On the same day of the presentation of the Mac Studio Apple presented the Studio Display, which is a high-performance monitor, which includes a 27-inch 5K retina display, in addition to having a 12MP ultra-wide angle camera, three studio-quality microphones and a six-speaker sound system with spatial audio.
In total, it has more than 14.7 million pixels, brightness of 600 nits, one billion colors, P3 color gamut. In addition, it has True Tone, which is a certification focused on making the monitor look more natural and you can automatically adjust the color temperature according to the environment. It also has anti-glare coating and nano textured glass, which is focused on spaces that have a lot of sunlight.
Because the monitor incorporates an A13 Bionic chip, it has features such as centered framing, spatial audio enhancement and the function to activate Siri with the voice.
In addition, you can choose between two bases and a mounting adapter, for the user to choose according to their needs.
Shortcomings and Limitations
Despite its excellent design, the Studio Display does not have Apple’s ProMotion Technology and is limited to a 60 Hz. The Studio Display also cuts its performance by not being used with computers running MacOS due to the incompatibility of the A13 Bionic chip with other Operating Systems.
Details and Price
Studio Display from one thousand 599 dollars and if the textured nano glass is added it goes up to one thousand 999 dollars and reaching a maximum cost of 2 thousand 299 dollars in case of choosing the adjustable support in height and inclination.