REVIEW: Iiyama ProLite E2200WS-B1 Part 9
The colour space is comparable with that of an LCD monitor which has a VA or IPS panel. The colour fidelity is sensational for a monitor with a TN panel and is even better than in some models with VA or IPS technology.
Reproducible colour space as a volumetric 3D view
Colour space comparison of the Adobe RGB colour space (grey/white line) and the reproducible colour space of the Iiyama E2200WS-B1 (coloured line).
The image quality presents a conflicting picture. On the one hand, the monitor boasts a large colour space and excellent colour fidelity but on the other, neither the brightness nor the illumination is perfect and the viewing angles are very limited.
We would not consider the Iiyama E2200WS-B1 as suitable for professional use in graphics work. However, the monitor can definitely be used for private work on photos or graphics. In this case, you should be careful to sit in the best possible place in front of the LCD, since otherwise colours will be spoiled by the limited viewing angle.
The Iiyama E2200WS-B1 has a response time of 5 ms black/white according to the manufacturer, and this is without Overdrive technology. Other LCDs with Overdrive and a 2-3 ms grey-to-grey response time have a similar black/white response time.
We tested the responsiveness of the Iiyama E2200WS-B1 using numerous games. The monitor displays practically no streaks in fast-moving Ego-shooting games. Since the E2200WS does not have Overdrive, there is also no “corona” effect – no whitish-grey halo around moving objects (a phenomenon caused by Overdrive technology that is not working precisely).
Picture from the game "Half-Life²" (Resolution 1.680 x 1.050)
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