NEC intros 24-inch P241W e-IPS panel LCD monitor

NEC Display Solutions today debuts the new MultiSync P Series monitors, which promises reliable, accurate screen performance at a budget-friendly price. The first monitor in the line is the new MultiSync P241W desktop monitor which has e-IPS panel with 1920 x 1200 native resolution,  a 1000:1 typical contrast ratio, a maximum brightness of 360 cd/m², 178° /178° viewing angles and 8ms response time (G to G).

The P241W is capable to reproduces 96.7% wide color gamut of the Adobe RGB color space and 71.4% of NTSC. The monitor supports internal programmable 14-bit 3D lookup tables (LUTs) for calibration, offers five programmable Picture Mode profiles for quick access to multiple color spaces, and connectivity options include, VGA, two DVI-D inputs and DisplayPort. It also has integrated USB hub with DisplaySync Pro, allowing to control two computers with only one keyboard and mouse.

NEC P241W-BK Monitor

NEC’s P241W also has ambient light sensor, Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture capabilities and four-way ergonomic and quick-release stand which allows tilt, swivel, pivot and 150mm height adjustment. The company also offers and the P241W-BK-SV variant which features hardware color calibration using the NEC SpectraView kit. The monitor is backed by four year warranty with 48-hour Advanced Exchange, and will be available for September for $749, while the P241W-BK-SV with SpectraViewII color calibration sensor for $1249.


Source: NEC

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