REVIEW: Fujitsu P23T-6 IPS Part 3
Maximum tilting angle forwards (5 degrees) and backwards (35 degrees).
The monitor has small ventilation slots at the top and large ones at the sides. However, the backlight cannot be seen shining through. The sensor for the automatic adjustment of the brightness has been inset into the top frame of the monitor and can be seen in the first picture.
Ventilation slots on all sides.
The base of the Fujitsu P23T-6 was secured using the Vesa 100 screw holes provided. Thus, if the user wishes to attach an alternative base, the existing base must be released from four standard screws and then removed.
VESA 100 screw holes on the Fujitsu P23T-6.
Just like the manufacturing quality, the monitor’s adjustment options are of convincing quality. The stepless settings could be adjusted without great strength. However, we would have wished for a heavier base. The base provided is adequate in normal usage, but it lifts up when the monitor is being turned into pivot position and must be pushed down.
Operational noise can only be heard on the Fujitsu P23T-6 when you have your ear close to the ventilation slots. Even from a distance of a few centimetres, no sound can be heard any more, so the monitor can be said to be silent from a normal sitting distance. However, we cannot eliminate the possibility of a certain degree of serial variation in this area.
We did not include the ECO mode in the following list, since only the brightness is reduced in this mode. However, we tested the manufacturer’ indication of power consumption of 0 Watts which, as described previously, can be achieved by selecting the "0" mode on the back of the monitor.
Thanks to the LED technology used, a maximum of 34 watts are consumed per hour. At a luminance of 140 cd/m², which we achieved at 39 percent, as few as 23 watts were needed. In standby mode, 0,7 or 0 watts were consumed depending on the settings, so the manufacturer has not promised too much in this regard. If the monitor is switched off using the power button, however, it consumes more than 0 watts. The last value was measured with the "I" setting for the switch at the back. Overall, the low power consumption of the monitor is positive and in addition, the 0 watt consumption in standby mode means that it does not need to be switched off using the button.
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