reasonable for a 28-inch 4K monitor. The only competing model which comes to mind within a simil...

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  Published: 2015-09-02, review by: uk.hardware.info

  • Mid-2015 there is a lot to choose if you want an UHD monitor, but we haven't come as far as to recommend one to everyone looking for a new screen. Prices are too high for this and there are too many point of critique on the monitors. This doesn't mean t...

 
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  Published: 2015-08-03, Author: Chris , review by: ergohacks.com

  • Higher resolution screens are the future.  If you look back at the last 30 years the average resolution of TV's and monitors has gradually and fitfully gone up and up. 4k is likely to be the next big thing but we are not quite there yet for the mass marke...

 
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  Published: 2015-07-20, Author: Andrew , review by: techteamgb.co.uk

  • Great, but could be improved with a bit of work.

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  Published: 2015-06-08, Author: paul_smart , review by: gadgetspeak.com

  • Abstract:  The stand is a circle with a chunk removed at the front so its 27cm deep and 30cm across. It can raise the panel by as little as 4cm from your desk or as much as 19cm with the hydraulic arm. It can of course be rotated by 90 degrees to be used as a landsc...

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  Published: 2015-01-16, Author: Lee , review by: reviewed.com

  • Suffering from an identity crisis As a 28-inch 4K monitor for $799, the 288P6 sounds pretty fancy on paper... but compared to the market in 2015 it just doesn't hold up. It's clear that 4K displays are here to stay, and as such should be taken as seri...

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  Published: 2014-12-02, review by: tomshardware.co.uk

  • Decent color accuracy, excellent build quality, SmartControl software, easy 60Hz setup over DisplayPort 1.2, better-than-average speakers
  • Middling contrast, higher-than-average input lag
  • If the 288P6LJEB used the speedy control board found in Asus' and Planar's monitors, it would be a winner. If you aren't looking for a gaming screen, it gets the job done based on perfectly acceptable color performance and excellent build quality.£438.70...

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  Published: 2014-10-17, Author: James , review by: pcgameware.co.uk

  • I have to admit to being a little disappointed by the Philips 288P6 28″ 4K monitor! Is that down to the fact that it requires so much horsepower to drive it, or is it down to the fact that Philips didn't bring their A game to the table? The answer is a b...

 
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  Published: 2014-09-15, review by: digitalversus.com

  • Good default colour settings (Delta E=2.4), Excellent responsiveness (6 ms on average), Welldesigned, Good connectivity
  • Poor contrast (less than 750:1), Input lag too high (58 ms)
  • The colours are really accurate, but the contrast is poor... The responsiveness is great, but the input lag too high... With a mixed bag of results, the Brilliance 288P6LJEB could be better, it could be worse. In the end, it's only really good enough for ...

 
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  Published: 2014-01-09, Author: Kevin , review by: techradar.com

  • Large 28, inch monitor, Better color and viewing angles that typical TN panels, Attractive price
  • 60Hz could be slow for gaming
  • Philips has put together a great looking monitor that's easy on the eyes and impresses display aficionados such as ourselves. We'll have to reserve our final judgment on the Brilliance 288P until we can do something other than watch a looping demo, but i...

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