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NEC’s MultiSync PA272W is by no means cheap, but it delivers professional-class image quality for less than £1,000. If you can forgive the lack of support for hardware calibration, the NEC is a monitor that’s worth every penny.
Pros: Uniform backlight, accurate colors, no dead pixelsNote: This is actually a 8 bit panel + FRC with 14 bit lookup table and not a true 10 bit panel. I ran NEC's 10 bit demo using a Firepro W4100 card for a true 30 bit output. The demo shows that some banding is reduced but not entirely.
I'm using it with a 2014 Mac Pro and I could not be happier. So clear, so sharp, and wonderful color. I did waste 24 hours getting it hooked up and working properly due to inaccurate advice from both Apple and NEC so if you want to hook yours up to an Apple Thunderbolt port, read on.
Sharp Image, Vivid Colors
Great monitor. Upgraded from a NEC P242 AH-IPS monitor because I wasn't pleased with the pixel pitch (0.27mm) where as the PA272 is 0.23mm with a slightly larger display, making it much smoother with less noticeable pixels.
Not 1 dead pixel, great color, works very well for World of Tanks. The 6ms response time is more than fast enough to play WoT well. I will update as I paly some RTS games. Did I buy this for gaming, yes. Do I regreat my purchase, no. Am I stupid, no. Am I Crazy?
A bit expensive but more than worth it to me.