A 28 ′ ′ 3840 x 2160 (‘4K’ UHD) type IPS panel is used, in particular the Innolux M280DCA-E3B, which has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 (‘4K’ UHD).
Adaptive-Sync, including AMD FreeSync, and a 60Hz refresh rate are all supported in addition to a 40-60Hz VRR range, which is considered to be the case. Other notable features include a static contrast ratio of 1000: 1, 10-bit color output (8-bit + FRC), and viewing angles of 178 ° and 178 °. This monitor has been designed with an anti-glare screen surface that ranges from light to very light, and a flicker-free WLED backlight that produces a typical maximum brightness of 300 cd / m2 and 90% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. HDR10 content is supported and the monitor’s decent color gamut and 10-bit color support can be put to good use. However, since it doesn’t meet even the most basic VESA DisplayHDR certification level, it only provides a very rudimentary HDR experience that doesn’t include local dimming or high brightness.
Low Blue Light (LBL) settings that are adjustable and well balanced are included, as is the standard offering from the manufacturer. Although a gray-to-gray response time of 5 ms is indicated, it is recommended that you proceed with caution. Tilt, height (100mm or 3.94 inch) and swivel adjustments are all available on this mount. It attaches in the center with a quick release mechanism that allows for simple removal, displaying 100 x 100mm VESA mounting holes for other mounting options when removed. The connectors are located at the bottom of the device and include one AC power port (internal power converter), two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DP 1.4 port, one USB-C port (60W PD, DP Alt Mode, data upstream) and a 3.5mm headphone input. 2 built-in 3W TreVolo speakers are also built in, which can produce a potentially quite rich sound output due to the many sound presets available.
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