REVIEW: BenQ V2400W Part 13
The interpolation in games was also examined. However, the interpolation on the BenQ V2400W provides such sharp results that no difference in quality can be seen in pictures.
At a resolution of 1.600 x 1.200, the monitor displays the image in 1:1 display and does not allow it to be stretched to full screen, which would be excessive.
For video playback via HDMI, the interpolation can also be selected freely. This means that HD material can be played back pixel by pixel at 1080p so that narrow stripes are visible at the top and bottom of the screen or the image can be stretched to full screen.
Overall, the BenQ V2400W has good to very good interpolation in all areas.
Like all 24-inch monitors with a resolution of 1.920 x 1.200 pixels, this model offers extensive space for applications. The user can choose to display two DinA4 pages side by side at 100 percent zoom or display several different applications alongside each other. Thanks to the high resolution, Full-HD videos also find enough space.
Even 3 program windows can be opened at the same time without causing a shortage of space.
Because of the fast 5 ms panel, even fast scrolling on longer Internet sites is no problem.
With a HDMI port, a DVI-D connection with HDCP and an analogue D-Sub input, the monitor provides all connectors which are needed to connect anything from a Blu-ray player to a games console with the model. This means that the BenQ V2400W designer model is also excellent for use as a multimedia monitor.
Thanks to its 16:10 format, the black bands at the top and bottom of the screen during DVD playback are not nearly as wide as on a monitor with an aspect ratio of 4:3 or 5:4.
The size of the monitor is sufficient to allow the viewer to recognise the screen content even from a few metres away. However. A 24-inch screen is too small for use in a large room.
With its fast response time, the screen is fast enough to ensure that no streaking is visible for slow or fast camera movements. Especially in dark scenes, the monitor can take advantage of its good viewing angle reliability and well differentiated display of colour tones. This means that no details are lost, either in very bright scenes or very dark scenes. However, this is provided that you do not view the screen from below. Therefore, you should avoid lower seated positions.
DVD playback of the film SinCity via a DVI to HDMI cable. Dark details such as the wall in the background on the left hand side are displayed clearly.
Full-HD videos, or videos with a resolution of 1.920 x 1.080, are played back by the monitor in razor sharp quality both via PC using a DVI connection and on a PS3 via HDMI connection.
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