For those who resolution is a priority of priorities, the QF-28 is intended as their ultimate choice for finding and making a difference in what they see.AG Neovo is happy to announce the debut of its QF-28, a 4K ultra-high definition display that provides not only superior image clarity but also flexible viewing options. It promises to prove the definitive choice for professionals whose top priority is to capture exceptionally delicate images, down to the last detail, on their displays.
The QF-28 brings nothing short of a revolution in resolution. With 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution, or four times those of a Full HD display, it delivers pictures four times as crisp and sharp. Its 1.07 billion colour depth makes possible true-to-life images. Users are able to experience stunning picture clarity and discern the tiniest details on the expansive 28” screen.
The QF-28 supports true 4K content over DisplayPort at a refresh rate of up to 60Hz. This exceptionally smooth content delivery brings a substantially enhanced viewing experience. Users are given further connectivity options—HDMI, DVI (dual-link) and VGA—to attain system integration effortlessly. Likewise, built-in USB ports make connection to peripheral devices easy.
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture-by-Picture (PBP) capabilities allow users to watch images from two sources at the same time should the need arise. Versatility of the QF-28 extends to display orientation; applications can run in either landscape or portrait mode, whichever serves the occasion. Set firmly on an ergonomically designed stand, the QF-28 is able to tilt, pivot and swivel, or have its height adjusted, however the user sees fit, to maximise productivity and viewing comfort.
“AG Neovo is committed to bringing innovation and meeting the visual needs of even the most detail-oriented professionals in graphic design settings, control rooms and CAD/CAM applications, to name just a few,” says Jessica Shih, AG Neovo Product Manager. “For those who resolution is a priority of priorities, the QF-28 is intended as their ultimate choice for finding and making a difference in what they see.”