by April 6, 2004 0 comments



Compared to others, this monitor wasn’t clad with features, but had a few good ones to boast of. For one, like its cousin, it had the highest brightness level and contrast ratio of the lot. Add to that a low response time of only 16 ms and an attractive price tag of 22k, and you have a very good choice for the corporate desktop. Another feature that makes it suitable here is the built-in speakers. The monitor is slim and lightweight, weighing only 2.6 kgs, and comes with an external power supply. It isn’t wall mountable though, and you can only tilt it till 25 degrees, unlike some others that can tilt up to 90 degrees. 

It isn’t bad in the performance department either, with very wide horizontal and vertical angles of 170 and 120 degrees respectively. Plus, screen readability at these angles is also pretty good. It only took about 2 seconds to power on and display. OSD controls are comfortable to use and easy to learn. Plus, there’s a Turbo button that can switch between three modes of operation, economy, text, and picture. You can switch to a particular mode depending upon what you’re using the monitor for. The power consumption for both monitors was the highest of the lot at 33 Watts. 

Overall, given the features and price, this monitor is great for an office desktop. 

Snapshot
Price : Rs 22,000
Meant for : Corporate desktop
Features : 3 operation modes of economy, text, and pictures, built-in speakers
Pros : Highest brightness level, contrast ratio and response time of the lot, well priced. 
Cons : Highest power consumption, low tilt angle
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