|Price incl. VAT||£1,036.52 £936.49|
|Price excl. VAT||£780.41|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £74.92 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £46.82 Possibility to return products within two months||
Professional LCD monitor NEC MultiSync EA244UHD LED 16:9 with LED backlight supports superior 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution. High quality display with IPS panel (10-bit) with a diagonal of 23.8'' provides sharp colours with a range of Adobe RGB. Low response time of 5ms delivers sharp images, even during fast movements. Horizontal and vertical observation angle of 178° is also an excellent feature.
The ergonomic shape of the monitor is highly flexible. Standard options, such as the rotation around the vertical axis or tilting of the display, is completed by height adjustability (130 mm). Pivot function allows you to rotate the panel by 90 degrees (portrait).
NEC MultiSync EA244UHD LED minimizes the power consumption through advanced technologies. Human Sensor function detects your presence at the monitor. For example, if you leave the office, the monitor turns itself off. The ambient light sensor automatically adjusts the intensity of backlight of display according to the actual conditions in the room.
In the professional sphere, it is common to use multiple monitors. NEC therefore offers a unique ControlSync™ technology, which enables to interconnect up to 6 panels. The connected monitors can synchronize their settings with the main one (master), which eliminates the complex and time-consuming configuration.
Two Display Ports are used for signal reception in 4K resolution, two DVI and one HDMI input can be used for high resolution. The monitor has also an integrated USB 3.0 hub (1 + 3 ports), and speakers with 2 watts. NEC MultiSync EA244UHD LED is available in white colour.
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