Three Feature Rich Computer Monitors Worth Considering

The added real estate of a larger screen can bump up productivity noticeably, since you don't have to be moving opened windows left and right throughout the day. Just click on the program and leave it open for easy access...the extra pixels will take it from there. Copy and paste never been this easy, especially with these three monitors from Dell, NEC and HP worth considering.

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Dell UltraSharp U3011: This monitor has the latest connectivity options, including HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D, USB ports and a 7-in-1 media card reader. 30" display with 2560x1600 resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio for clear images and exceptional multitasking. IPS (in-plane switching) technology for minimal color deviation across a wide viewing angle. PremierColor technology in the Dell UltraSharp U3011 monitor is factory-tuned to AdobeRGB and sRGB modes, so you can create your projects without the need for extensive color calibration. We like the 7 ms response time and the ghost-free viewing on moving images.

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HP ZR30W: The newest generation displays from HP, with a 30-bit panel and DisplayPort connectivity, the ZR30w delivers 4.1 Million pixels and 1.07 Billion colors. The ZR30w has a 85% efficient power supply, while the low power panel is more efficient than previous 30-inch models. We love the fact that all the plastic used is made up of least 25% recycled resin, giving you the responsible features your business requires. The ZR30w’s real claim to fame is color resolution of 10 bits per color per pixel (HP defines this as 30 bits per pixel), which enables it to produce 1.07 billion displayable colors. That’s 100 percent of the sRGB color gamut and 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut. Wow!

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NEC MultiSync 3090WQXi: 30" LCD, .251mm Pixel Pitch, 1000:1 Contrast Ratio, 2560 x 1600 Native Resolution, 6ms Response Time, 176/170 Degrees H/V Viewing Angle, 350 cd/m2 Brightness, makes this a good contender of what is available these days. This widescreen LCD display is ultra wide format (16:10), which provides roughly the same work area as two smaller-sized displays and allows you to simultaneously view/work in multiple application windows. 97.8% coverage of AdobeRGB. We love the Auto Luminance control with X-Light Pro backlight/sensor design for consistent brightness and color and the fact that has dark black levels.

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