REVIEW: ViewSonic VP2250wb Part 9
Viewing angle from above
Left picture: viewing angle from the right and right picture: frontal view
Viewing angle from below
Viewing angle stability is not a strength of the CPT panel. Here, we have already tested 22-inch TN panel monitors which have performed better. The brightness distribution might also have been better, whereby variations within the series, which generally affects complex technical devices, can also play a role here.
Overall, we rate the subjective image impression of the ViewSonic VP2250wb as good; in terms of viewing angle stability and brightness distribution, the monitor gets a rating of satisfactory from us.
The comparison of the ISO Coated printing colour space with the ViewSonic VP2250wb’s reproducible colour space already shows clearly that the LCD actually does have an extended colour space. The ISO Coated gamut (gamut = colour space) is covered in its entirety by the monitor’s colour space.
The white line shows the ISO Coated colour space and the black line shows the monitor’s colour space. Please click diagram for enlarged view.
Colour space comparison
Below, we show how well the VP2250wb covers various professional colour spaces. The sRGB coverage is important for normal Joe Bloggs users, whilst the AdobeRGB and ECI 2.0 colour spaces are of interest for graphics workers who work in relevant environments where colour fidelity is an important factor.
Explanation of 3D diagrams: The black grid represents the respective standard colour space and the white grid represents the monitor’s colour space. The colour cube represents the actual intersection of both colour spaces. Where the black grid protrudes beyond the cube, the monitor can no longer display the actual colour space. If the white grid protrudes beyond the cube, the monitor’s colour space is larger than the respective standard colour space.
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