A curved Ul­traWide LCD dis­play!

Use your Mac like never be­fore with the 349X7FJEW curved dis­play from Philips! We’ve got one to give away to a lucky win­ner, so en­ter now to make sure it’s you!

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This month’s prize is not just any old mon­i­tor – it’s a stun­ning 34-inch

curved dis­play. If you’ve never used a curved screen be­fore, you’ll be blown away when you sit down in front of one of th­ese beau­ties.

We re­viewed the Philips 349X7FJEW in MF316 and re­ally were taken aback by the di­men­sions of the dis­play – our re­viewer de­scribed its amaz­ing size as “freak­ishly wide!” Stand­ing at a full 81cm (3ft) wide and with a 3440x1440 res­o­lu­tion, it’s got a huge amount of screen space for all your apps and files.

Why go for a curved dis­play? At this size, a large flat mon­i­tor might suf­fer from shifts in colour be­cause its width means you’ll be view­ing some por­tions of the screen from an an­gle. But if the screen is curved, it’s all di­rectly fac­ing you, mak­ing for fan­tas­tic im­age qual­ity at every view­ing an­gle.

It comes with a good se­lec­tion of ports, in­clud­ing four USB 3.0 ports, two HDMI ports (one of which is HDMI 2.0), plus one Dis­playPort. Even its speak­ers are ex­cel­lent for a mon­i­tor – some­thing you don’t see very of­ten.

So whether you want to use this as a sec­ondary dis­play or as your main mon­i­tor hooked up to your Mac, we know you’ll love us­ing it.

The Ques­tion We’ve got one Philips 349X7FJEW dis­play to give away. For your chance to win, sim­ply an­swer this ques­tion:

In cen­time­tres, how wide is the Philips 349X7FJEW dis­play? A) 65cm B) 74cm C) 81cm For more in­for­ma­tion about the curved 349X7FJEW dis­play and Philips’ full range of other mon­i­tors, smart home tech­nol­ogy and other prod­ucts, head over to philips.co.uk.

Pri ze WORTH £ 759

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