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KTC 27 Inch Gaming Monitor, 4K UHD Mini LED Computer Monitor, 160Hz 1ms Fast IPS, HDR1000, Built-in Speakers, Quantum Dot Technology, DeltaE<2, Type-C 90W Reverse Charging, KVM, Adjustable, M27P20P

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The only challenge here seemed to be correcting the red colours for some reason, showing a dE up to 3. dE 2000 is used for improved accuracy and providing a better representation of what you would see as a user, compared with older dE methods like dE 1994, as it takes into account the human eye’s perceptual sensitivity to different colours. Their monitors, which are part of a comprehensive product lineup, have been designed with cutting-edge technologies and features that cater to the demands of modern workspaces. The 27 Color are still not WOW, but as I said before, this could be because the monitor is more accurate and less over-saturated.

Although KTC is probably best known as a gaming monitor brand, this display is well suited for office work, graphics, photographic and video editing thanks to its advanced specs. Whether or not you will benefit from this depends on several factors including viewing distance and visual acuity.Without access to the colour settings this will be hard to correct unless you have a calibration device.

Diese Art der Verpackung minimiert die Wahrscheinlichkeit, dass der Monitor während des Transportes beschädigt werden kann – drastisch. If you want some background about who KTC are and a useful round-up of their monitor range, check out our article here. The Mini LED backlight comes in to its own here for HDR gaming, providing an excellent image quality and HDR experience. From high refresh rates to stunning color accuracy, the monitors are designed to elevate the workspace experience, promising to be a revolutionary addition to any professional setup.This shows how much the Mini LED backlight can improve the contrast ratio in real use, even in SDR content in this example. Providing 98% DCI-P3, 100% Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB,which offer realistic colors and smoother gradation. Ideally all 3 lines should be flat at the 100% level which would represent a balanced 6500k average colour temperature for all grey shades.

Here, you can just leave the screen brightness at a comfortable setting, and instead benefit from the local dimming improving the black depth, and therefore contrast ratio. Its ability to display sharp texts and images, coupled with a vivid color output, creates an engaging environment for various professional tasks. With local dimming and a significant number of LEDs, it achieves impressive contrast and deep blacks. Having a usable and working sRGB emulation mode from the monitor itself is the easiest method though, and can be used for all different applications, inputs and modes if it is well set up.Testing of some modes might be based on a different gamma but we will state that in the commentary if applicable. We confirmed that when the local dimming function is turned off, the backlight operates with a flicker-free direct current (DC) method, as opposed to any PWM at all brightness settings.

This model offers a 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution, 160Hz refresh rate and a 576-zone Mini LED backlight. ein paar Euro, aber dann sind wir wieder an der Stelle, wo wir (fast) alle zustimmen würden, dass es nicht sein kann, dass "billig" auf Kosten der Umwelt geht.

Right off the start I noticed the color were vibrant, no dead pixels, no weird issues (as mentioned by some reviewers). Like most screens, the KTC M27P20 Pro uses an external power brick rather than an integral power supply. Color under factory setting is over saturated, I did not test sRGB mode but after calibrating it looks fabulous.

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