by April 6, 2004 0 comments

This was the second cheapest monitor of the lot after Samsung, and like its cousin, has the highest brightness/contrast levels, and lowest response time. With these high ratings, it consumes more power at 33 Watts. 

The monitor’s OSD controls take time to get used to. An auto adjustment button only sets screen geometry and not brightness and contrast levels. A Turbo button has three preset views for Picture, Text and Eco. But in Picure mode, brightness shoots to 100%, causing eye strain. While it has wide horizontal and vertical viewing angles of 170 and 120 degrees, its readability from
these wide angles wasn’t as good as the other monitors. 

Snapshot
Price : Rs 21,000
Meant for : office Desktop
Features : Built in speakers, highest brightness and contrast, 16 ms response time
Pros : Well priced
Cons : Picture view mode turns brightness to 100%, causing eye-strain
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