Placeholder Image

字幕列表 影片播放

  • What's up guys and community here and welcome back to Apple Pro Week.

  • You saw the Mac Pro Video.

  • The second impressions.

  • If you didn't that would be linked up here below like Button.

  • This is the other piece of that kit.

  • It's the pro display x d are.

  • So these will both get longer term reviews.

  • And I've committed to keeping you guys updated on Twitter with in term findings and things like that.

  • Suggestions for things you want to know, whatever benchmarks may happen, et cetera, But in the meantime, this is a quick sort of second impressions after using them for a bit and an unboxing of the pro display X, t r and ah, the pro stand.

  • Also, before you start freaking out about my being a bit red, Yes, your boy got LASIK two days ago.

  • No more glasses and my vision right now is actually incredible.

  • Like I can see, like, kind of everything.

  • In fact, you got a little you got a little lint on your shirt right now.

  • Anyway, that a little bit of breezing, it'll go away soon.

  • Try to ignore for this video.

  • Let's get intothe.

  • All right, so huge cardboard shipping box again and inside have protest.

  • Alexey, our box that's very large and very flat kind of expected it to be a bit more colorful, like all the rest of the ads for it.

  • But just a plain white box again.

  • And then you get the box within the box, which you have some accessories for the monitor that would be a thick, seven inch by seven inch micro fiber cloth with a little apple logo on it.

  • Uh, the whole thing is about the size of a CD.

  • It's really thick, actually.

  • But okay, and then you get your power cable and your thunder ball cable, both black, both braided, both very high quality and in the box, like cleverly shifts to each side to give you a little more room to pull the display out.

  • This is a really nice touch, and it's easy to come off like a Fanboy saying this.

  • But the Mac pro packaging and the pro display packaging are some of the nicest product boxes I've seen in a while, so yeah, they'll do great on box therapy.

  • And then, of course, you can't forget your paperwork, which does include tomb or gigantic Apple stickers the same size as the Mac pros.

  • Apple stickers Again, I'm not putting them on my car, but if I did want to match a matte black car, I totally could anyway, all right.

  • I've been a fan of boxy designs on stuff in the past.

  • The new iPod pros.

  • Some smartphones like the note nine and No.

  • 10 in the past, and boxy stuff like this.

  • So I really like the squared off sides of the new pro display next year, and you see that right away.

  • It's so flat on the sides that you can just stand it up on its own without a stand.

  • Actually thought about leaving it there for a while while I went and got the stand, but then I thought a bit more rationally about it and just rest it on the side for a bit.

  • So then comes everyone's favorite piece, the Apple Pro stand.

  • So Apple, famously on stage, announced this as ah, $5000 monitor with an optional $1000 stand, I said, That's crazy.

  • It's a $6000 monitor that you can buy without the stand.

  • If you want 1000 bucks off But either way, this is the grand for a stand that got a lot of attention.

  • The box it comes in No, which is separate, not gonna lie.

  • It's also a really nice box, and you get the stand out and it's just this slab of solid aluminum.

  • As it expect.

  • It's protected in all sorts of ways by various stickers and cloths.

  • But then the final piece of the puzzle is taking the pro display and snapping it on, connecting it to the stand, which, thanks to magnets, he is super easy and really satisfying.

  • So they haven't so.

  • I'm not even a lie low key between the new Mac pro and the Produce Blacks tr.

  • I think I was looking forward to the new display for longer than I was looking forward to the new Mac Pro like some of you guys might not know if your newer but for years I was a dual monitor person.

  • Hard core.

  • I really loved my older pair of 31 inch del ultra sharp matte finish, boxy monitors that I used for years and years after some other do monitor combinations that I tried.

  • These were amazing.

  • So when the eye.

  • Mac Pro came out.

  • You know, it was great having all that power and everything.

  • But now that I've moved to a single glossy display with huge, ugly bez ALS, that was kind of killing me.

  • So these displays are clean, modern looking, kind of boxy, the way I like them.

  • Um, yeah, I'm just really happy to exist.

  • Yeah, these are very unconventional, very unusual displays in a lot of ways, from the spec sheet to the price to the target demographic to the stand.

  • It comes on.

  • So two weeks into using it, here are some of my thoughts.

  • First of all, this is the anti glare version, so you're not going to see any sort of light reflections.

  • This is $1000 option on Apple's website.

  • Now, typically, a mad version of a display will have that top panel of glass have a film on top of it that is anti glare.

  • What Apple's described this, as is they've nano etched the back of this top layer of glass so that the coating is not like visible or felt by your hand.

  • But it's underneath, and that will scatter the light ways and stop the reflections to me, the anti glare reflectiveness is really, really good.

  • So there there was no way I was gonna go back to a glossy monitor again.

  • And this super reinforced that decision.

  • You can see with this monitor next to a glossy display.

  • The difference is very clear.

  • They have done a great job with this, and it looks great from every conceivable angle.

  • The only downside is I think this has a real effect.

  • Whips.

  • This has a real effect on the viewing angle.

  • So if you see this looks like a pretty even little display.

  • If you look on Apple site, they'll say it hasn't essentially ah, 180 degree viewing angle.

  • Like they say, you can look at pretty much any angle and get the same image.

  • But look at the way it just sort sort of gets darker instantly on the sides here.

  • And that's the way it looks in person.

  • It's not perfectly uniform across the entire thing as faras Ewing angle, which I want to test out, possibly looking at the glossy version of this and seeing if it does that same thing the same way.

  • But it's not perfectly uniform.

  • This is why I told the monitors towards me in my set up instead of having them flat.

