The new 4K UltraHD 27-inch NEC Multisync EA271U monitor meets the minimum requirements for working with video: it covers 110% of the sRGB, 81.6% of the AdobeRGB, and 78% of the NTSC color space. Its IPS panel has a brightness of 350 nits (cd/m²) which corresponds to the current standard - as does the horizontal and vertical viewing angle of 178° each.
NEC Multisync EA271U Monitor
Its interface equipment is good - the interfaces include a DisplayPort; a USB Type C port (which also supplies 60 watts charging current) as well as two HDMI ports - and a USB 3.1 hub with 3 down and 2 up ports. USB-C can save one cable as it can transfer video, power and data as well as replace other cables. The monitor can be adjusted by 150mm in height, tilted by -5 to 35°, rotated by 170° to each side and also rotated by 90° (pivot).
The narrow frame makes the monitor suitable for multi-monitor setups, which are also facilitated by the ControlSync software, which can manage settings for up to six screens in a multi-monitor configuration from the main screen.
Its ergonomic functions include functions that adjust the screen brightness to the ambient light by means of integrated sensors and reduce the brightness when the user leaves the workplace. Low blue light and flicker free technology makes working more comfortable for the eyes. The NEC EA271U is now available in stores for around 840 euros.