Excerpt: This is a really fine monitor for those requiring accurate color rendition, ability to calibrate easily, truly professional-level construction, and access to many professional-level features not found on cheaper monitors.
Excerpt: I have been using an older NEC monitor, model P221W, it has served me really good for last 5 years. This Multisync PA272W is a huge improvement. Comparing side by side the new one is a lot better, especially for photo editing. It's like rediscovering my own work again.
Excerpt: After looking over the market for some time, and considering both lesser priced and higher priced models, I bought this monitor with Spectraview as a wide gamut photo editing external for my 2013 MacBook Pro Retina. It's my third photo editing monitor, the other three being Dells.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Mac Software, Mid Priced, Never Freezes, Wide Gamut
Cons: Better Software Docs, Not So Pretty, Only Usb 2 Ports
Excerpt: I've been procrastinating on getting a new monitor because of cost. Finally did, upgrading from a 20" CRT, which was still in pretty good shape, to the NEC. WOW. Why did I wait so long? It's beautiful and so much space. I am a pro photographer and using photo programs is so much easier.
Pros: Adjustable, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight, Sharp Image, Vivid Colors
Excerpt: Using this with a MacBook Pro. I purchased this as a replacement for a 24" Dell Ultrasharp that I thought was really good. This monitor was fantastic right out of the box! Then I calibrated it using the Spectraview software and i1Display pro. Wow! is all I can say.
Pros: Adjustable, Calibrates Nicely, Easy To Set Up, Sharp Image, Vivid Colors