Acer is aiming its new ProDesigner BM270, a 4K UHD HDR 27-inch display monitor, at imaging professionals and visual artists.
The monitor is Acer’s entrance into the high-end professional image market, with a colour palette up to 1000nits brightness, advanced LED local dimming in 384 controlled zones, and support for 10-bit colour depth, for ’64 times more colour than 8-bit counterparts’.
Built-in 100 percent Adobe RGB and 100 percent sRGB colour gamut coverage stores and produces a wide range of hues with colour accuracy. An integrated six-axis colour adjustment function provides the ability to adjust hue and saturation.
The screen also has adjustable non-reflective shading hoods.
‘Our latest HDR monitor for content creators boasts outstanding colour tuning and uniformity compensation to provide sharp images with stunningly rich colour,’ said Ronald Lau, Acer director in stationary computing, in the US press release. ‘Its new Acer Display Widget makes adjusting settings simpler than ever, while the adjustable shading hood is ideal for colour-critical projects.’
Other features include:
– 97.8 percent of DCI-P3 colour coverage;
– IPS panel which preserves image clarity and colour from every angle up to 178 degrees;
– Adjustable ErgoStand to swivel and tilt 20 degrees, and alter the height up to 4.5 inches;
-Vesa mount to hang from wall;
– Dual HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, Mini DisplayPort 1.2, and a Type C USB 3.1 hub.
No local availability details are available, but it’s priced in America at US$1700 and is now available.