REVIEW: Yuraku YV24WBH1 (MVA)
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
* In der Werkseinstellung bei einer zu hohen Grundhelligkeit von 430 cd/m².
The Yuraku YV24WBH1 is being treated as an insider tip in various forums. This is why, when you look at the basic data, the following idea emerges very quickly: A 24-inch monitor MVA technology, 6 ms response time and HDCP support for just 260.00 Euro. The panel comes with a native resolution of 1.920 x 1.200 pixels (WUXGA), which means that Full-HD content can also be displayed.
Yuraku’s main headquarters is in Singapore and its homepage advertises the test candidate with the following words: "24 inch LCD Wide Screen display that will rock your visual senses for work or game play alike." The following test should reveal whether the Yuraku really will rock our test laboratory or whether it will pop like a soap bubble.
For our test, we used an Ati x1900xt, the DTP94 colorimeter from Quato and the corresponding iColor Display software in Version 18.104.22.168.
The 24-inch model comes in a box with a practical handle. The low overall weight of 7,3 kg and the compact dimensions of the package because of the removable base allow for easy transport.
Scope of supply of the Yuraku YV24WBH1.
Included are a VGA, power and audio cable, the latter being used to connect the sound card with the integrated speakers. In addition, the box also contains a guarantee card, a user guide and a cable holder. The DVI or DVI-HDMI cable indicated on the box is not included, nor is a driver or software CD. Thus, we can only describe the scope of supply as Spartan.
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