The widescreen design of the Apple Cinema Display offers a natural format for arranging documents the way your brain processes them - longer wide than high. It just makes sense to be able to display a Web page and its code next to each other horizontally, or long video timelines in wide format. Its widescreen format makes this a perfect display for creative professionals. With room for viewing two full pages of graphics and text simultaneously, you can forget about wasting time scrolling through a document or toggling between windows. And you'll have plenty of room for tear-off menus, palettes, and toolbars. The display matches the sculpted aluminum enclosures of the Power Mac G5 and PowerBook. This strong, anodized aluminum also allows for an exceptionally narrow bezel, so you can use multiple displays together seamlessly. The Cinema Display hovers above your desk on a curvaceous stand, and hardly requires any pressure to adjust the viewing angle from -5 to 25 , since the enclosure is the lightest 20" Apple display ever.The Cinema Display includes a FireWire 400 hub and a USB 2.0 hub, each with two ports, so you can connect a printer or scanner, or a digital camera or camcorder. It supports resolutions up to 1680 x 1050 in 16.7 million colors and features a 0.258mm pixel pitch, 700:1 contrast ratio, 170-degree viewing angle in every direction and 300 nits of brightness.
|Display size||20.0 inches|
|Color depth||16.7 Million Colors (24-bit)|
|Viewable size||20.0 inches|
|Horizontal viewing angle||170.0 â|
|Vertical viewing angle||170.0 â|
|Resolution||1680 x 1050 pixels|