Can someone explain why those monitors are so expensive?
The 21.3" NEC MultiSync MD11G5 an LED-backlit medical-grade widescreen diagnostic display, is designed for the demanding needs of healthcare professionals in medical imaging and PACS. This 5-megapixel model has an IPS panel to provide precise grayscale reproduction and wide viewing angles, as well as integrated backlight and front sensors, which constantly monitor and adjust brightness to maintain the factory DICOM GSDF calibration. The MD211G5 includes a has four-way ergonomic stand, including height-adjust, swivel, tilt and pivot. The display offers both DisplayPort and DVI-D inputs, built-in two-port USB hub, and 11.9-bit lookup tables (LUTs) with 1024 levels of gray for smooth images and hardware calibration.
It's also 2560x2048/2048x2560. --- god invented extension cords. -elchris79 Starcraft 2 has no depth or challenge -GoreGross
#19AnDtuigeannTuPosted 9/1/2014 1:56:53 PM
I didn't even realise you could buy 2000 dollar ram.
You'd think for $2k you'd at LEAST get DDR4, I mean c'mon.
I love how almost everything except the proc gets free shipping, even though the proc is probably gonna have the smallest box out of all the components --- Doesn't matter how well you're doing, if you're arguing on the internet, you've already lost.