INNOCN 29″ Ultrawide Computer Monitor WFHD 2560 x 1080P 21:9 IPS Display 350Nits 99% sRGB Type C DP HDMI PC Monitor, 75Hz, HDR10, Vertical, Ultra Narrow Bezel, Wall Mountable – 29C1F
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【29 Inch Ultrawide Computer WFHD Monitor】INNOCN 29″ WFHD 2560*1080p ultrawide screen computer monitor provides you top picture/video quality viewing experience, it delivers advanced IPS panel with LCD Backlit Technology, 178° wide viewing angle and 3-side ultra narrow bezel design,1000:1 contrast ratio,16.7m colors, 75hz refresh rate, ∆E＜2
【USB C, DP and HDMI Ports】 This USB C computer monitor have richful interfaces: 1 x DP, 1 x USB C, 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x HDMI, 1 x 3.5MM Audio Jack. We cancelled the traditional DVI/VGA ports and adopt much powerful USB Type C and DP interface, you can directly connect your USB C devices such as laptop, Mac, Phones, Tablets and more, It’s much more convenient
【HDR 10 with Adaptive FreeSync】INNOCN 29-inch computer monitor adopt high dynamic range (HDR) technology with professional color gamut delivers contrast and color performance that meets the Display HDR 10 and Adaptive FreeSync, bring smooth images and video viewing experience
【Gravity Sensor Rotating & Height & Pivot Adjustment】INNOCN 29C1F computer monitor built-in gravity sensor and the Pivot is adjustable: left/right: 45°, up/down±5″,Forward: 5°, Backward: 20°, Pivot: ±90°, Ergonomic design for daily usage
【Endless Creativity and Boost Productivity with INNOCN Monitor】INNOCN monitor focus on color, provide excellent viewing experience when you’re working from home, office duty, design, photo/video editing and gaming. All the accessories are included in the package, and you’ll have our 7*24 hours online quick technology resolution customer service