Published on 26th June 2008 by
it's undoubtedly a boon for any IT department looking to roll LCD3090s out across their business.
Originally Posted by gmmail1980Hi Tim,
this time monitor is from professional ones. And I still thinking that paragraphs' - "Objective Image Quality Analysis" header just do not deserve word - "Objective". Human eyes subjective, hardware not (DeltaE measurments pre after calibration). I missing these things. I just can't go with this review to my boss and take responsibility for my companys' spent money. Maybe my thoughts wasnt right around £ 150 value thing (ViewSonic VX1940w review).. But in this case.......... :)
I'm personally using MultiSync® LCD2090UXi and X-Rites' "Eye One Proof" bundle for DTP color management things at my work, and this review can't argue me to upgrade. I need more detailed things...
Originally Posted by OleJAnyway: Is it me not understanding the images in the delay section or did you misinterpret them? I thought the clock was counting up in seconds? In such case the Dell is around .025 faster in all shots but the fourth. ?
Originally Posted by OleJTo put it by the numbers this is NOT a gaming monitor. But again you wouldn't buy this for gaming unless you had too much money and didn't care about refresh rates.
Originally Posted by naokajiQuote:Originally Posted by OleJTo put it by the numbers this is NOT a gaming monitor. But again you wouldn't buy this for gaming unless you had too much money and didn't care about refresh rates.
well, its certainly not a monitor for those playing ut or quake, but for sc2 it would be perfect (it might even drop in price a bit until thats out:D).
Originally Posted by holophrastic.........feel free to call me to ask questions. HolophrasticEnterprises.com/NEC_LCD3090WQXi
Originally Posted by pcadvisorThe NEC MultiSync 3090WQXi display connects to your PC using one of the two DVI inputs.
You'll need to use the included dual-link cable to run the display at its native 2,560-by-1,600-pixel resolution.
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