Of all the new products Apple released the previous day, I was most impressed with the $ 5000 screen called Pro Display XDR. What is so expensive, has special technology or technology in this?
1. Unique design
The screen has the same design as the newly released Mac Pro. 6K panels are wrapped in a convenient aluminum shell with multiple radiator holes on the back. Each of these holes is carefully machined on all sides (it comes in 3D) to create a luxurious look, according to the Apple video, as well as enhancing the ability to remove hot air for the device due to further area Exposed to air increased more than 2 times.
The front of the screen is made of thin, similarly designed iPad Pro 2018. In fact, the thin edges are many screens on the market that have been done for a long time, but as thin as the way Pro Display XDR does, not many firms. can be achieved (except for some Dell screens).
2. The screen's LED backlight changes according to the content
Apple said that Pro Display XDR backlight will change depending on what is displayed on the screen, so depending on the area, it will be brighter or darker. This is how LCD TVs have local dimming functionality, just that we rarely see it on a computer screen, not too new.
There are 576 green LEDs (which helps control light better than white LEDs), 12 high-speed controllers that work together. Each LED bulb is coated with a reflective layer, a customizable Apple lens, which a cavity reflector is specially designed to deliver light with high efficiency. As a result, Pro Display XDR's brightness can reach 1000 nit on the entire screen area, or increase to 1600 nit when needed.
Combining good lighting control and high brightness, the contrast is also high: 1,000,000: 1. This means that the image between the bright and dark areas is good, not lost or so black that it disappears.
3. XDR colors
Made for pro people, who demand rigorous graphics and colors (due to their work, their money is or are largely due to color), the Pro Display XDR has a 10-bit color depth. and support 100% color gamut P3. The amount of color that this screen can reproduce is 1,073 billion colors, which is equivalent to many pro products from HP and Dell. Apple has also carefully calibrated colors before leaving the factory, plus good algorithms that promise to bring high image quality.
Extreme Dynamic Range XDR is used by Apple to indicate the combination of both brightness, color and contrast you read in sections 2 and 3 of this article.
4. Anti-glare glass
Pro Display XDR is made to be used when shooting movies, shooting outdoors at film studios, so it has good anti-reflection capabilities. There is also a $ 1000 option, when Pro Display XDR will use the nano-texture anti-glare glass. According to Apple:
"Normal anti-glare screens will be coated with a chemical layer to disperse light, but this layer reduces the contrast and creates unwanted blur. Meanwhile, the nano-texture of Pro Display. XDR is essentially the line of engraving on the glass surface at the nanometer level, which helps the screen to maintain the display quality while the reflection is kept to the lowest level. "
5. Brackets 1000 $
This stand will help the screen tilt, rotate at any angle you want, it is also made from block aluminum with a sharp design, and the price is not cheap at all: $ 1000. Brackets attached to the screen through magnets.
Some other technical information:
- 32 "diagonal size, 16: 9 ratio
- Real 6K 6016 x 3384 resolution, totaling more than 20 million pixels
- 218 ppi pixel size