NEC Develops MultiSync PA271Q 27" Display for Color-Critical Work

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Photographers, video editors, and designers all know the importance of color-accurate displays. NEC does, as well, and that is why it has developed the MultiSync PA271Q 27" Display. Optimized for color-critical work, the MultiSync PA271Q 27" Display features a wide-gamut W-LED backlight and 27" IPS LCD panel that will cover 98.5% of the Adobe RGB color space and 81.1% of Rec. 2020. It also features native 10-bit support and a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440.

NEC PA271Q-BK 27" 16:9 Color-Critical IPS Monitor

Taking things a step further, the MultiSync PA271Q 27" Display features the SpectraView Engine for advanced color management. This setup uses MultiProfiler software and on-screen controls for rapid access to different gamuts, brightness, white point, and other settings. Also, internal 14-bit 3D LUTs ensure the utmost in accuracy in any chosen color space, while a custom color processor, an always-on backlight sensor, and a low-latency mode for video editing complete the package for creative professionals. Other functions include Picture-in-Picture, Picture-by-Picture, and ICC support.

In terms of general use and handling, the MultiSync PA271Q 27" Display features a 178° viewing angle, 5.9" of height adjustment, tilt, swivel, and rotation. Also, it has DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, two HDMI, and USB Type-C with 30W of power delivery, a three-port KVM switch, and a standard USB hub for accessories. The USB hub includes a feature called DisplaySync Pro, which is built in. There is even a human sensor to conserve power when not in use.

Users who want to ensure that their monitor is accurate and calibrated can pick up a bundle where the monitor comes with SpectraViewII software and a colorimeter for taking measurements and creating profiles. Additionally, the display features a four-year, 48-hour exchange warranty.

NEC PA271Q-BK-SV 27" 16:9 Color-Critical IPS Monitor with SpectraView II Color Calibration

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