extremely affordable 4k (aka UHD) 28" displays coming as companion to your MP or rMBP

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Re: extremely affordable 4k (aka UHD) 28" displays coming as companion to your MP or rMBP
In reply to joger, 10 months ago

elliotn wrote:

jogger wrote:

The TN panels are a bit of a caveat for quality fetishists not offering the utmost image quality like IPS or IGOZ and a rather small color space of sRGB equivalent

I thought everyone agreed that TN panels are unusable for photo retouching?

(I was in the Applestore today (Regent St, London) and they have a very nice Sharp monitor hooked up to their new Mac Pro.)

these are entirely new ones and the first (professional) viewers were stunned - now reason to exclude an all new design before even some reputable guys have reviewed it - we will soon find out more.

At work I have a 22" DELL TN display with LED lighting - calibrated it is quite o.k. and not too far away from my IPS 27" Apple Cinema Display - so if you're satisfied your your iMac or Cinema display there should be room for an open discussion about these new refined panels.

10 bit is at least a very good reason to re-evaluate and rethink!

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Yes, but 10-bit WHAT?
10-bit 4K60 4:4:4? And do these displays accept that kind of bandwidth (over 19 Gbs; more than the new HDMI 2 can deliver).

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