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The monitor is the element which should be most heavily researched when buying computer equipment for the purposes of photo editing. And without some previous knowledge, it is easy to become lost once you start to investigate all of the technical specifications you may encounter in the course of your research. That is why we will be looking at all of the parameters you should be taking into account when selecting your future monitor for photo editing.
The quality of the monitor is fundamental since it is the element which will allow you to visualize your photos:
- If the monitor is of poor quality, the fidelity of the displayed colors will diminish over time and as a result, the quality of your editing work will become random.
- You will require a monitor which is capable of handling all of the possible colors contained in the images you will be editing.
The choice of monitor should therefore not be taken lightly. Consequently, it is only appropriate that you should study and precisely establish all of a monitor’s technical characteristics. This reasoning is all the more valid since in general the purchase of a monitor is done without being able to observe it in reality (contrary to televisions which can be seen on display in stores).
Without further delay, let’s go over the parameters which characterize a high-quality monitor dedicated to image editing. I also recommend you to read this article that written by my classmate, combined our article, you’ll choose the monitor for photo editing easily.
Everyone is aware of the fact that with the passage of time, cameras are able to take larger and larger photos. As a result, you will need a display which will allow you to view your images at an appropriate size.
Here is the buyer’s guide that you have all been waiting for. After numerous tests and comparisons of gaming laptops, we have established a final ranking for 2017. What is my favorite computer? The Razer Blade Pro!
1 – Razer Blade Pro: maximum performance, minimum size!
For less than 1000 dollars you can get Lenovo’s Legion Y520-151KBN gaming notebook which allows you to play all current titles with decent performance. It offers a 15,6” Full-HD display, an Intel Core i5 quad-core CPU and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI GPU allowing you to play games like Battlefield 1 or For Honor with framerates of over 60 FPS. That means titles will run really well at native Full-HD resolution even with high graphics settings.
The Optix AG32G is a new MSI monitor aimed at gamers. It has a 31.5-inch panel with 178° of vertical and horizontal viewing angles, and a curvature rate of R1800.
It has some features that allow it to be included in the gaming monitors world, such as a 165 Hz refresh rate and the AMD FreeSync technology that matches the refresh rate with the FPS provided by the GPU. We can also highlight its 1 ms GTG response time and 3,000:1 static contrast ratio. Its peak brightness goes to 250 cd/m².
The 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resolution may seem a bit low for its size, but this will avoid its price from going through the roof.
Philips has announced its new Philips 276E8FJAB monitor. The new model in its catalog has a 27-inch display size and a 2K resolution. However, its main appeal is probably using the Ultra-Wide Color technology, which allows the monitor to reproduce a color palette larger than that of the competitive monitors currently on the market.
A good monitor should always go together with a good panel with good viewing angles. I suppose that this leaves TN panels completely out of the picture since, no matter how fast they are and how much their vertical refresh rate is, they still are panels that lag behind in terms of color reproduction.
MSI has announced the launch of two new gaming laptops with displays featuring a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
The new MSI Raider complete a catalog of overwhelming laptops. They are offered in the GE63VR and GE73VR models, with 15.6 and 17.3-inch displays respectively, native resolutions reaching 4K and HDR support.
They are powered by Intel Kaby Lake quad-core processors and they sport dedicated NVIDIA GTX 1050Ti or GTX 1070. They have up to 32 GB of DDR4 memory and a dual-unit storage system with a hard drive and a PCIe SSD or dual SSDs in RAID.
With the launch of Intel and AMD’s latest generation of processors, some confusion has been created among our readers since they do not understand these processors’ ranges and positions on the market, and how they compare to previous generations.
Several of you have asked us directly to write a special segment about this topic in order to clarify where these new Intel and AMD processors stand, which is a very interesting challenge that we have decided to accept while also expanding it, as you will see at the end of the article where we will give you a recap reviewing processors from previous generations and their current equivalents.
Our goal is simple: for you to understand well where these new Intel and AMD processors stand, and at the same time for you to be able to identify each model’s basic characteristics, the type of user targeted by the brands and the performance offered by the processors in comparison to older ones.
The main advantage is evident: a 43 or a 49-inch TV display is a lot less expensive than a monitor of the same size. In fact, few monitors can compare in size to a mid-end TV.
TVs give us more visual space and the same resolution of a high-end monitor, and having 4K on LCD TVs is now mainstream.
They also feature more multimedia options as every, or almost every, one of them is a smart TV nowadays, meaning that they offer an endless amount of different apps that enable us to use it separately from the PC. They usually have a lot of inputs, digital audio output and a speakers system that is usually far ahead of the one offered by typical monitors.
As what is now becoming customary for a firm focused on security, AV-Test, through a series of their own completely impartial tests tend to publish…