Apple just brought in the Philippines what could possibly the most expensive consumer monitor to date. Meet the Apple Pro Display XDR.
The Apple Pro Display XDR was made to go with the new Apple Mac Pro. Both machines, when in tandem, aims to provide uncompromised performance for creatives and whoever requires too much from their machines.
It’s said to be the very first 32-inch Retina screen to come with a 6K resolution. That’s 6061 x 3884 pixels, which provides 218 pixels-per-inch on this size.
The term XDR came from its Extreme Dynamic Range, which is basically a more advanced version of the traditional HDR technology. It offers 1,000,000:1 dynamic ratio, 1,000 nits of sustained brightness, and peaks at 1,600 nits.
Since it’s geared for content creators, the Apple Pro Display XDR has a 10-bit color and P3 wide color gamut. The screen is available in two models. You can get it in standard glass or the one with nano-texture glass that diminishes glares, minus the matte effect that you get from other screens.
Oh, and of course, it has the cheese grater design on the back. This design improves the thermals on the inside since it is powering a high-resolution screen.
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Now, in the most interesting part. The Apple Pro Display XDR has a price of Php299,990, while an upgrade to the nano-texture glass will be at Php359,990. There’s also the infamous Apple Pro Stand that has a whopping price of Php57,990. But if you want to go with something ‘cheaper’, you can mount it elsewhere with the proprietary VESA Mount Adapter that costs Php11,490.