|Screen Size||31.5 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160 pixels|
NEC PA322UHD PA322UHD-BK-2 31.5" Screen LED-Lit Monitor
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- Superior screen performance (1000:1 contrast ratio, 3840x2160 4K UHD native resolution, 350cd/m2 brightness)
- 14-bit 3D internal programmable lookup tables (LUTs) for calibration
- Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture modes increase productivity by displaying two or four sources simultaneously
- MultiProfiler software provides complete control over the five picture modes, including the loading of any ICC profile directly into the monitor for optimal color space matching
- DisplaySync Pro controls two computers with only one keyboard and mouse
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 2160 pixels||3,686,400 pixels||3840 x 2160 pixels||1920 x 1200 pixels||2560x1440 pixels||3840x2160 pixels|
|Screen Size||31.5 in||27 in||27 in||24 in||27 in||31.5 in|
|Display Type||LED||LED||LCD||LED-backlit LCD||LED||LED-Lit|
|Item Dimensions||11.9 x 29.3 x 18.4 in||28 x 10.6 x 20.2 in||28.5 x 20.4 x 11.1 in||21.94 x 9.25 x 16.39 in||24 x 21.2 x 7 in||26.13 x 13.41 x 29.9 in|
|Item Weight||31.3 lbs||18.3 lbs||13.67 lbs||20 lbs||15.5 lbs||40.6 lbs|
32" UHD color accurate desktop monitor. The ultimate in reliable, accurate color. The 32” MultiSync PA322UHD is the benchmark desktop display for color accurate work, from photography to pre-press to video production. Featuring a 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) IGZO technology IPS-type panel with wide gamut white LED backlight, this display provides 99.2% coverage of the Adobe RGB color space while consuming less power than comparable displays. Packed with a wide range of inputs, cutting-edge features and backed by a 4 year warranty with Advanced Exchange, the MultiSync PA322UHD will reliably deliver high quality, accurate images simply and beautifully.
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I had a very good View Sonic monitor. After really studying color space, I found that my View Sonic only covered 74% of of the AdobeRGB space. After doing a lot of research, I decided to order the NEC PA322UHD because it was rated at 99% of the AdobeRGB, and it is 4K. I became concerned when the monitor arrived because the box was monstrously heavy (my previous monitor was 27" and this is one is 32"). I managed to get it into my garage and unpack it. The monitor has a built in power supply which is one reason for the weight. I was able to carry up to my work area which is on the 2nd floor of my home, got it hooked up and voila'. I didn't know what to expect from a monitor that had the capability of covering 30% more of the Adobe standard color space; it is simply amazing just to see the brilliant colors as soon as I fired it up. I did not purchase the NEC calibration tools because I had previously invested in the Spyder 5 Elite. So, after allowing it to warm up for an hour or so, I began my calibration. The Spyder verified that it covered 99% of AdoeRGB at the completion of calibration. I then opened Lightroom to take a look at my photos. I keep Lightroom set at ProPhoto RGB which is a larger space than Adobe. Nevertheless, the color is an amazing upgrade over what I felt was a very good monitor. At just under $3,000, the NEC is very expensive. My justification is that I have a high resolution camera, all L-Glass Canon lenses. Why not complete the process with a great monitor for retouching. Now the ultimate question. Will this monitor make be a better photographer? The simple answer, of course, is no. However, it will enable me to see more of what I capture with my camera and lenses which should, over time, improve my vision. A high resolution monitor with a very wide gamut will enable me squeeze the most out of my Raw files.
I've used the Asus PA328Q, LG 31MU97-B, Asus PQ321Q, and many more monitors. This is in entirely it's own league. Never have I used a monitor with such vivid colors and razor sharpness.. on top of great software and features like built in KVM switch and more.
Honestly, the minor downside is the girth/weight of this thing, it's large and in-charge. But after using it I just find this to be charming and it makes the monitor feel better-made. I did find a monitor mount that can hold this-- if you're in the market I highly recommend the Humanscale M8 mount.
All in all this monitor was one of the best investments I made in my work and productivity. I highly recommend it.