The NEC PA302W has been my wide gamut calibrated workhorse display for some time now. I strongly prefer its 2560 X 1600 resolution in 30-inch form factor over the 2560 X 1440 shape in a 27" form factor: significantly more working area in a more useful aspect ratio, and slightly larger pixels (lower pixel density).
Now, get the NEC PA302W with calibration option (BK-SV) for $1799, which is about $800 down from its usual selling price. The BK-SV model includes the hardware calibrator and SpectraView II calibration, both essential for getting the best out of the PA302W.
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While the PA322UHD 32-Inch Professional UltraHD 4K display is an option for some, a 4K display cannot be used at 4K resolution on older Macs: latest iMac, MacBook Pro Retina or 2013 Mac Pro needed to drive it,