NEC announced SpectraView 231 IPS professional monitor

NEC intros a new professional IPS monitor from its SpectraView family, which feature hardware calibration and is targeted for colour critical applications.


The new high-end SpectraView 231 LCD monitor has a 23-inch IPS panel with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 0.265 pixel pitch and viewing Angle of 178 horizontal / 178 vertical, brightness (typ.) 270 cd/m², contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 8 ms response time. The monitor offers 75% coverage AdobeRGB and hardware calibration with 14-bit LUT (look up table) for 42-bit colour control and gamma correction, independent per colour and input.

NEC SpectraView 231 Monitor

(Note: The images which are available on the NEC ‘s site for SpectraView 231 Monitor, when you zoom them, appear to be from  MultiSync PA241W)

SpectraView 231 also features Digital Uniformity Control (ColorComp),  Backlight Ageing Correction and Picture-in-Picture function, which allows multiple program windows to be displayed simultaneously. The display omes equipped with USB Hub (2 up; 3 down), two DVI-D interfaces VGA analogue input and DisplayPort connector. The SpectraView 231’s stand allows height and pivot adjustment, as well for positioning the display in landscape or portrait mode.

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