Product Comparison: NEC PA242W vs NEC PA243W
- The 24-inch wide PA242W monitor is individually colour calibrated at the factory.
- With a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels I have a lot of workspace.
- The 24-inch display boasts a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels, making it well suited to running multiple programs and windows side-by-side.
- Great resolution for running two or bigger programs at once.
- This monitor is nothing special, but there are a lot of cheaper 24" monitors.
- The monitor is a 24.1” AH-IPS panel with a native resolution of 1920 x 1200 allowing to have multiple tabs at once.
- Only a 24” panel, but once you see the performance you’ll get from it, the size won't bother you anymore.
- 1920 x 1200 (16:10) resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, and 8ms response time is pretty decent characteristics.
- The NEC PA243W sports the now rare 1920 x 1200 resolution, which i dislike as software can not support this resolution.
- The only jarring thing about the NEC PA243W is its hefty price tag which can buy you a 4K monitor.
- I really like this monitor. It's color calibration was nearly perfect right out of the box.
- Advanced AH-IPS LCD panel provide rally great colors.
- Importantly for photographers, the NEC PA242W offers 100% coverage of the sRGB color gamut and 99.3% of Adobe RGB.
- The NEC MultiSync PA242W has a matt display, rather than a more distracting glossy display.
- If colour accuracy is paramount, you can't do much better than this monitor.
- Strict design with a matte finish and no gloss.
- Large viewing angle of 178° both vertical and horizontal with a typical brightness of 350cd/m2 and contrast ratio of 1000:1.
- It shows 100% of the sRGB color gamut, and 99.6% of Adobe RGB and NTSC.
- The display is equipped with multiple internal sensors to measure and correct brightness.
- The screen is backed by a 350cd/m2 lighting unit which provides a more lenient range of adjustment for calibration junkies.
- The NEC MultiSync PA242W is an incredibly accurate monitor that all photographers and videographers will appreciate.
- Pretty nice adjustable stand, quick release and height adjustment is good.
- The stand is height adjustable, with a lockable switch ensuring that it stays in place.
- There's a built-in handle at the top that makes it easy to move the PA242W.
- This monitor stand is hard to adjust and it's very bulky.
- Having a set of arrows both vertically and horizontally makes navigating the on-screen menu much easier than many other monitors.
- Includes stereo speakers that works pretty fine for me.
- The monitor can be pivoted in portrait mode if you prefer to work that way.
- Come with fully adjustable stands that are silky smooth to adjust, yet firm enough to hold the display’s position.
- The monitor can tilt, swivel, or pivot, plus you can raise the screen through 6 inches of travel.
- The NEC MultiSync PA242W can be connected with 10-bit DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D or VGA, just everything, you may need.
- There's a built-in 2 up / 3 down USB hub with DisplaySync Pro.
- You can control two computers with only one keyboard and mouse via the upstream USB ports.
- It's only USB 2.0 rather than the faster USB 3.0 standard.
- All of the ports are located on the rear of the monitor which makes them a little difficult to access.
- Its video inputs include a HDMI port, a DisplayPort and a VGA connector which is pretty decent for all computers, that user can have.
- Monitor speakers works well when connected to PC via DisplayPort.
- The NEC PA243W’s functionalities including its I/O panel is one of the most comprehensive I've seen.
- The layout pretty much includes every video input you can think of such as DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, DVI, and VGA.
- USB-C port is sorely missing from this professional display.