REVIEW: ViewSonic VP2250wb Part 6
The buttons on the ViewSonic VP2250wb give good tactile feedback. In poor lighting conditions, they are hardly recognisable, but the function of each button is embossed so that they can also be felt out with the fingers.
Buttons on the VP2250wb; The power LED is integrated into the power button. When the monitor is in use, it glows blue and when it is in power-save mode, the LED glows orange.
The OSD of the monitor is well-structured and clearly laid out. The menus and functions can be selected quickly with the buttons. After just a short time, use of the OSD becomes intuitive.
The 1 button launches the OSD. The 2 button can be used to switch directly between the analogue D-Sub connection and the digital DVI-D input. The and buttons are used to call up the contrast and brightness settings. The button is used to switch off the model.
Below are some pictures and information on the functions of the menu:
Menu options which appear in grey text cannot be selected in digital mode on the ViewSonic VP2250wb, since these settings are then not necessary.
Automatic image adjustment
This function automatically switches the screen to an analogue image signal.
Contrast / brightness
Here, the contrast and brightness of the monitor can be adjusted. The contrast and brightness settings can also be reached directly using the and buttons.
In this menu, the signal source to be displayed on the screen can be selected. The signal inputs can also be selected directly using the button 2, without having to go through the OSD.
Here, the user can select from five set colour profiles (sRGB, 9300K, 7500K, 6500K and 5000K). There is also a 'user colours' option.
The colour channels Red, Green and Blue can be controlled individually or set to particular colour values in order to calibrate the VP2250wb in the sub-menu 'user colours'.
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