NEC PA272W-SV2 27" AH-IPS 2560x1440 Colour Accurate Monitor
The ideal display for all mission critical applications, creative professionals, designers, photographers, CAD-CAM, video-editing, finance, precision engineering, medical imaging, broadcasting and industrial applications (e.g. NDT) and anyone who cares about their visual work. Features • Uncompromising Image Quality – full colour control thanks to 10-bit IPS, Digital Uniformity Control, 14-bit hardware LUT, SpectraView Engine performance and SpectraView II calibration control.
• Instant Real-time Visualisation – with the 3D LUT colour emulation and the picture-in-picture function you can simulate accurately different lighting conditions with varying paper colours.
• Responsible Approach to Environmental Impact – is maintained, without any performance compromise: Ambient Light Sensor, Carbon Footprint Meter / Carbon Savings Meter and efficient cabinet packing design.
• Future-proof Connectivity – as well as easier support of high resolution, 10-bit AH-IPS colour signals is assured with the DisplayPort connector.
• Improved Productivity and Reduced Desk Clutter – through easy multi-platform support and input following USB hub. Picture-by-picture allows two different platforms to be simultaneously viewed. A single mouse and keyboard can be switched to the active operating system.
• Save Time and Increase Personal Productivity – see reality on your screen and see your creative masterpieces precisely as you envisioned them.
|Pitch Size||0.23 mm|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Refresh Rate||50Hz - 85Hz|
|Response Time||6 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/178 (°H/°V)|
|Color Gamut||sRGB over 99%|
|Color Bit Depth||10-Bit (1.07B Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||73 W|
|Dimensions (with stand)||640.4 x 396.2 - 546.2 x 235.5 mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||640.4 x 378.6 x 85 mm (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||12.9 kg|
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