Friday, May 22nd 2009

NEC Releases MultiSync LCD2490WUXi2 24-inch Full-HD Monitor

NEC added a new 24-inch, full-HD monitor to its lineup. The LCD2490WUXi2 features a native resolution of 1920x1200 pixels with a 16 ms response-time. The contrast ratio on offer is 1000:1, with a maximum brightness of 320 cd/m². A sensor adjusts brightness automatically to suit the ambient light conditions. It takes input from DVI and D-Sub. Although HDCP capable, the display does not feature an HDMI input. The LCD2490WUXi2 targets the class of users consisting of graphics professionals, and not necessarily that of gamers. Backed by a 5-year warranty, the LCD2490WUXi2 is expected to be priced around $1400.

Source: NEC
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10 Comments on NEC Releases MultiSync LCD2490WUXi2 24-inch Full-HD Monitor

#1
Wile E
Power User
Bet it looks beautiful.

And I assume 16ms is the on/off response time, or B-W-B, maybe?
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#2
Mega-Japan
wth? Ok, what part of it justifies the $1400 price tag? The brightness sensor? lolololol no...
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#3
iamverysmart
by: Mega-Japan
wth? Ok, what part of it justifies the $1400 price tag? The brightness sensor? lolololol no...
It's an IPS screen?
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#4
Mussels
Moderprator
by: iamverysmart
It's an IPS screen?
beat me to it.
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#5
Mega-Japan
by: iamverysmart
It's an IPS screen?
tehehe~~ I suppose I missed it as it said nowhere it was an in-plane switching screen. Still no...
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#6
toyo
Link to the product page. It is only MultiSync® LCD2490WUXi (missing a 2 at the end... it's our model predecessor). It's IPS, so there goes the price...
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#7
Pete1burn
Just buy my 21" in my FS thread. :)
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#8
Weer
by: iamverysmart
It's an IPS screen?
So is my 3007WFP-HC and my 2007WFP? They cost only 1000$ together.
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#9
h3llb3nd4
I hope that they don't come with input lag...
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#10
Wile E
Power User
by: Mega-Japan
wth? Ok, what part of it justifies the $1400 price tag? The brightness sensor? lolololol no...
by: Weer
So is my 3007WFP-HC and my 2007WFP? They cost only 1000$ together.
The 3007WFP-HC is over $1000 by itself, so that can't be true, unless you bought used, which can't be used as a basis of comparison anyway.

This is targeted at color accurate professionals. The default accuracy will be greater, and it will lend itself to fine-tuning better.

The 2 Dells are more generalized in their setup.
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