The Cinema Display produced by Apple was always a top-tier, high-end, super-screen-fanboy display. Now there’s a 27-inch version with a pixel density of 2560 x 1440 – 60% more than the smaller 24-inch version. The cinema display is still powered by LEDs, has a Mini DisplayPort connector, 3 rear-faced USB ports, stereo speakers, and a built-in iSight camera on the top bezel.
It’s isn’t cheap, but it’s for the quality, and it’s amazing. Fine, I’ll get to the point — it costs $999. But hey, Dell’s U2711 retails for $1,099 and HP’s 24-inch DreamColor display costs $1,999, so the 27-inch Cinema Display can probably hold its own in full Adobe RGB color tests.