REVIEW: Fujitsu P22W-5 ECO IPS
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Fujitsu Scenicview P22W-5 ECO IPS is the name of the new 22-inch LCD monitor from Fujitsu. Siemens is no longer involved with Fujitsu and can therefore no longer be found in the company name. The Fujitsu P22W-5 represents an inexpensive alternative to its larger brother, the Fujitsu Siemens P24W-5 ECO.
With an IPS panel and 8-Bit colour control, Fujitsu has also included a high-quality panel in the smaller model, albeit without an extended colour space and with a resolution of 1.680 x 1.050 pixels in 16:10 image format. As well as an analogue D-Sub VGA and digital DVI input, the Fujitsu P22W-5 also has a HDMI port. The Eco function is also included. A light sensor measures the lighting in the surroundings, automatically adjusts the brightness and thereby helps save energy. The Fujitsu P22W-5 offers height adjustment as well as tilting and rotation functions.
We connected and tested the Fujitsu P22W-5 on the digital DVI output of an Asus GTX 275 and used a DVI cable for connection. The calibration was carried out using an Eye-One colorimeter from X-Rite together with the iColor Software from Quato and Colorimetre HCFR. The Sony BDP-S 350 Blu-ray player was used as an external player source for Blu-ray media, connected via HDMI cable. Because of technical similarities, we allow ourselves to compare the monitor to the Dell 2209WA here and there.
The box in which the Fujitsu P22W-5 is delivered is easy to handle but not too compact and has a sufficient amount of free space inside. Two handles make transport easy. There is hardly any text on the box itself. A mono-coloured image, a few quality marks and the manufacturer’s name – there is not much more to be found. No model name, no technical details.
The display is located in a foam bag and is secured within the box by two Styrofoam sections. The cables and the base plate are also contained in the box, separated safely from the monitor by the Styrofoam shells. Together with its packaging, the Fujitsu P22W-5 weighs just over 10 kilograms – so the model is no lightweight.
The Fujitsu P22W-5 is delivered in this simple packaging.
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