REVIEW: Philips 220CW9FB
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
With the 220CW9FB, Philips is bringing a 22-inch model to the market which should be the first choice for "Computainment", with a high contrast, modern high-gloss design and various image optimisers known as: "SmartImage" and "Truevision".
Although signals are only accepted via the VGA or DVI input, the model’s HDCP support means that even high-resolution copy-protected content can also be transmitted. The integrated TN panel with a grey-to-grey response time of just 2 milliseconds should also be good enough for gamers.
However, whether or not the suitability of the model as a computainment monitor can also be guaranteed at a competitive price of 150,00 Euro will be revealed in our review.
All results published in the test were obtained via the digital input of a Powercolor X1950Pro. The measurements for the calibration were carried out using the iColor software in connection with the DTP94 colorimeter from Quato.
The Philips 220CW9FB comes in a small, very slim box. The base is not yet attached, but this is no problem when you look at the getting started guide: with one click, it locks securely into the monitor.
The packaging of the Philips 220CW9FB.
All high-gloss surfaces are covered with sheets in order to prevent scratches during transport.
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