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NEC Reveals 27-inch GB-R LED Backlit Monitor

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NEC is launching its new GB-R LED powered monitor, which covers a staggering 99.3 percent of the Adobe RGB color space.

NEC has announced its new PA272W monitor, which is an IPS monitor with GB-R backlighting and a 27" diagonal. While the IPS part of the screen may be noteworthy, its GB-R backlighting is the interesting part.

It is commonly known that while LED backlighting may be a lot more power-efficient, there are those among us who also know that despite that, standard LED backlighting actually gives a narrower color gamut than traditional CCFL lighting. GB-R LEDs should fix this problem. As such, the display covers 99.3 percent of the Adobe RGB color space, as well as 100 percent of the sRGB color space.

"The PA272W gives professionals in color-critical jobs a great tool to improve their workflow and achieve more daily successes," said Art Marshall, Product Manager of Professional and Medical Desktop Monitors at NEC Display Solutions. "In addition, the factory calibration can now be updated using an external sensor for those users who have SpectraViewII, for even more effective color control."

Beyond the interesting GB-R LED technology, the NEC PA272W features a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, as well as 350 cd/m² of brightness, and a 1000:1 static contrast ratio.

NEC will start shipping the monitor throughout this month; they will cost between $1,429.00 and $1,704.00. NEC also accompanies the monitors with a four year warranty.

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    tmt79 , October 13, 2013 3:25 AM
    But... will it have some sort of a polarizer?? Or a 99% AdobeRGB worth of glow?..
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    oyoy , October 13, 2013 4:59 AM

    $1,549.00 USD
    http://www.necdisplay.com/p/desktop-monitors/pa272w-bk-sv
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    SaffronBlaze , October 13, 2013 7:02 AM
    Dell's 27 inch Ultrasharp is half the price and looks stunning.
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    Sid Jeong , October 13, 2013 9:31 AM
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    Dell's 27 inch Ultrasharp is half the price and looks stunning.


    It's one of top of the line product for professional. It isn't most cost effective choice(just like every high-end stuff), but to established studio/professionals, 15 grand doesn't mean much considering they make profit out of this monitor anyway - unlike other high-end stuffs, say, Titan which is mostly for gaming.
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    segio526 , October 13, 2013 9:54 AM
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    But... will it have some sort of a polarizer?? Or a 99% AdobeRGB worth of glow?..


    No, they're making an almost $1,600 monitor for professionals that will be useless for professionals. What other questions do you have? Will this monitor have any inputs? Does the power button turn it off AND on? Will it overscan the image?
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    loosescrews , October 13, 2013 10:50 AM
    The Dell U2713H has the same panel and backlight.
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    tmt79 , October 13, 2013 1:02 PM
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    But... will it have some sort of a polarizer?? Or a 99% AdobeRGB worth of glow?..


    No, they're making an almost $1,600 monitor for professionals that will be useless for professionals. What other questions do you have? Will this monitor have any inputs? Does the power button turn it off AND on? Will it overscan the image?


    :) .. e.g. Eizo CX240=almost no IPS glow. I'd like NEC to behave like that for its money. Just that, Sir ;) 
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    segio526 , October 13, 2013 2:03 PM
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    But... will it have some sort of a polarizer?? Or a 99% AdobeRGB worth of glow?..


    No, they're making an almost $1,600 monitor for professionals that will be useless for professionals. What other questions do you have? Will this monitor have any inputs? Does the power button turn it off AND on? Will it overscan the image?


    :) .. e.g. Eizo CX240=almost no IPS glow. I'd like NEC to behave like that for its money. Just that, Sir ;) 

    Whoa, just read up the CX240. OK, you have a very valid point. My apologies for the previous remark!
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    rwinches , October 13, 2013 6:53 PM
    Here is a good background primer, plus a look at QDEF (Quantum Dot Enhancement Film) tech.
    http://pcmonitors.info/articles/the-evolution-of-led-backlights
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    soldier44 , October 14, 2013 6:01 AM
    Why when you can get a 30 inch 2560 x 1600 ips display $1100. . .