With studies indicating that over 80 percent of users experience pain and fatigue after being in front of the computer for a whole day, Philips’ ErgoSensor addresses these challenges.
Like the other monitors in the series, the new 24-inch ErgoSensor P line display features a height adjustable, swivel and tiltable base, enabling users to adjust the height and angle of the display to precisely the right level – which reduces the likelihood of eye fatigue and neck pain. The display’s AMVA LED technology delivers wide-view super-high contrast, with vivid images.
It can also detect the position of the user’s face and head angle, measure the distance between the user’s eyes and the monitor, and suggest how users can adjust their posture or correct their distance from the screen. It also tracks the time spent at the screen and reminds people when they’re due for a break.