- 1920 x 1080 4ms
- DC 50000:1(1000:1)
- D-Sub, DVI, HDMI, Component, Composite, DTV Tuner, Optical Out
Jaw-droppingly sharp and clear, even with an analog VGA connection if your video card and cables are up to the task. Anti-reflection screen so good you'll fear that you must have become a vampire. Fast response for no blurring or odd color effects when dragging windows around on the screen. Wide horizontal viewing angle range with minimal color shift.
Pretty narrow acceptable vertical viewing angle. At normal computer-use distance (24") significant color shift is apparent between the top and bottom of the screen, with some light grey colors getting a distinct green-ish tint at the top of the screen. Loses 1 egg for that. I wouldn't want to use this for any sort of graphic design work, but that's the case with most LCD displays. While navigating the menus with the front panel buttons can be done, it is awkward and confusing. If you try, you'll soon be searching for the remote control (which is quite good, BTW). Vertical tilt range for the stand is only 20 degrees.
Contrary to some reports, the base does swivel internally. It looks like the whole base is rotating, but the part that is touching the desk remains fixed. I didn't try the supplied 6' HDMI cable (need 10' for my setup). I'll probably get a DVI cable at some point, but that's a low priority item since the analog VGA performance is so good. Some have noted poor results with an HDMI connection from a PC. The manual has a note on Page 26 (INPUT/SUPPORT) about an obscure mode setting that might have something to do with that.
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