ProLite XB2783HSU - a 27” LED backlit LCD Screen featuring AMVA+ panel technology, guarantees accurate and consistent colour reproduction with wide viewing angles. Offering 24 bit ‘True Colour’ and great performance for displaying Black and White with the 3000:1 Native Contrast Ratio, means that the Prolite XB2783HSU will provide excellent performance for Photographic, Design and Web-design. The monitor features a height adjustable stand with PIVOT function making it also an excellent choice for Universities, Corporate and Financial Markets.
AMVA+ Panel technology offers 24 bit ‘True Colour’ performance and amazing viewing angles.
HAS + PIVOT
With a height adjustable stand you will create an ergonomic work posture and position that meets all health and safety requirements. This will not only prevent any health issues but will also increase your productivity. The pivot function allows the screen to rotate from landscape to portrait orientation. This functionality can be useful if the application requires more height than width. Features Display Characteristics
Diagonal: 27"; 68.6cm
Aspect ratio: 16 : 9
Panel: AMVA+ LED, matte finish
Native resolution: Full HD 1080p, 1920 x 1080 (2.1 megapixel)
Brightness: 300 cd/m² typical
Contrast: 3000 : 1 typical
Contrast: 12 000 000 : 1 ACR
Response time: 4ms
Viewing zone: horizontal/vertical: 178°/ 178°; right/left: 89°/ 89°; up/down: 89°/ 89°
Display colour: 16.7 million
Blue light reducer: yes
Flicker Free LED: yes
Display area h x w: 335.66 x 596.74 mm; 13.2" x 23.5"
Pixel pitch h x v: 0.311 x 0.311 mm
Horizontal sync: 30 - 80kHz
Vertical sync: 55 - 75Hz
Synchronization: Separate sync
Interfaces & Connectors
Analog input connector: VGA
Digital input connector: DVI-D, DisplayPort
USB hub: UP 1 x USB 2.0 / DOWN 2 x USB 2.0 down; up / Revision
Apple - Mac: All iiyama monitors are compatible with Apple-Macintosh computers.
Plug & Play: VESA DDC2B™
Controls: Via OSD in 10 languages (EN, DE, FR, ES, IT, PL, NL, Chinese, RU, JP) and 6 front controls (Power, Menu/ Select, Scroll up/ Volume, Scroll down/ ECO, Exit, Auto)
User controls: auto adjust, luminance (brightness, contrast), geometry (H. position, V. position, clock, phase), colour, OSD (H. position, V. position, timeout), language, recall, miscellaneous (sharpness, DDC/CI, display information, ACR, display mode, OD, opening logo), input select, audio adjust (volume, mute, DP audio), blue light reducer
Speakers: 2 x 1 W (Stereo)
Anti-theft-device: Kensington-lock™ prepared
Ergonomics: TCO, CE, TÜV-GS, VCCI-B, PSE, CU
Height adjustable stand: Yes
Height adjustment: 130mm
Rotation (pivot function): 90°
Swivel Stand: 90°; 45° left; 45° right
Tilt angle: 22° up; 5° down
VESA mounting: 100 x 100 mm
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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