Published on 15th April 2009 by
Originally Posted by djDEATHsays DVI and VGA - but do i spy an S-Video port on the back too???
what this monitor really needs is a 1,920 x 1,200 native resolution
Originally Posted by VelesI think I'll take a TN panel at 1/3 of the price thanks :p
Originally Posted by JipaToo little, too late... Or actually, too much and too late. I mean real image-editing pros aside, who's going to be happy to pay over £400 for a 1680x1050 22" screen? I'm all in for image quality, and would never buy a TN screen (for the primary screen anyway), but even for me this just seems... Kinda bad.
Originally Posted by tzangNEC LCD monitors are brilliant, especially on their current 24"+ models but this 22" just doesn't seem right. Putting a S-PVA panel on a market already littered with 24" S-PVA panels that are cheaper and has more inputs or functionality simply makes no sense (Dell, Dell and Dell springs to mind).
As already addressed in the review, the S-PVA panel with overdrive has always been a concern and became quite a serious issue for Dell when they released the Dell 2407WFP-HC and later offered a full refund to customers due to the huge number of complaints (although I kept mine until I switched to a different 24" when I couldn't take it anymore). At this sort of price, I really can't see why NEC opted for this panel.
And I can't see why anyone would buy this monitor when they could get a more reasonable 24" (on a 16:10 ratio) monitor for a similar price... better yet, forget the HP LP2275W, the HP LP2475W with a S-IPS panel can be had for cheaper and is a far better monitor.
Originally Posted by hikibofori"Sadly, therefore, the quest for the perfect 22 incher continues."
Lenovo L220x is the answer. A perfect one (at least for me).
S-PVA, 1920x1200, 92% color gamut, 178 angle.
Originally Posted by hikibofori
You can find at ~400 euros
Originally Posted by Slyr7.62I will never pay over $350 for a 19 or 22" monitor because that's what my "old" Viewsonic G90F was brand new.
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