NEC Rolls Out P242W 24-inch AH-IPS Monitor

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Integr8d

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"Too low resolution"... "I can buy blah blah blah (and three of them) for this price"...

It's amazing how many people don't understand color gamut, LUT's, and bit depth.
 

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Niels, do you happen to know if this monitor supports a sync-on-green signal
via the VGA or DVI ports?
I'd be interested to know how it compares to an HP LP2475W; hopefully it'll
be reviewed by trustedreviews.
Also, do you know of a good IPS 2560x1600 model? I'm looking for something
a step up from 1920x1200 to replace a 2K CRT, but I don't like the narrow
aspect ratio of 2560x1440.
Ian.
 

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I'm unclear what the article means by "99.6 percent of the Adobe sRGB spectrum". My speculation is that it should read "99.6 percent of the Adobe-1998-RGB spectrum". It's probably an LG panel, similar to the recently released Dell u2413.
 

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The monitor is accurate but its resolution is too low. Dell monitors are way more attractive now.

 

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You can fully understand color gamut, LUT and yet be disappointed with the screen resolution. 14-bit per channel is impressive if it delivers what it promises but still, WUXGA resolution is anything but impressive, especially these days when we have 11" displays with WQXGA resolutions.

Perhaps the coarseness of the pixel matrix of this huge 24" panel makes them more "stable" and therefore makes it possible to achieve a higher color precision.
 
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