Published on 23rd February 2017 by
The 245C7QJSB offers a decent enough amount of tilt (-5° to 20°), but all other adjustments including height are off the cards, so it's on you to ensure your desk or monitor stand lets the monitor rest at a suitable height for your eyes. Wall mounting is also not an option; the stand is fixed to the back of the monitor and there are no VESA mounting points.
Originally Posted by Dogbert666With a 5.2mm thick IPS panel and 2.5mm bezels, this is one sleek and sexy monitor.
in-panel black matrix border hits just 9mm
Originally Posted by Guinevere
So this display actually has 11.5mm bezels, which even compared to other Phillips displays isn't good.
Originally Posted by Gareth HalfacreeAnyone buying this display in the hopes of near-seamless multi-monitor gaming is going to be very, very disappointed. You can pick up the 24" Dell Ultrasharp U2414H for £220 and that has a border just 6.05mm thick on the top and sides (though thicker at the bottom) and you can VESA mount it.
Originally Posted by Gareth HalfacreeYou speak the truth. You can actually see the dead space between the panel and the plastic surround in the last image on the first page
Originally Posted by XirYes, a picture with the monitor ON would have clarified this easily :D
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