NEC Introduces MultiSync PA311D Professional Desktop Display: Big, Fat and Expensive

NEC introduced the MultiSync PA311D desktop display. According to the director of the marketing company, this monitor in the assortment of the manufacturer will take its place as the main monitor in the series of professional PA models.

The 4K monitor received a 31-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels. There is a 100% coverage of AdobeRGB color space, HDR support, 1400:1 contrast ratio, 14-bit 3D internal programmable lookup tables (LUTs) for calibration, and Mini DisplayPort with 10-bit support. There is also DisplaySync ProTM support so you can control three computers with only one keyboard and mouse.

Of course, there are various features specific to professional NEC monitors. For example, there is MultiProfiler software that provides full control over five image modes, including loading any ICC profile directly into the monitor. It comes with the SpectraView II Engine, an always-on backlight sensor for stable color and brightness, as well as a low-latency mode, Picture in Picture, Picture by Picture and ICC profile support.

The desktop display stand allows you to adjust the angle or height of the panel, and deploy it in portrait mode. A four-year warranty is also worth noting. The set of ports includes a pair of DisplayPort, a pair of HDMI, USB-C and three USB 3.0. And the monitor is capable of delivering up to 65 watts of power through the USB-C port, so you can even charge laptops.

The NEC MultiSync PA311D is a real professional tool that costs $2,999, which can be purchased through the store.


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