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|Package Weight||22.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||27.0 x 20.8 x 5.5"|
|Optimal Resolution||2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz|
|Preset Display Area (H x V)||310.47 in² / 200,301.75 mm²|
|Contrast Ratio||Typical: 1,000:1 Dynamic: 2,000:1|
|Response Time||Fast Mode: 6 ms (GtG)|
|Viewing Angles (H/V)||178°/178°|
|Adjustability||Tilt, swivel, pivot, height adjust|
|Color Support||1.07 billion|
|Pixel Pitch||0.2331 x 0.2331 mm|
|Backlight Technology||LED light bar system|
|Diagonally Viewable Size||27" / 68.6|
|Display Screen Coating||Anti-glare with 3H hardness|
|Connectivity||1 x DisplayPort 1 x mini DisplayPort 2 x HDMI (MHL) 4 x USB 3.0 with one charging port 2 x USB 3.0 upstream ports|
|Security||Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)|
|VESA Hole Configuration||100 mm|
|Electrical||Voltage Required 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz ± 3 Hz, 1.6 A (maximum) Power Consumption Typical: 45 W ENERGY STAR: 40 W Standby / Sleep: Less than 0.3 W|
|Environmental||Operating Temperature: 32 to 95°F / 0 to 35°C Storage Temperature: -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C Operating Humidity: 10 to 80% non-condensing Storage Humidity: 5 to 90% non-condensing Operating Altitude: 16,404 ft / 5,000 m Storage Altitude: 40,000 ft / 12,192 m|
|Compliance||ENERGY STAR EPEAT Gold TCO|
|Dimensions||With Stand: 16.15-21.27 x 24.07 x 7.89" / 410.3-540.3 x 611.4 x 200.3 mmWithout Stand: 14.27 x 24.07 x 2.02" / 362.5 x 611.4 x 51.4 mm|
|Weight||Panel Only: 9.92 lb / 4.50 kg|
|Display Type||Widescreen panel display|
We have rarely had a test where two monitors were this close to each other in terms of performance yet use an entirely different technique. It is clear that AU Optronics has a winner with the AHVA technique – not that long ago the company was primarily using the very different AMVA (which certainly...
This is the right size for 4k resolution. I tried a 27 inch monitor with 4k resolution before but the monitor height is not enough for me and definitely not a programmers monitor. Then I moved to a 32 inch WQHD monitor but immediately starts missing 4k resolution.
if you are on budget and looking for affordable (below 800$ price range) 27 inch wide gamut!!! monitor for photo editing (light room / photoshop) look no further!!! This is the right monitor for you!
the only one real con to me - I had to replace my Spyder Elite calibrator and get the XRITE 1 PRO. Dell's hardware calibration software supports XRITE calibrators only!