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MSI Introduces Modern MD272P Monitor for Everyday and Office Tasks

MSI has announced the Modern MD272P monitor designed for everyday tasks. Representatives of the company noted that the device is suitable for home or office use.

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The device is assembled on the basis of a 27-inch IPS-matrix with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The screen refresh rate is 75Hz and the response time is 5ms. The monitor covers 100% of the sRGB color space and can reproduce 16.7 million colors. The brightness of the matrix is ​​250 cd/m2.

On the back of the monitor are HDMI (2.0b), DisplayPort (1.2a) and USB-C ports with support for 65W Power delivery technology. There is also support for a technology that allows you to use one set of mouse and keyboard to control multiple connected devices.

The monitor version numbered MD272P is available in black, and MD272W is available in white. The complete stand allows you to adjust the height of the monitor relative to the table, the angle of inclination and rotation of the screen. Users also have the ability to switch the monitor from landscape to portrait. The manufacturer has provided the device with a number of features to maintain eye health and stated that the monitor supports PC, Mac, PlayStation, Xbox and mobile gadgets.

Author: Michael Zippo
2022/08/01

https://linkedin.com/in/michael-zippo-9136441b1
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