Looks really nice, no built in speakers unfortunately like I was hoping for (I thought this model had speakers like the "Philips 276E9QJAB" Version) however it does have a HDMI audio out which you can connect your own speakers to, or just plug headphones directly into it.
CCL product page reports it having a Displayport but I think they have taken the specifications from the "Philips 276E9QJAB" as that model does have the Displayport input but this model, the "Philips 276E9QDSB" does not. There is only HDMI, DVI, and VGA.
Unfortunate about the lack of speakers and the errors in the specification stating it has things that it doesn't. Not enough of a deal breaker for me to bother trying to return it so I am still happy with my purchase but would have bought the other version had I been aware.
Despite that it's still a good monitor, the image is good and while the screen has a small 5mm gap around the two sides and top where there is no image (so, the bezels are not as thin as the pictures suggest) it is unnoticeable. Colours look nice, it has AMD freesync which is nice. Controls are physical but it's a pivoting stick instead. Odd at first but very easy to get used to.
Came with a HDMI cable which is a nice change.