REVIEW: Samsung P2250 Part 13
The Samsung P2250 shines in particular in the area of gaming. An input lag of 12 ms can even be forgiven by hardcore gamers, so the model should even appeal to this target group. The monitor also consumes low levels of power and is silent at any brightness setting from a normal seated position.
However, in all other aspects, the monitor loses points, although this is not surprising at a price of less than 150 Euro.
The monitor can only be adjusted in terms of the tilting angle – ergonomically, the P2250 is very frugal. The piano lacquer surfaces are extremely reflective and are also very susceptible to dust and fingerprints, but also make the monitor look elegant.
Especially for the grey levels, the factory settings can be considered good and after calibration, the monitor could even be recommended for graphics work at amateur level. For office applications and games, the subjective impression of the image quality is more important, and this also did not disappoint.
The Full-HD resolution and an aspect ratio of 16:9 are actually ideal conditions to allow the user to enjoy films on the monitor as well. However, the poor black value in the lower area of the screen and the light patches in the corners spoil the picture considerably.
Users who are looking for a monitor for gaming, the Internet and office applications will find the right monitor in the Samsung P2250, which is also well priced at less than 150,00 Euro. In its price sector, the Samsung model is worth of a rating of good.
Overall rating: GOOD
Technical specification: Samsung P2250
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