NEC launches 4K monitor

NEC Europe has announced a new 4K Ultra High Definition monitor, the MultiSync PA322UHD. This is a 32ins monitor that delivers resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels as well as accurate, consistent and controlled colours that remain constant from different viewing angles.

It uses a 10-bit IPS-type LCD panel with IGZO technology and W-LED backlight and NEC claims a wide gamut colour space covering 99% of AdobeRGB, 14-bit programmable LUT, 3D LUT and uniformity control. It comes with NEC’s Colour Calibration software, SpectraView II, here making its debut in the European market.

It has eight inputs including two DisplayPort, two DVI-D and four HDMI ports. It can easily show simultaneous inputs from up to four different video inputs in a variety of configurations. The display also features built-in speakers and two USB 3.0 upstream and three downstream ports, obviating the need for a separate hub.

It’s aimed at designers and photographers as well as precision engineering, medical imaging and industrial applications.

Christopher Parker, Product Line Manager Desktop Displays at NEC Display Solutions Europe, commented: “It brings not just improved visual quality, but better colours,  more screen ‘real estate’ and more imaging confidence.” It should be available later this month, and will presumably shortly be followed by new 24ins and 27ins versions.







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