Product Comparison: Philips BDM4350UC vs Philips BDM4065UC
- This is a 43 inch 4K monitor. The screen certainly is amazing.
- For 4k content from Netflix and such, this monitor is a sight to be seen. It's unbelievably gorgeous at full screen.
- Pure 4K glory with not a single dead pixel (that I can see) and no issues with screen burn.
- Just brilliant - all on one screen - no more switching. Combined with Windows 10 multi desktops, just awesome!
- Ghosting is a real problem for this monitor. Finding that when windows were closed it would leave a significant ghost image behind.
- Very large 40" clear bright screen (took me a couple of days to get use to the sheer size), but this is awesome.
- Great Phillips 40 inch 4K monitor with a VA screen and displayport 1.2 connection.
- The resolution is absolutely beautiful at 4K, all games render perfectly also without any scaling issues.
- 4k gaming is just awesome on it and I've been replaying a lot of game because they just look so much better.
- Blu ray and 4k video look fantastic on this 40" monitor.
- Colours are vibrant, punchy, blacks are deep. It does suffer some ghosting, but no more than any other non-gaming monitor.
- The colours are warm and realistic, and fonts look great too.
- IPS uniformity - it's much better than non IPS screens.
- Really large computer display with pin sharp rendering.
- With this IPS panel there a problems with angled view.
- The text is definitely sharp and I've run a 4k demo and looks very crisp in terms of the display.
- My pictures looks incredible on this display,so big and sharp.
- This monitor is absolutely beautiful. Beautiful colours, fantastic blacks and playing games at 4k is completely out of this world.
- The panel is of VA type with ocean deep blacks and TN-destroying color gamut.
- The color gamut is nothing compared to an IPS panel.
- I don't know if this is the technology or not, but this display does not get particularly warm. Especially given its size.
- Obviously, for gaming, it's amazing. I mean, seriously amazing.
- Built in loudspeakers are a good bonus. Great for the night when you don't want to wake others up with the bass as there is none.
- Menus - really easy to use and navigate, even though not ideal, but compared to other products, really good.
- The little joystick on the lower right hand rear edge of the monitor that controls all functions is not intuitive to use.
- Having two web browsers side by side works like a charm.
- The stand is made entirely of metal and adds a good dollop of class and minimalism to the already great design.
- Using it for games on my PS4 and Xbox One and it works completely flawlessly.
- The power connecter sticks out at the back (see pic) which is annoying if you want to mount this on a wall.
- The down side to this monitor is the stand, there are no adjustable elements to it.
- My previous monitors have a lack of connection cables and ports. This is really full of this.
- It has better connections (4K 60hz on both HDMI and display ports), comparing to that very expensive Dell P4317Q.
- Lot of ports so I can have the PC attached to it (graphics card) as well as a standalone blu ray player.
- The built in USB3 hub is handy, and it has a range of ports - two display ports and two hdmi (including one 2.0a).
- Nice that have USB ports at the back - maybe useful one day.
- I've played bf4 on pc and street fighter 4 on PS3 through hdmi and haven't noticed any lag.
- Setup was fairly straightforward. Monitor have a lot of connections.
- The display supports a multitude of port which includes a displayport 1.2 connection that can drive a 3840 x 2160 resolution at 60FPS
- Sometimes the monitor loses its 60hertz over display 1.2 setting and i need to reset the computer.
- The USB 3.0 sockets are at the back of the monitor, making it a little difficult to get to them.