REVIEW: LG Flatron W2452V
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Thanks to its two PC connectors and a HDMI input, the LG W2452V should appeal to users from the multimedia sector. With a response time of 5 ms combined with a dynamic contrast of up to 10,000:1 and a FullHD resolution of 1.920 x 1.200 pixels, the inexpensive TN monitor should also attract gamers in particular.
Even graphics workers who are not scared off by the generally limited viewing angles could get good use out of the W2452V: according to LG, the screen has an extended colour space and covers 92 percent of the NTSC standard.
With the innovative FUN button, it is possible to create various photo effects such as "Sepia", "Gaussian blur" or "Monochrome" directly at the touch of a button. Also included is LG’s f-Engine, which continually adjusts colours and contrast. This is good for the subjective image impression, but there are generally difficulties in cases where precise colour values must be achieved within the scope of a calibration.
With a current price of less than 350,00 Euro, the LG W2452V is a direct rival of the Samsung 245B, HP w2408h, Samsung 2493HM and BenQ V2400W, which we have already tested. Our detailed review will show how well the 24-inch model performs in comparison to the competition.
The LG W2452V comes in a very compact box, which is padded despite its small dimensions so that the monitor is well protected during transport. When it is unpacked, you will see instructions for assembly and dismantling on the inner walls of the box. Using this, the user can quickly assemble the monitor in three or four steps.
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