Best monitor for photo editing: 4 top models tested and rated
Best monitor for photo editing: 03 NEC MultiSync EA273WM
Buy it: www.nec-display-solutions.co.uk
The NEC MultiSync packs in some clever power-saving features; an ambience sensor adjusts the screen brightness to suit the room, while a ‘human’ sensor switches off the screen when there is nobody at the desk.
However, its touch-sensitive buttons, placed on two bezel edges, do look a bit fussy. Built-in speakers and USB sockets save space on the desktop.
While the 1920×1080-pixel display is the lowest-resolution on test and isn’t suitable for colour-critical work, it delivers above-average performance for a knock-down price.
Pros: Reasonable colour rendition for a budget monitor; well specified
Cons: Ergonomics ruined by fussy bezel; contrast range isn’t great
PAGE 1: Best monitor for photo editing: 01 Eizo ColorEdge CG243W
PAGE 2: Best monitor for photo editing: 02 Dell U2711
PAGE 3: Best monitor for photo editing: 03 NEC MultiSync EA273WM
PAGE 4: Best monitor for photo editing: 04 Samsung SyncMaster S27B970D
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on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Accessories, Reviews.
Tags: camera accessories, hot, photo editing