REVIEW: Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS Part 3
Hence its foot stand is slightly tilted backwards, it provides the Fujitsu P27T-6 a secure standing position, but on the other hand doesn’t absorb oscillations well. Even if just tapped easily, the display is swinging for a few seconds. However, its sheer size has to be considered a mitigating factor regarding this. In addition to height adjustment, pivoting and tilting functions, the stand of the Fujitsu P27T-6 also allows a 340 degree turn to the side which is made possible due to the existence of a turntable inside the foot plate. When performing a turn, the rectangular stand also turns, which is why it consumes a corresponding amount of space from your desktop. With dimensions of 28,5 x 24,5 centimetres it isn’t too bulky, though.
Apart from its bottom, the ergonomic stand is also completely white.
The VESA 100 drillings are also being used by the original stand. By loosening four cross-head screws it can be quickly removed and replaced with an alternative mount. Because of the variety of ergonomic functions provided by the original stand this should be necessary only on rare occasions.
The VESA 100 mount is used by the original stand, too.
Because the Fujitsu P27T-6 features CCFL backlighting, the ventilation openings have large area dimensions accordingly and this way provide a good air circulation in the housing. As the P27T-6 gets quite warm during operation this is absolutely necessary. However, a fan isn’t installed. Due to the huge ventilation openings and the fact the backlight shines through on the left side of the monitor, you should ensure that there is another light source in the room, especially in summer. Otherwise the risk of insect intruders, attracted by the light, can’t be minimized.
At no brightness level the tested device draws any attention on itself acousticly
Generous ventilation openings on the back of the monitor.
The tailoring of the monitor’s housing is good, and besides the tilt, which works a bit too smooth, the mechanic of the stand is flawless. Deductions must be made concerning the haptics, because the plastic parts feel too thin at some spots, and every now and then one is able to worm a crunching out of the housing, even if the touch isn’t to firm. Moreover, our test device showed a visible and perceptible elevation on the housing wall of its left side, some millimetres long and about one millimetre high.
Fujitsu label on the display frame.
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