- 2490WUXi and 2490WUXi2 are "normal" gamut displays (~sRGB), 24" Disppays:2490WUXi2-BK
- 2690WUXi is wide gamut display (~AdobeRGB),
- 2690WUXi2 is a little bit wider than 2690WUXi gamut display (>AdobeRGB)
is $1099.00, covers sRGB gamut, supports
Spectraview, but the Spectraview software is an additional $89.00, and you use your own device (if supported).
Assuming you are going to want to take advantage of their dedicated the software, for an extra 100 bucks, you might as well get the dedicated colorimeter and buy the SV model of that size listed below.2490W2-BK-SV
is $1299.00, covers sRGB gamut, and comes with software and colorimeter.2490WUXiSV
is $1299.00, covers 75% of AdobeRGB gamut, and comes with software and colorimeter.26" Displays:2690WUXi2-BK
is $1199.00, covers 97.8% of AdobeRGB, supports
Spectraview, but the Spectraview software is an additional $89.00, and you use your own device (if supported). 2690W2-BK-SV
is $1449.00, covers 97% of AdobeRGB, and comes with software and colorimeter.
It seems the 26" displays that are cherry picked for SV status are rated a bit smaller gamut than the regular MultiSync line.
If you are used to working with other sRGB gamut displays in the studio, would going to an AdobeRGB, or a 75% AdobeRGB gamut throw off your visual comfort level? I've read that some folks seem the AdobeRGB displays appear bit flat.