REVIEW: LG Flatron L227WT
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LG’s latest 22-inch monitor positively swaggers with a very high dynamic contrast of 10.000:1 and a fast response time of 2 ms. This, coupled with the elegant piano lacquer design, means that the monitor clearly appeals to users on the gaming and entertainment sectors.
In addition, LG is advertising the model as having a 39 percent larger colour space as compared with conventional LCD monitors, which is made possible thanks to a special backlight. Thus, the NTSC colour space is covered up to 100 percent.
The extended colour space and "f Engine" image improvement technology make themselves visible to the user in the form of saturated colours and a high contrast ratio. This makes the monitor potentially suitable for graphics work in environments with correspondingly large colour spaces such as AdobeRGB and ECI 2.0.
Our detailed review will show what the new 22-inch gem is capable of and for whom the LG L227WT is suitable. The graphics cards we used were an Nvidia GeForce 6600GT and an XFX GeForce 8800GTS Extreme.
The LG L227WT comes in extremely compact packaging which might lead anxious recipients to doubt that the monitor is the correct size. But fear not – this is not the case.
The package contains the DVI, power and D-Sub cables, two CDs, the base (made up of three parts), a microfibre cloth, a Getting Started Guide in English, the guarantee card and of course the monitor itself.
This is how you save on transport costs: the box of the LG L227WT is little bigger than the monitor itself, …
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