July 6, 2009
Philips LightFrame LCD uses light therapy to ease eye strain
I know how it feels when you use the computer screen for a long time. Your eyes strain and it starts paining eventually your head starts paining and in the end you are in a total pain. This is the problem with most users who sit in front of the computer for very long works for work or for play. Well looks like that is being solved by Philips. Philips has designed a widescreen LCD display named as the LightFrame with a peripheral lighting system which eases eye strain and also the blues, using a cool halo blue light. This display is not your typical Ambilight televisions and doesn’t change various colors to match those being displayed but they have brought an actual medical practitioner to vouch for the system’s utility against eye fatigue. The 22 inch Philips 220XW9 widescreen LCD monitor is available in piano white featuring Philips SmartImage and a dynamic contrast ratio of 12,000:1.