  • Then the ports on the back of the monitor are pretty nice toe have so with this one to get three USB Type C and one thunderbolt for input.

  • And if you plug this monitor into a Mac book pro, it charges the laptop through that thunderbolt cable, which saves your cable coming out of the laptop like some other monitors do.

  • Um, and also on the back is your power and the braided power cable, which is nice and high quality and about six feet long.

  • And then you, of course, have all the holes in the back of the monitor for ventilation.

  • What's nice, though, is it is completely silent, which is not true about every other display in this class.

  • Now, for the full review, I'll be going more into detail with other pro displays, which don't all have the same features set and don't all look like this.

  • But for now, yeah, it's a silent monitors.

  • Ventilation does its job, and also you never have to look at the back of the monitor once you've put it on your desk.

  • so that's great.

  • But the front the front of this monitor, which you look at all the time, is great.

  • It's everything I could ask for in a monitor.

  • Except for high refresher, it's a 32 inch diagonal thin bezels boxy with sharp corners, six k resolution, 1000 knits, sustained brightness with 1600 its peak 576 local dimming zones, which give you a 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio and a fully accurate P three color gamut and 10 big color death.

  • To me, the six K resolution is not the most impressive part.

  • We had a 27 inch, five K I.

  • Mac, if you scale that up to 32 inches, you naturally arrive at a similar pixel density for a six K 32 inch display.

  • But what I really was impressed with was the contrast.

  • All those local dinning zones have that about as close to an old as I've seen in an I.

  • P.

  • S or not Oh, led display.

  • It's not quite the same.

  • You can still see a little bit of bleeding, which somehow apple avoided in their demos.

  • They look like there would be no bleeding at all.

  • There is still a little bit, but it's really impressive.

  • So is a pixel lover.

  • I am definitely liking that.

  • But also, I should say when I connected this stand at the end of the video, I should reiterate connecting the stand is really impressive.

  • It literally snaps on with magnets and takes no effort at all.

  • And then this stand itself is actually really, really nice.

  • Okay, so it's made of a solid piece of metal, so it's hefty.

  • It's weighted.

  • It doesn't wobble with the monitor of this size at all.

  • So it's a good start and then its height adjustable with a single finger if you want.

  • And at any point, if you want to switch to a portrait for any reason, there's a switch on the back that only activates when you're high enough that there's clearance.

  • So you find that switch, you flip it to unlock, and the whole thing swivels easily to portrait and the you even automatically switches to portrait mode without you having to do anything in the settings.

  • That's pretty sweet.

  • Eso really the hinge that's holding it up is just perfectly balanced and waited that a monitor this exact size feels effortless to maneuver around on your desk whenever you want.

  • Now all that being said is this stand worth 1000 bucks?

  • Um, the good answer is just No, that's an insane amount to pay for a stand.

  • But then again, it's kind of hard to evaluate the price of a monitor stand like nothing else really does what this one does.

  • Nothing's made of the same stuff all the way around.

  • Nothing has this level of effort into design.

  • How much does this stuff matter to you?

  • Also?

  • How much do people normally pay for?

  • Monitor stands like on the Apple website?

  • It says the protest flex T.

  • R weighs 16 and 1/2 pounds, and on Amazon, you can get a dual screen monitor stand made of plastic that supports up to £22 each for 33 bucks plus shipping.

  • So that and Avi's amount and you're set.

  • But would you what would you get that for the protest?

  • Black cr?

  • I don't know.

  • I don't I don't think I would have two people that end up getting one of these businesses don't even need a stand.

  • They'll just get the Visa Mountain plop this into their current setup and don't need to buy the pro stand.

  • But the other half that just have millions of dollars to pour into production.

  • We'll just get the pro stand anyway and put it on their desk and they'll enjoy it.

  • It'll be great.

  • And then the last few percent people who are high end consumers, people like me.

  • Other YouTubers will get the pro stand, and we'll also like it a lot.

  • And I will be comfortable saying, This is the best stand you can get for the protest plex tr.

  • But it also probably is still overpriced.

  • So image quality.

  • Amazing as you would expect, color accuracy, excellent couple of video edits and I can verify It's been really nice viewing angles a little bit questionable, but I told them towards me.

  • So it's no big deal anyway.

  • And also it supports true tone out the box, which is their automatic color shifting based on the environment around you.

  • There's sensors up there for that, and it's on by default.

  • I I'm not sure why that's on by default.

  • Anyway, I'm really impressed.

  • So far, Um, having to is a major setup upgrade for me.

  • I'll tell you right now, having to six Kate monitors on my desk is fantastic.

  • I'll tell you what.

  • Getting LASIK and then getting to six K displays and editing videos is a totally different experience in one month than it was before.

  • But anyway, yeah, full review coming up, which will include some thoughts on HDR some workflow talk and what that potentially means for YouTube videos.

  • Um, and, of course, some comparisons to some other pro monitors.

  • So keep it locked here for your holiday tech videos.

  • Definitely subscribe if you haven't already knew.

  • Retro tech episode coming on Monday And that one is second Genesis.

  • If you haven't seen it yet, it's really good.

  • So, uh, yeah keeps rolling on.

  • Can I call this deceptive?

  • Tex Ember Tex Tex Ember I'm gonna call Tex Ember.

  • Thanks for watching.

  • Can't you have the next one base?

What's up guys and community here and welcome back to Apple Pro Week.

字幕與單字

影片操作 你可以在這邊進行「影片」的調整,以及「字幕」的顯示

B1 中級

蘋果專業顯示器XDR:大展身手? (Apple Pro Display XDR: A Grand Stand?!)

  • 0 0
    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
影片單字