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    Best monitor for photo editing: 4 top models tested and rated

    | Accessories | Reviews | 24/04/2013 00:01am
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    5 things to look for in a monitor for photo editing

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    1. Screen size is measured diagonally in inches, while resolution measures the number of pixels that make up the display. But a bigger monitor doesn’t necessarily mean greater resolution; the 24-inch Eizo has a higher resolution than the 27-inch NEC, for example.
    2. A more useful measure of the ‘crispness’ of a display is pixel density, measured in pixels per inch (ppi). The NEC is 82ppi, the Eizo 94ppi, while Samsung and Dell weigh in at 109ppi.
    3. Monitors increasingly offer more than just a simple display for your computer, with built-in speakers, USB hubs, card readers and multiple  inputs, such as HDMI, for use with a variety of devices.
    4. While true-to-life colour reproduction is very important in image editing, you may need to compromise to get all the features you want within budget.
    5. LED backlighting allows thinner displays, while IPS (or Samsung’s PLS) allows for greater viewing angles.

    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
    PAGE 5: 5 things to look for in a monitor for photo editing

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    Posted on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Accessories, Reviews.

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