Both cater to creative-content professionals and allow them to achieve similar results in different fields, thanks to four special modes—Darkroom, Animation, CAD/CAM, and DualView.
Both displays are further backed by UHD 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160, coverage for 99% of the sRGB and Rec. 709 color gamuts, HDR10 for an expanded color palette, 1.07 billion colors, and AMD FreeSync, which helps reduce screen tearing, blurring, and artifacts.
Ease of use is further facilitated with single-cable USB Type-C connectivity, which carries power, audio, video, and 5 Gb/s of data via one cable, although there are also DisplayPort and HDMI inputs, as well as dual 2.5W speakers and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Aside from the display size, these monitors are virtually identical, with the main differences being the contrast ratio (1000:1 vs. 1200:1) and Power Delivery from the USB Type-C port (90W vs. 65W). Thanks to additional USB Type-C and Type-A connectivity, users will be able to connect accessories and use these displays as a KVM switch, while Display Pilot software lets you access designer-friendly features. To multitask more efficiently, Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture-by-Picture (PBP) are both supported.
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