I'm prepared upgrading my LED display (Samsung 24" LED), to a bigger viewing size LCD display, which has been used at least 4 years. I have no specific requirement on display quality because I'm not doing graphic editing. The existing display serves a 8-core AMD PC with 32G RAM onboard.
What I expect to have is with hydraulic height adjustment on the stand. The height adjustment on the said Samsung LED display is NOT smooth compaired to the stand of Philips LED display. I have an old Philip 20" LED display with hydraulic stand for height adjustment which is very smooth on adjusting height.
I found following 2 models of Philip LCD display with LED backlight:-
Philips 27" 273P3LPHEB LED Monitor (16:9,20000000:1,1ms,VGA,DVI,HDMI,USB*3,Spk)
LCD monitor, LED backlight
Philips 27" 273P3QPYEB LED Monitor (16:9,20000000:1,6ms,VGA,DVI,DP,USB*3,Spk)
P-line, 27" / 68.6cm, Full HD AMVA display 273P3QPYEB/69
They are interested to me. (I have no preset budget)
I have no idea of "Full HD AMVA display". On further searching I found;
Philips Brilliance AMVA LCD review
Good picture quality
Actually what is the difference on viewing?
I need HDMI connection but "Philips 27" 273P3QPYEB LED Monitor" without it. It has DP. I suppose DP=DisplayPort. What is it?
Please shed me some light and suggestion on selecting new LCD displayh. TIA