Ergonomics of NEC PA Displays
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The NEC wide-gamut PA displays can be rotated vertically or horizontally, raised or lowered, or angled forward or back. By comparison, Apple displays are an ergonomic neck-ache: limited adjustability and a high glare screen entirely unsuitable for serious photography and/or print-making.
For those who work long hours at the computer, ergonomics are critical for health, especially the head and neck, which must be positioned properly relative to the display. Your author once incurred thousand dollars in medical costs and pain resulting from neck injury from poor ergonomics, and that was at a relatively young age BHL*. I applaud NEC’s flexible design.
* Before hair loss.
Adjustability and orientation
The display can be raised or lowered, tilted or swiveled and/or oriented for landscape or portrait viewing.
Portrait mode is terrific for web page viewing; with two displays one can enjoy a highly productive work environment (one 30-inch display in landscape orientation for the main screen, and one 30-inch display in portrait orientation, or vice versa).