NEC's 24” PA243W is aimed at professionals, with a 16:10 aspect ratio, along with sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3 color, all certified by a factory calibration.
Curved ultra-wide monitors are more frequently seen in gaming systems, but they are appearing on enterprise desktops, too. Today, we’re looking at NEC’s EX341R.
For users lamenting the scarcity of 16:10 screens, NEC is supporting the format with its excellent new 30-inch PA302W. This premium display has a gorgeous wide-gamut IPS panel and a factory-certified calibration for both Adobe RGB and sRGB gamuts.
16:10 is an uncommon aspect ratio these days but NEC has introduced an excellent new 30-inch screen – the EA305WMi. It sports a wide gamut with a GB-r-LED backlight driving an AH-IPS panel. We’re checking it out today.
NEC adds to its Ultra HD offerings with a 27-inch IPS model, the EA275UHD. Solid build quality and performance mark this enterprise-ready display.
We haven’t seen any new IGZO UHD panels for a while, but NEC surprised us with its PA322UHD. Priced at the level of a precision instrument, it promises accuracy with a factory calibration. Today we test it in our labs.
Users seeking maximum pixel density need look no further than a 24-inch Ultra HD screen. We recently looked at Dell’s UP2414Q. Today we’re testing NEC’s EA244UHD. It’s part of the company's business-class line but offers much more than its stablemates.
We’ve reviewed a lot of professional-class monitors, NEC's PA272W may be the most accurate and capable one ever to hit the Tom's Hardware lab. At almost $1300, it’s expensive for a 27-inch QHD screen. But there are features here you won’t find elsewhere.
Last month, we reviewed AOC’s Q2963PM ultra-wide monitor at 2560x1080. Based on the same LG panel, NEC brings us its EA294WMi. Selling for almost twice as much, does this screen offer two times the performance and features? Our tests give you the answer.
The NEC MultiSync EA193Mi features a "premium-grade AH-IPS panel" with a native resolution of 1280 x 1024.
The NEC MultiSync EA234WMi features a 23-inch AH-IPS display with full HD resolution, LED backlighting, and the "highest levels of environmental certifications."
This phone is headed to Japan, but its innovative design could cause ODMs to rethink their smartphone layouts.
Fujitsu, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) and NEC announced that they created a joint research effort to develop the world's "top-level, 400 Gbps/channel-class digital coherent optical transmissions technology".
NEC says it may have found a way to provide much higher density in lithium-ion batteries, which could, for example, substantially increase the range of electric cars.