Name of the company-manufacturer.
Name of the series, which the model belongs to.
Designation of the model.
Other known designations of the model.
The year in which this model was announced.
Size class of the display as declared by the manufacturer. Often this is the rounded value of the actual size of the diagonal in inches.
|24.1 in (inches)|
Approximate diagonal size of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the diagonal is calculated from the width and height of the screen.
|611 mm (millimeters)|
61.1 cm (centimeters)
24.0551 in (inches)
2.0046 ft (feet)
Approximate width of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the width is calculated from the diagonal and the aspect ratio.
|518.4 mm (millimeters)|
51.84 cm (centimeters)
20.4094 in (inches)
1.7008 ft (feet)
Approximate height of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the height is calculated from the diagonal and the aspect ratio.
|324 mm (millimeters)|
32.4 cm (centimeters)
12.7559 in (inches)
1.063 ft (feet)
Name of the manufacturer of the display panel.
There are various panel technologies. Each has its own specific features - viewing angles, color reproduction, response time, brightness/contrast, production cost, etc. The image quality depends directly on the type of the display panel used.
|Panel bit depth|
The most widely used panels are those with 6, 8, and 10 bits for each of the RGB components of the pixel. They provide 18-, 24-, and 30-bit color, respectively.
|8 bits (6 bits + FRC)|
Frame Rate Control (FRC) is a method, which allows the pixels to show more color tones. With quick cyclic switching between different color tones, an illusion for a new intermediate color tone is created. For example, by using FRC, a 6-bit display panel is able to show 16.7 millioin colors, which are typical for 8-bit display panels, and not the standard 262200 colors, instead. There are different FRC algorithms.
A LUT (Look Up Table) contains precalculated sets of values that are used to apply transformations to the input color data so that the resulting data meets certain (the desired) visual standard and color accuracy. For example, LUT can be used to emulate/map different color spaces and gamma settings. Many professional monitors as well as some TVs have programmable internal LUTs allowing more control over the image.
The maximum number of colors, which the display is able to reproduce, depends on the type of the panel in use and color enhancing technologies like FRC.
The ratio between the horizontal and the vertical side of the display. Some of the standard and widely used aspect ratios are 4:3, 5:4, 16:9 and 16:10.
Information about the number of pixels on the horizontal and vertical side of the screen. A higher resolution allows the display of a more detailed and of higher quality image.
|1920 x 1200 pixels|
The pixel pitch shows the distance from the centers of two neighboring pixels. In displays, which have a native resolution (the TFT ones, for example), the pixel pitch depends on the resolution and the size of the screen.
|0.27 mm (millimeters)|
0.027 cm (centimeters)
0.0106 in (inches)
0.0009 ft (feet)
Information of the number of pixels in a unit of length. With the decrease of the display size and the increase of its resolution, the pixel density increases.
|94 ppi (pixels per inch)|
37 ppcm (pixels per centimeter)
The percentage of the approximate area, taken by the active part of the screen, to the total front area.
|83.38 % (percent)|
The backlight is the source of light of the LCD display panels. The type of backlight determines the image quality and the color space of the display. There are various backlights such as CCFL, LED, WLED, RGB-LED, and etc.
sRGB is a color space, developed jointly by Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft in 1996. It is used in different devices such as printers, displays, TV sets, cameras, etc. The sRGB color space covers about 72% of the NTSC color space.
|106.9 % (percent)|
|Adobe RGB (1998)|
Adobe RGB (1998) is a color space, developed by Adobe Systems in 1998. It has a wider gamut than the sRGB (mainly in the cyan-green range of colors) and is widely used in professional printing.
|79.3 % (percent)|
The NTSC (1953) color space is introduced in 1953 by the FCC with the appearance of color television and has a wider gamut than the sRGB.
|75.7 % (percent)|
Information about the brightness of the screen. It is measured in candela per square metre (cd/m²).
|350 cd/m² (candela per square meter)|
The static contrast shows the ratio between the brightest and the darkest color, which the display can reproduce simultaneously, for example, within one and the same frame/scene.
|1000 : 1|
|Horizontal viewing angle|
Information about the maximum horizontal viewing angle, within which the image on the screen is of acceptable quality.
|178 ° (degrees)|
|Vertical viewing angle|
Information about the maximum vertical viewing angle, within which the image on the screen is of acceptable quality.
|178 ° (degrees)|
|Minimum response time|
Information about the minimum amount of time, in which the pixels change from one color to another. Very often the manufacturer provides the response time for transition from grey-to-grey (G2G).
|8 ms (milliseconds)|
0.0080 s (seconds)
|Average response time|
Information about the average amount of time, in which the pixels change from one color to another.
|14 ms (milliseconds)|
0.0140 s (seconds)
Information about the type of coating of the display. There are different types of matte and glossy coatings, each of which has its own advantages and drawbacks.
