NEC 30″ Display : MultiSync LCD3090WQXi

30 inch nec display
30 inch nec display

Jeff Mottle of CGarchitect.com has reviewed the NEC 30" MultiSync LCD3090WQXi monitor and see what he to say about the specs involved.

"The NEC MultiSync LCD3090WQXi is clearly aimed at the high end graphics professional and boasts a very impressive list of features.  Priced at $2199.99 Estimate Street Price, it costs only slightly more than the Dell and about $300 more than the Apple offering, but considerably less than a comparable Eizo which will set you back over $4000. When I first saw this NEC display a few years ago at SIGGRAPH it retailed for around $4000. With a much more competitive price tag, had I to do it again, I would most definitely purchase the NEC over the Dell. The color and sharpness is better and the ergonomics and color management controls set it heads and tails above any of the offerings by Dell or Apple. What I did not like about this NEC display was the round design of the bottom stand. It sticks out quite far past the front of the screen and takes up more desk space than it should. Other manufacturers have a better case and stand design, however are not able to rotate or adjust near as much, if at all. The screen itself is also quite a bit deeper than most 30 inch displays on the market. That having been said, if you are in the market for a high gamut 30 inch display that will not let you down or eat up your entire budget for the quarter, the NEC MultiSync LCD3090WQXi would be my choice. If you are serious about color, this should be tops on your list!"

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