Engage viewers with pure color.

See exactly what you need to see with NEC color critical display solutions. From corporate logos to product advertising and from the perfect photograph to cutting edge-video production, you can trust NEC color critical solutions to consistently deliver color fidelity.

A combination of factory calibrated displays and user-friendly software provide accurate color from content creation through digital presentation. NEC's award-winning color critical desktops are ideal for creating content designed for any medium, including print, digital signage and online. The NEC digital signage displays will effectively display digital content in a multitude of single and video wall configurations.

You can trust the predictable accuracy of NEC color critical solutions.

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“The color accuracy is amazing. NEC has a wider color spectrum than other displays we’ve tried, and the colors translate accurately from the screen to print. There are no compromises. When a printed piece comes back, you can hold it next to the display and the two are identical. We’re now getting what we’re seeing, which makes it easier for us to obtain the results our highprofile clients want.” said JIM JORDAN PHOTOGRAPHY / WHITE CROSS PRODUCTIONS

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FEATURED COLOR CRITICAL PRODUCTS

46” LED Backlit Professional-Grade Large Screen Display 46” LED Backlit Professional-Grade Large Screen Display
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30" Color Accurate Desktop Monitor (Black) 30" Color Accurate Desktop Monitor (Black)
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4500-lumen Widescreen Entry-Level Professional Installation Projector 4500-lumen Widescreen Entry-Level Professional Installation Projector
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“Based on our blind testing and the outcome of the installations, I can verify that the clarity found in these displays is superior. We certainly made the right decision in continuing the NEC trend by adding their displays to our medical workstations.” said ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES (AHS)