rounds off the top end of DELL
's well known UltraSharp
series. The new top of the range model replaces the proven U2711 and is targeted at users with high expectations in terms of accurate color reproduction.
For the first time, calibration corrections can be directly applied on a monitor hardware level. The software needed for this purpose is included with the monitor. In addition to this, two precalibrated display modes promise precise depiction of sRGB
content even in environments that are not color management capable.
Im Test: Dell U2713H (Bild: Dell)
The 27 inch
panel is made by LG and sports a rather high 2560 x 1440 pixel
resolution. The backlight consists of a novel GB-r-LED
configuration. The gamut achieved through the interplay of backlight and panel filters reaches the same level as solutions based on WCG-CCFL tubes.
This creates the proper conditions for being able to productively work beyond the sRGB color space. And due to a high light output there is no need for any cost-intensive two dimensional configuration. This might in fact finally mark the end for cathode tubes in back lights.
The programmable 14 bit LUT
raises hopes for accurate and loss free processing of the signal fed through one of the numerous inputs. For purposes of improving image homogeneity the manufacturer integrated a compensation function.
Read more in our detailed Dell U2713H review
, which is currently available as a preview. The test will be published on 11th March 2013.
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