A bigger display for your biggest ideas.
Connect your Mac with Mini DisplayPort to the LED Cinema Display for a panoramic viewing experience unlike any other. You get a huge 27-inch glossy widescreen display with a cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio and an astonishing 2560-by-1440 resolution. With 60 percent more pixels than the 24-inch LED Cinema Display, the 27-inch LED Cinema Display gives you even more room for all your windows and applications.
LED backlighting. One bright idea.
Full brightness with no waiting. That’s the big advantage of LED backlight technology. Unlike most displays that take time to warm up before they reach maximum brightness, an LED-backlit display is instantly on and uniformly bright. LED backlighting also gives you greater control over screen brightness. So you can tune the LED Cinema Display to suit the ambient light in even the dimmest room.
1. Apple LED Cinema Display (27-inch, 2010) by Cnet
As a desktop display and USB extender, the 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display works wonderfully; however, for $1,000, there are better monitors that offer more options, including PC and Mac compatibility. Let’s get right to it. If you’re considering purchasing the 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display, know that you’ll need a Mac with a Mini DisplayPort connection in order to use it. If you only own a PC or older Mac, you’re out of luck.
2. Apple LED Cinema Display by Macworld.com
Apple’s new LED Cinema Display is the company’s first display designed specifically for use with its laptop line. The new display looks a lot like a 24-inch iMac (), minus an inch or so of thickness and the few inches below the iMac’s screen. It’s a bright and glossy-screened LCD that has some very appealing features, but a very limited list of supported Macs.
3. Apple’s 24-inch LED Cinema Display Review by Engadget
Prior to October 14th of this year, Apple hadn’t updated its Cinema Display line in years. Literally. There’s no doubt that this refresh is entirely overdue, and we still hold that Apple should’ve taken the opportunity to refresh its now-archaic 20 and 30-inch counterparts. All that aside, this writeup is about the new 24-incher, a LED-backlit beauty that doesn’t mind being called glossy and is clearly partial to notebooks. The screen packs the same 1,920 x 1,200 resolution that was on the 23-incher it replaced, but ditches that DVI connector in favor of the newer, less widely adopted DisplayPort. So, is the newfangled screen worth $899.
- Manufacturer: Apple
- Part Number:MC007LL/A
- Display Type LCD display / TFT active matrix – LED backlight
- TFT Technology IPS
- Built-in Devices Camera ,
- Width 25.7 in
- Depth 8.15 in
- Height 19.34 in
- Weight 23.5 oz
- Diagonal Size 27 in,
- Viewable Size 27 in
- Max Resolution 2560 x 1440
- Color Support 16.7 million colors
- Response Time 12 ms
- Video Output None
- Signal Input Mini DisplayPort
- Features Aluminum enclosure,
- Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
- Image Brightness 375 Joules
- Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1
- Image Max H-View Angle 178
- Image Max V-View Angle 178
- Type Speakers with subwoofer – Integrated
Expansion / Connectivity
- Interfaces 1 x – Apple mini-DisplayPort,
3 x Hi-Speed USB – 4 pin USB Type A
- Cables Included 1 x Mini DisplayPort / USB cable
- Features Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
- Form Factor Internal
- Voltage Required AC 120/230 V
- Power Consumption Operational 250 Watt
- Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 1
Software / System Requirements
- Min Operating system Apple MacOS X 10.6.4 or later
- Operating humidity range 20 – 80%
- Service & Support 1 year warranty
- Service & Support Details Limited warranty – 1 year, Technical support – Phone consulting – 90 days