Apple Cinema display LED
A 27-inch widescreen show with Light-emitting Diode backlight technology. Breathtaking is an understatement.
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Connect your Thunderbolt-enabled Mac to your Apple Thunderbolt show for a panoramic viewing experience unlike any kind of. This huge 27-inch glossy widescreen show features a cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio and an astonishing 2560-by-1440 quality. That offers you more room to do business with apps in your MacBook Air. Even more pixels for the MacBook Pro. And a worthy desktop companion towards iMac or Mac mini.
Light-emitting Diode backlighting. Brilliant on.
Full brightness without any waiting. That’s the major advantage of Light-emitting Diode backlight technology. Unlike many shows that take the time to warm up before they achieve optimum brightness, an LED-backlit display is immediately on and uniformly brilliant. LED backlighting in addition provides better control of display screen brightness. To help you tune the Thunderbolt show to match the background light in even the dimmest area.
Crystal clear out of every angle.
The Thunderbolt show seems great from any seat in the home, through a premium display technology known as in-plane flipping (IPS). IPS provides a bright image with exemplary color consistency, regardless of if you’re watching the screen from side.
Big, gorgeous sound.
The Thunderbolt show gives you more than video clip. It provides you audio, also. The integrated speaker system includes a subwoofer that delivers immersive, full-range noise for songs, flicks, and games.
Built-in FaceTime HD digital camera and microphone.
Using the integrated FaceTime HD digital camera and microphone, you can link your Mac desktop or laptop — available or closed — while making HD video clip telephone calls or take some snapshots using Photo Booth.
Ambient light sensor.
The ambient light sensor intelligently adjusts the brightness for the Thunderbolt show towards space environment. This gives the perfect brightness for scenario with all the minimum amount of energy necessary.