NEC has been shilling a lot of display for computers and projectors for years. The company has been in the display business going back to the days when massive CRT screens were what we all used. As the tech has improved over the years, NEC has kept up and has a wide range of LCD offerings today for all sorts of users. The latest new computer display from the company is the NEC PA231W. The screen is a 23-inch unit with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, which means it will do full 1080p HD.
The display is aimed at graphics pros and other folks that do things were color accuracy is critical. It covers 71.6% of the NTSC color space and has a DisplayPort input, dual DVI-D inputs, and VGA. The screen also has a USB hub and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. The color lookup tables are 14-bit for precise color calibration.
Other features include a brightness rating of 270 cd/m2. The screen consumes 46W of power typically and needs only 15W in eco mode. The stand is ergonomic with 4-way 150mm height adjust, pivot, swivel and tilt adjustability. The screen will hit in November for $679.