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Eizo Expands Portfolio Of Curator Surgical Panels With Additional Monitor Sizes, 8 Megapixel, And Touchscreen Options

Eizo Expands Portfolio Of Curator Surgical Panels With Additional Monitor Sizes, 8 Megapixel, And Touchscreen Options

access_time October 15, 2016

EIZO GmbH announces new standard models within its portfolio of CuratOR Surgical Panels. The existing selection of models is now

How Order Fulfillment Can Change Your Relationships With Customers And Businesses

How Order Fulfillment Can Change Your Relationships With Customers And Businesses

access_time September 20, 2016

In a world full of technology, fast and efficient order fulfillment can make or break a company.  Using a courier

Sky Released Now TV Smart Box, Great Interface And Affordable

Sky Released Now TV Smart Box, Great Interface And Affordable

access_time September 25, 2016

Sky launched its first Now TV Box, providing an easy way to add Smart TV functionality to any television. With


Dell Has Announced Three New UltraSharp Monitors

Dell Has Announced Three New UltraSharp Monitors

Dell Has Announced Three New UltraSharp Monitors

access_time April 22, 2017

Dell has proudly announced three new Ultrasharp display monitors for professionals at the National Association Of Broadcasters conference, on Thursday. The new announcement includes: the UP2718Q Ultrasharp 27-inch 4K HDR monitor, the U2718Q Ultrasharp 27-inch 4K-enabled monitor, and the last one is U2518D Ultrasharp 25-inch monitor. Also read about Smasung Mu series Ultra High definition TVs at VogaTech.

The first one, UP2718Q Ultrasharp 27-inch 4K HDR monitor, is the company’s first HDR10 capable display with UHD Alliance premium certification. The monitor features an Ultra HD 4K display, 1.07 billion color depth, and has a wide range of color spaces. The company claims that it gives four times more detail than full HD display. It is basically for designers and photographers, who will take advantage by using HDR10 content for creating realistic images.

The monitor is able to produce the deepest black and brightest whites, thanks to its 1,000 nits of peak brightness. And with the REC2020 color coverage, it is a great choice for those video editors that working on color-critical post production. As far as the connectivity concerned, the display will come with HDMI, Display Port, and Mini Display port.

Aside from the HDR capable monitor, as I mentioned above, the company has also revealed two other regular displays. The company did not give details about both display resolution, specs and features. For now, the U2718Q Ultrasharp 27-inch is featuring a 4K display, while the smaller one, U2518D Ultrasharp 25-inch monitor has just featured an HD display. The company called both the U2718Q 27-inch and U2518D 25-inch monitor “Infinity Edge” display, which lacks the bezels for a cleaner visual look.

The UP2718Q Ultrasharp 27-inch 4K HDR monitor will available on May 23rd, and priced at $1,999.99. The U2718Q Ultrasharp 27-inch 4K-enabled monitor will retail for $699.99, and the U2518D 25-inch monitor cost about $499.99. Both monitors will available for purchase in July.

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