NEC unveils 30-inch MultiSync PA301W flagship professional LCD Monitor

NEC Display Solutions today presents to the world its newest flagship professional monitor – the MultiSync PA301W. The 30-inch giant has a 10-bit P-IPS panel with 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution and backlight ageing correction for stable brightness and compensation for white point drift over the monitor lifetime.

MultiSync PA301W offers 178 horizontal / 178 vertical viewing angles, 0.251 pixel pitch, 1000:1 contrast ratio, brightness of 350 cd/m² and 6ms (grey-to-grey) response time. It has an in-built 14-bit LUT for “the smoothest colour reproduction” and a 3D LUT for precise colour space emulation, as well NEC says that achieve a wide colour gamut 98%  / 107 %  Adobe RGB coverage.

NEC MultiSync PA301W LCD Monitor

The PA301W also has a built-in carbon savings meter, ambient light sensor, integrated USB Hub which allows to be connect to multiple PC platforms with a single mouse and keyboard,  and adjustable stand that allows rotation, tilt and height-adjustment up to 150 mm. The monitor  is backed by 3 year warranty and comes with two DisplayPorts and two DVI-D interfaces. Price still unknown.

NEC MultiSync PA301W LCD Monitor

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