Summary: We used to own Mitsubishi/NEC DiamondPro CRT monitor years ago when we started publishing/photo business. Then we switched to Apple iMac with monitor while updating hardware/CPU/Monitor. That was bad move. Ths monitor brought us back to top level pro quality. We hooked it up to old iMac via its mini DVI port and configured as extension monitor (it will be dual head ull res. once we get new Mac).
Summary: I like many a serious digital photographers have long lusted after Eizo ColorEdge monitors. They are the gold standard in color accuracy. But they are painfully expensive. My quest to find an acceptable substitute began a couple of years ago when a friend who ran an internet company recommended the Dell Ultrasharp 2410. I purchased two of them for use with my Mac Pro. I always liked the 2410. It was relatively accurate and worked well with 3rd party calibration tools.
Summary: I pick up this item. After using my colormunki to calibrate, the monitor is great. Better then my old apple 2007 iMac. The colors pops. Great for photo editing. And getting it right for the client.
Summary: I am not a graphics or photo pro, but as a disABLED Web developer and tech writer, I required a top-notch display, with VERY CRISP, WELL-DEFINED TEXT for my poor, nystagmus, and double-vision eyesight. Beginning way back in the early 80's, I used NEC Multisyncs. They are simply the BEST. And I've tried many, many of the other brands through the years...
Summary: This monitor is truly a pleasure to use. I have two of them, for a dual-screen configuration. The first unit that I bought was the model that includes this monitor and the SpectraView software & sensor. This unit will work with the software and sensor that came with the first monitor, and if I recall correctly, the software and sensor will work with all compatible NEC monitors hooked up to the same computer.