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IIYAMA ProLite XB2779QQS-S1, Diagonal: 27 "/68.6cm • Resolution: 5120 x 2880, 16: 9 • Brightness: 440cd / m² • Contrast: 1,200: 1 (static), 80,000,000: 1 (dynamic) • Response time: 4ms • Viewing angle: 178 ° / 178 ° • Panel: IPS • Shape: straight • Coating: matt (non-glare) • Backlight: White LED, flicker-free, blue light filter • Color depth: 8bit (16.7 million colors) • Refresh rate : 60Hz • Signal frequency: 30-180kHz (horizontal), 55-75Hz (vertical) • Connectors: 3x HDMI 2.0, 2x DisplayPort 1.4 • Audio: Speaker (2x 2W), 1x Line-In, 1x Line-Out • Ergonomics: 130mm (Height), 90 ° (Pivot), ± 45 ° (Rotation), + 17 ° / -2 ° (Incline) • Color: black (frame), silver (bar), black (base) • VESA: 100x100 (occupied ) • Power consumption: not specified (maximum), 60W (typical), 0.5W (standby) • Annual consumption: 87.60kWh • Power supply: AC-In • Dimensions (WxHxD): 650x564x230mm (with stand) • Weight: 8.20kg (with stand ) Special features: mechanical keys, security lock (Kensington) • Warranty: three years after registration.
Monitors that dissolve at 5,120 × 2,880 pixels, colloquially called 5K, are still exotic.
In the panel IIYAMA seems to rely on a previously unknown model: In contrast to the competition, the color channel is only 8 instead of 10 bits wide. In addition, the IPS panel is expected to achieve a brightness of 440 cd / m² and a contrast of 1,200: 1 - this does not match any other 5K monitor. One thing in common is the diagonal of 27 inches, which achieves a pixel density of 217.57 ppi. IIYAMA relies on a glass front that should not reflect too much through an anti-glare layer.
In the data sheet, the manufacturer speaks only of two Displayport and three HDMI ports. The displaypecifications.com database calls 1.2 standard on the display ports, so users would need to connect both via a graphics card to enjoy 60 Hertz. The use of DisplayPort 1.4 would be surprising, since there is still no single monitor. In the case of HDMI, Iiyama speaks of Ultra HD (3,840 × 2,160 pixels) at 60 hertz, or HDMI 2.0. A height-adjustable stand completes the package