It seems that plenty of monitors are switching over to a 16:9 aspect ratio, but today we have one from NEC that is a 16:10 screen. The NEC MultiSync P241W monitor is a 24", 1920x1200 resolution monitor using an e-IPS panel. It also includes a USB hub that makes use of DisplaySync Pro, which allows you to use one keyboard, mouse, and monitor across two different computers. The P241W also has version that includes a hardware color calibration kit, the NEC SpectraView kit, though at a slightly higher price than just the base P241W. The e-IPS panel features 96.7% of the sRGB color gamut, making it ideal for graphic professionals who need the most accurate color reproduction possible. It has a 1000:1 static contrast ratio, an 8ms GTG response time, plus Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture capabilities. It has DisplayPort, DVI-D, and VGA inputs, a four-way stand, and an ECO Mode to help you conserve energy.
The NEC MultiSync P241W monitor will start shipping later this month. It will set you back $749, while the P241W-BK-SV, the one with the included calibration kit, will cost $999.