NEC announced 23-inch MultiSync PA231W LCD Monitor

NEC extends its PA series of professional class displays with the 23-inch MultiSync PA231W Monitor. The new professional desktop monitor feature IPS technology and is designed for creative professionals, semi-medical, precision engineering and demanding corporate office applications.


The PA231W has IPS TFT panel with 1920 x 1080 resolution, pixel pitch of 0.265 mm and 178 horizontal / 178 vertical viewing angle, has contrast ratio of  1000:1, brightness 270 cd/m², 8ms  (grey-to-grey) response time and offers wide gamut spectrum of  75% AdobeRGB. The monitor features include picture-in-picture function, Digital Uniformity Control (ColorComp), that  automatically regulates the evenness of the brightness and colour distribution, thereby guaranteeing consistent display quality, programmable 3D LUT for precise colour space emulation. It also has a adjustable stand, allowing raising up to 150 mm or to rotate the display in landscape or portrait viewing mode.

NEC MultiSync PA231W


Backed by three-year warranty, the MultiSync PA231W also comes with an integrated, programmable USB hub (DisplaySync Pro), that allows connections to multiple PC platforms and for connectivity includes DisplayPort, VGA and dual digital DVI-D interfaces. No information about price.

NEC MultiSync PA231W

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