Thursday, February 22nd 2018

Iiyama Intros ProLite XB3270QS 31.5-inch Monitor

Japanese display maker Iiyama today introduced the ProLite XB3270QS 31.5-inch monitor. The monitor combines an IPS LCD panel with flicker-free LED back-lighting that uses a non-PWM method to control brightness, reducing flicker. The monitor offers WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution, 60 Hz refresh-rate, 4 ms (gray to gray) response time, and 300 cd/m² maximum brightness, with dynamic mega-contrast ratio. The LED back-lighting features blue-light reduction technology. Display inputs include dual-link DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2, and HDMI 1.4 (30 Hz only). Its stand offers basic tilt adjustments. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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4 Comments on Iiyama Intros ProLite XB3270QS 31.5-inch Monitor

#1
TheLostSwede
This is not a 4K screen, so HDMI 1.4 won't have a problem driving this screen at 60Hz, since it's only 2560x1440.
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lemonadesoda
I don't understand the market for low-resolution screens in 2018. Heck, on my laptop and on my ipad and most smartphones, the screens have higher resolutions than this, and we are talking screens which are just a fraction of the size of this 31+ incher. Once you have had hi-definition/resolution character generation in makes reading so much easier... you just can't go back to low-res tech, let alone professional uses such as mapping, data visualisation, print media.
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#3
bug
lemonadesoda said:
I don't understand the market for low-resolution screens in 2018. Heck, on my laptop and on my ipad and most smartphones, the screens have higher resolutions than this, and we are talking screens which are just a fraction of the size of this 31+ incher. Once you have had hi-definition/resolution character generation in makes reading so much easier... you just can't go back to low-res tech, let alone professional uses such as mapping, data visualisation, print media.
It's still hard to put 8mn pixels on a 32" sheet, so those are expensive. Lowering the pixel density, means you end up with less sheets going to trash, thus a more palatable cost for end users. That's why not everything is 4k+ yet.
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#4
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
These products are so bog standard and boring that I don't think they're worth reporting.
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