Philips reveals its new range of monitors

August 1, 2019 • Features, Gadgets and Gaming

Philips reveals its new range of monitors

The new B2B Touch Monitors designed to meet the needs of retail, point of sale and point of information.

On Wednesday, 31 July 2019, Middle Eastern partner of Philips Monitors, MDD, announced the launch of their new B9 series of B2B Touch Monitors. 

The range consists of two models; 222B9T and 242B9T with 1920×1080 resolution and Projected-Capacitive (P-Cap) touch — supporting up to 10 points in addition to advanced IP54 protection against water and dust.

These screens are said to provide users with the flexibility of choosing their preferred angle for greater ergonomic comfort. The feature-rich monitors are an ideal solution for sectors such as retail, point of sale (POS), point of information (POI). These monitors also feature an array of connectivity options including VGA, HDMI and DVI.

Key features and highlights

The monitors are equipped with dust and water protection — the first digit indicates the level of protection that the enclosure provides against access to hazardous parts (e.g. electrical conductors, moving parts) and the invasion of foreign objects (e.g. dust). The second digit indicates the liquid-protection of the equipment inside the enclosure, this is to safeguard the device from harmful infiltration of water.

Each monitor has a unique stand design vertical screen — this gives the user the choice to experiment with touch angle adjustments in order to have a smooth and comfortable experience.

All monitors are equipped with a diverse range of connectivity options — B9 Monitors enables the use of DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA connections. The monitors all make use of built-in speakers. 


The Philips B9 series of monitors will be available from MMD partners throughout the Middle East region. The end-user price for Philips 222B9T is $218, while the Philips 242B9T is priced at $300. 

Edited by Jenna Cook

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