Philips 288E2A – 28 Inch 4K Monitor,60Hz, 4ms, IPS, AMD Freesync, Speakers, Flickerfree, Smart Image (3840 x 2160 , 300 cd/m², HDMI/DP)


  • Cable management is an intimate design that maintains a tidy workspace by organising the cables and wires required for the operation of a display device.
  • The discreetly placed EasySelect Menu Toggle Key allows you to make quick and easy adjustments to monitor settings in the On-Screen Display menu.
  • IPS displays use an advanced technology that gives you extra-wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle. Unlike standard TN panels, IPS displays give you remarkably crisp images with vivid colours, making them ideal not only for Photos, movies and web browsing, but also for professional applications that demand colour accuracy and consistent brightness at all times.
  • SmartContrast is a Philips technology that analyses the contents you are displaying, automatically adjusting colours and controlling backlight intensity to dynamically enhance contrast for the best digital images and videos or when playing games where dark hues are displayed. When Economy mode is selected, contrast is adjusted and backlighting fine-tuned for just-right display of everyday office applications and lower power consumption.
  • This display delivers outstanding colour depth with 1.07 billion colours and the finest gradation for recreating smooth, precise and vivid images. Enjoy accurate and true-to-life visuals whether gaming, watching videos or working on colour-critical work with graphics applications.
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  1. 08

    by Gadgethead

    I use this as a monitor for my desktop PC and also use a NOW tv stick as well. Great crisp image for the PC and excellent picture when using the NOW tv. The big disappointment were the built in speakers, I’ve used the headphone socket into my powered speakers, much better. Not a big issue but there is only one hmdi input, these two things is why it gets a 4 rather than a full 5 stars. Would still recommend as picture/image is great and out weighs the minor issues.

  2. 08

    by Dave Page

    Such good colours, and the size for the resolution is perfect. If the stand could adjust the height it’d be perfect. Instead I’ve just propped it on a couple books.

  3. 08

    by Richard A. Smith

    Good quality screen, no dead pixels and mounts to a post no problem. The only issue I have is that each time I turn it on it’ll “black out” for around 3-4 seconds at some random period after switch on. So I’ll be working away and suddenly a black screen for those few seconds, then it back to normal and OK for the rest of the session. A little annoying, but not a showstopper for me.
    This is using a Mac.

  4. 08

    by halley

    This monitor is excellent, whilst the bezel is quite small, there is a 4mm inch area on the sides/top which is “black” and no image is displayed. In comparison with other monitors, given the price, and overall dimensions, it did not bother me at all.
    The speakers are small, and therefore barely better than the ones on a laptop, again, enough to watch a YouTube video, etc. Also, take into consideration that the overall thickness of the monitor is.
    The PIP / input split is a feature which I could not master(but not really tried too much), It seems that only works with ONE HDMI and ONE Display port, it does not support using each “picture” from a different HDMI source. (But again, could be something I’m doing wrong, as don’t really use that feature, I consider it irrelevant)

    Overall, I replaced a a 15 year old 24 in Dell, with this monitor, and it sits on my desk further back, it’s barely larger(while the screen is huge, and much better quality)

    It does what it says on the tin, excellent value for money!

  5. 08

    by Jamie Carson

    Purchased for my gaming setup and it looks amazing. Nice crisp, clear and bright picture that makes the image on screen pop. Seriously would recommend.

  6. 08

    by Mazeweb

    Amazing picture, bright crisp and gorgeous. As you can see in the photo, the Philips screen is as bright and crisp as the 2020 M1 MacBook Air Retina screen. Very impressive indeed!

    Built in speakers are extremely poor though. I bought the monitor for the picture quality, so I am extremely pleased with it. I use external speakers so the internal speakers will never get used anyway

  7. 08

    by ZS

    I bought this monitor after shortlisting this monitor and a Samsung 32″ monitor. The reviews for the Samsung 32″ said the Samsung monitor slanted to the left and has a power button on the back that is fiddly to use, as well as if you temporarily want to power the monitor off, when you power it back on again, all of your opened files appear on your primary screen, so you have to re-move them all to the Samsung monitor. Well, guess what, upon buying this Philips monitor, it has exactly the same issues as described for the Samsung one. I’m reckoning that both monitors have to be made in the same factory for the issues to be identical. Apart from the issues, this monitor does have great brightness.

  8. 08

    by Sony Victim

    I am very happy with this Monitor, it is wide (I can have a Spreadsheet and a Document visible side-by-side at the same time) and legible.

    I can’t really comment on the speakers, they certainly aren’t HiFi but they seem perfectly adequate.

    As it happens, despite the stand being perfectly adequate, I bought a separate arm (Amazon Basics Single Monitor Stand) which allows me to angle and pivot the screen (handy for long winded, boring documents); this arm is not as steady as I would have liked but it suffices.

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