Las tendremos a tiempo: Apple también empieza a enviar las pantallas UltraFine 4K de LG
At Apple, we’ve already seen a selection of displays that are suitable for the MacBook and the new MacBook Pro (beyond the LG UltraFine displays), but it should be clear to us that this selection is just the tip of the iceberg of what’s to come. From now on, all manufacturers will launch more prepared monitors s, and today it’s the turn to see the solution brought to us by Eizo .
The company is quite popular with professionals for the quality of its displays, and recently introduced its first monitor with USB-C connection with the future in mind: the FlexScan EV2780 . This is a 27-inch monitor that has little to envy the UltraFine.
The FlexScan EV2780 features an IPS LED panel that can be viewed at 178 degree angles and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels . Easier: it’s the equivalent of a 27-inch iMac non-retouch screen. If it were retinal, we’d be talking about 5K resolutions of 5120 x 2880 pixels.
As for its USB-C cable, it is capable of transmitting at 5 Gbps and providing 30W of power to charge your MacBook or MacBook Pro . That means we’re talking about a first-generation USB-C 3.1 cable. Between that and the resolution, this is a display for those who don’t mind not having the maximum number of pixels or the maximum data transfer.
The added benefit is that the FlexScan EV2780 also has additional DisplayPort and HDMI ports, so it can be connected to other video devices; plus additional USB ports and audio inputs. It is currently sold at Amazon US for $989 with deliveries not available in the UK.