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NEC MultiSync LCD-EA244UHD-BK 24-Inch 4K LCD Monitor
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Default NEC MultiSync LCD-EA244UHD-BK 24-Inch 4K LCD Monitor - 02-10-2014, 08:43 | posts: 21,541 | Location: Guru3D testlab

NEC has introduced a new 4K LCD monitor to its range, the MultiSync LCD-EA244UHD-BK. Adopting an IPS panel, this new 24-inch LED-backlight monitor provides 3840 x 2160 4K native resolution, 1000:1 con...

NEC MultiSync LCD-EA244UHD-BK 24-Inch 4K LCD Monitor
   
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And let me guess, they've probably screwed this up by not doing 1080p by pixel doubling, but by blurry interpolation. Right?
   
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God, I can't even imagine working on older programs where you could not change font sizes on this thing.
   
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Nearly bought the Dell UP2414Q, another 24" 4K display. The display has no build in scaler and reports as two displays to your graphics card, so no 1080p at all.

I don't get it. The cool thing about 4K is the ability to use the high-res for apps where you need it and can fallback to FullHD for movies and maybe games when your graphics card isn't powerful enough.

I hope NEC will do it better.

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