Information on whether 3D is supported or not.
|Horizontal frequency (analog)|
The horizontal scan rate/frequency shows the number of horizontal lines, displayed by the monitor per second, when it is plugged to an analog source. In CRT displays the horizontal scan rate is the frequency, at which the CRT moves the electron beam from the left to the right of the display in a cycling manner, thus specifying the number of horizontal lines displayed per second.
|31.5 kHz - 93.8 kHz (kilohertz)|
|Horizontal frequency (digital)|
The horizontal scan rate/frequency shows the number of horizontal lines, displayed by the monitor per second, when it is plugged to a digital source.
|31.5 kHz - 91.1 kHz (kilohertz)|
|Vertical frequency (digital)|
The vertical frequency/refresh rate shows how many times in a second the image on the screen is refreshed.
|50 Hz - 85 Hz (hertz)|
Permissible voltage tolerance in a 110-volt electric system.
|100 V - 120 V (volts)|
Permissible voltage tolerance in a 220-volt electric system.
|220 V - 240 V (volts)|
|Alternating current frequency|
Requirement regarding the alternating current frequency in the electric system.
|50 Hz - 60 Hz (hertz)|
|Electric current (A)|
Requirement regarding the electric current rating in amperes (A) of the electric system.
|0.83 A (amperes)|
|Power consumption (off)|
Power consumption in off-mode.
|0.2 W (watts)|
|Power consumption (average)|
Average power consumption in standard work mode.
|25 W (watts)|
Width without stand in different measurement units.
|556.8 mm (millimeters)|
55.68 cm (centimeters)
21.9213 in (inches)
1.8268 ft (feet)
Height without stand in different measurement units.
|361.8 mm (millimeters)|
36.18 cm (centimeters)
14.2441 in (inches)
1.187 ft (feet)
Depth without stand in different measurement units.
|56.8 mm (millimeters)|
5.68 cm (centimeters)
2.2362 in (inches)
0.1864 ft (feet)
Weight without stand in different measurement units.
|5.4 kg (kilograms)|
11.9 lbs (pounds)
|Width with stand|
Width with stand in different measurement units.
|556.8 mm (millimeters)|
55.68 cm (centimeters)
21.9213 in (inches)
1.8268 ft (feet)
|Height with stand|
Height with stand in different measurement units.
|378 mm (millimeters)|
37.8 cm (centimeters)
14.8819 in (inches)
1.2402 ft (feet)
|Depth with stand|
Depth with stand in different measurement units.
|233 mm (millimeters)|
23.3 cm (centimeters)
9.1732 in (inches)
0.7644 ft (feet)
|Weight with stand|
Weight with stand in different measurement units.
|8.2 kg (kilograms)|
18.08 lbs (pounds)
Information about the colors, in which the specific model is offered to the market.
Information about whether there is a possibility for wall mounting according to the VESA Mounting Interface Standard (MIS).
There are many various interfaces under the VESA standard, which differ in the size of the brackets, the distances between the screw holes and their number.
|100 x 100 mm|
Information about whether the stand can be dismounted. Usually, this is required for wall mounting.
Information about whether the stand allows height adjustment.
|Height adjustment range|
Information about the extent to which the stand allows the height to be adjusted.
|150 mm (millimeters)|
15 cm (centimeters)
5.9055 in (inches)
0.4921 ft (feet)
Some displays have the ability to operate in landscape and portrait mode alike.
Degree of pivoting the display counterclockwise.
|0 ° (degrees)|
Degree of pivoting the display clockwise.
|90 ° (degrees)|
Information whether the display can be swiveled around the stand axis.
Maximum swivel degree of the display to the left of the stand axis.
|170 ° (degrees)|
Maximum swivel degree of the display to the right of the stand axis.
|170 ° (degrees)|
Most displays have the ability to be tilted forward and backward as to provide a more comfortable viewing position for the user.
Maximum degree of forward tilting of the display.
|5 ° (degrees)|
Maximum degree of backward tilting of the display.
|30 ° (degrees)|
Information whether the current model has a built-in camera or not.
Information about the available connectivity ports, slots and interfaces such as USB, infrared port, SD card slot, audio/video and network interfaces, etc.
|3 x USB 3.0 (downstream)|
2 x USB 3.0 (upstream)
1 x HDMI 1.4
1 x DisplayPort 1.2
1 x DVI-D Dual Link
1 x D-sub
1 x 3.5 mm Audio In
1 x 3.5 mm Audio Out
|High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)|
Information about additional software features, technologies, functions and services of the model.
Black Level Adjusment
Carbon Footprint Meter
|Certificates, standards and licenses|
List of the standards, certificates and licenses supported/received by the current model.
FCC Class B
MPR II / MPR III
TCO Certified Displays 7.0
The operating temperature shows the safe temperature range (from minimum to maximum), within which the display will function flawlessly. Outside this range it might operate improperly and/or fail entirely.
|5 °C - 35 °C (degrees Celsius)|
41 °F - 95 °F (degrees Fahrenheit)
The operating humidity shows the acceptable level of humidity, in which the display will function flawlessly. It sets a lower and an upper humidity level for safe operation and is measured in percentage.
|20 % - 80 % (percent)|
The operating altitude shows the maximum admissible altitude, at which the display will function flawlessly. Above this level it might not operate properly and/or might seize to function.
|5000 m (meters)|
16404.2 ft (feet)
The storage temperature shows the range from a minimum to a maximum temperature, within which storing of the display is considered to be safe.
|-10 °C - 60 °C (degrees Celsius)|
14 °F - 140 °F (degrees Fahrenheit)
The storage humidity shows the lower and upper humidity limit, which ensures safe storage of the display. Storing it outside these limits might damage the display.
|10 % - 85 % (percent)|
The storage altitude shows the maximum possible altitude for secure storing of the display. Storing it above this limit may result in damaging the display.
|12192 m (meters)|
40000 ft (feet)
Information about some of the main accessories included in the standard packaging of the current model.
DisplayPort cable - mini-DP to DP
USB upstream cable