- Light, compact, using Display Port to Display Port is a must. You really can see the "blacks", and as a photographer this is important for low light work. I have one at work and home, and depending on your graphic card specification will dictate how those blacks look on screen. Unfortunately my dedicated graphic card at home has no Display Port, so I bought a HDMI to Display Port converter (UGreen) and that works better than the DVI and standard analogue connection. My works computer on high contrast and brightness,DP to DP, can see the deepest blacks when I'm manipulating images. The HDMI to DP is not as good, but this could be down to the graphics card specification.
- HDMI would have been good as part of the Specification, check your graphic card before you buy, if it has a DP then I recommend this for the money.
Published on: 19 March 2017