REVIEW: ViewSonic VP2250wb Part 7
The value for resolution shows that the VP2250wb is currently running in 1080i mode.
Here, different operating parameters and information pertaining to the monitor are displayed: resolution, horizontal frequency, vertical frequency, video bandwidth (pixel rate), model and serial number.
Manual image adjustment
Under this menu option, numerous functions for image adjustment are collected (menu options with grey text are not selectable in digital mode): manual adjustment of the horizontal/vertical image position and image size, fine tuning, image sharpness, dynamic contrast on/off, response time and display mode.
Setting image sharpness
Response time: Standard = Overdrive off, Advanced = Overdrive active and Ultra-Fast = Overdrive active with maximum response performance.
Display mode: 'PC mode' sets the colour space of the VP2250wb to the RGB colour space and ´HD mode’ sets the monitor to the YUV colour space.
Numerous monitor settings are collected under this menu option: OSD language, resolution display on/off, OSD position, OSD fade time, OSD background and OSD direction for pivot setting.
Here, the factory settings of the ViewSonic VP2250wb can be restored; the function is carried out immediately without requesting confirmation or giving a warning.
The CD included with the monitor contains the PerfectSuite screen manager software. PerfectSuite offers a wide range of functions and leads the user in a supportive manner step by step through the monitor’s settings.
Since we previously examined PerfectSuite in detail in an earlier test, we will not look at it any more closely in this test. If you wish to learn more about PerfectSuite, please refer to the test of the ViewSonic VP930.
The user concept of the ViewSonic VP2250wb is very successful overall in connection with the well-designed screen manager software.
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