Most 4K monitors use the inexpensive TN panels at the moment, but NEC’s new 24-inch EA2444UHD is different. It uses an IPS panel with 99% Adobe RGB coverage.
NEC unveils EA2444UHD
NEC’s new 4K monitor is smaller than most other models out there, and uses a quality IPS panel that offers 100% sRGB coverage and 99% AdobeRGB coverage, making it suitable for graphics editing.
The high resolution in a 23.8-inch panel is optimized for use with the latest Mac OS X or Windows 8, both of which are capable of running in HiDPI mode.
It has a matte black industrial design with tilt, height, swivel, and pivot adjustments. It can be connected to a PC via 2xDisplayPort, HDMI or 2xDVI. It also offers integrated speakers and an USB hub for connecting devices such as cameras and hard drives.
NEC EA2444UHD will be available shortly in the US and Europe for $1349 and Ł1295, respectively.