Popular Displays Get A Tech Facelift

An upgrade of the popular PA242W wide-color-gamut desktop display, NEC Display Solutions of America offers the 24" MultiSync PA243W professional desktop display. The addition of cutting-edge features provide improved color coverage to meet the color-critical needs of print production, digital photography, photo editing, and video production markets.

 

The MultiSync PA243W has a 24.1" IPS panel with LED backlight with a wide viewing angle and anti-glare matte finish. Its premium color accuracy is desirable for color-critical workflows and in photography, video, printing, and other professional environments. It increases Rec. 2020 coverage and boosts color accuracy to 99.6% of Adobe RGB.

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The model offers multiple connections such as a fast USB 3.1 hub featuring a DisplaySync Pro KVM switch for managing multiple computers, plus DisplayPort, DVI-D, VGA, and HDMI. Additionally, its feature set includes a 31% slimmer design than the previous model as well as integrated speakers and a new Low Blue Light setting.

 

The PA243W-BK with a black cabinet will be shipping in early November at a minimum price of $949. A white cabinet option (PA243W) is also available. In addition, both colors will be available bundled with NEC’s award-winning SpectraViewII color calibration software and sensors as PA243W-SV (white) and PA243W-BK-SV (black) at a price of $1,199.

 

For more information and specs, contact NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. at 866-632-6673.

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