Excerpt: I use this monitor primarily for photo and video editing. It is a great monitor, good color setting right out of box, and with a very useful speaker build into which would satisfy for most of daily uses.
Excerpt: My 8 year old Dell 2707WFP 27" monitor was starting to show its age (discoloured screen, likely due to a failing polarizing filter), so after a month or two of research, I decided to purchase the PA279Q as a replacement.
Excerpt: Beautiful monitor with accurate color. My first monitor over 1080p and first with 10 bit color. Don't have it hooked up to a 10 bit Graphics card yet, but this monitor really shines. Love the stand too. Very sturdy, with ever adjustment you could want.
Pros: Adjustable, Easy To Set Up, Sharp Image, Vivid Colors
Summary: I have went round and round with Apple and Asus to figure out what is going on with my new Mac Pro cylinder and this monitor. All I want to do is access the calibrated Adobe RGB and sRGB modes which are greyed out. I am using miniDP/Thunderbolt to Display Port.
Pros: Color is good, but having trouble with a new MacPro trying to access the Adobe RGB and sRGB modes, which are calibrated
Excerpt: I'm finally getting around to connecting this monitor to my brand new MacPro, and I'm so glad I chose to get this monitor. It's a great quality product, the colors are beautiful, I love the ergonomic design of it and I'm really looking forward to using it more.
Pros: Adjustable, Calibration Is Spot On, Sharp Image, Vivid Colors
Cons: Cords Aren't Labeled Well, Cords Are Not Labeled Wel, Patch Required, Poor Set Up Documentation, Speakers Aren't Awesome