REVIEW: Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS Part 5
The Fujitsu’s OSD is organized clearly in seven categories. A very pleasant and comfortable feature, the small graphics above certain keys show their function on the screen. Hence double-labelling the keys can be obmitted and navigating through the OSD is a breeze. Basically, the OSD of the P27T-6 doesn’t differ very much from that of the P22W5, although it underwent a subtle facelift. Also, the OSD labelling of the keys changed the navigation in a minor way. Besides from colour adjustment und language, the following screen shots show the factory settings of the Fujitsu P27T-6.
Apart from brightness and contrast, this category of the OSD makes black level and light sensor available. While the first three options allow an adjustment range from 0 to 100, for automatic brightness is only offered to choose between on and off.
The Fujitsu P27T-6 has a range of four preset image modes, whereas only the office preset allows further colour adjustments, but we’ll talk about them later. Depending on the image mode some functions might be disabled. For instance, image mode "D-Mode" doesn’t allow to access the sub menu "Brightness and Contrast" and in "Video" the light sensor is deactivated.
In case of digital input, this menu just offers expansion (image format) and image sharpness, which can be changed in four steps from 0 to 100. When it comes to image format, the Fujitsu P27T-6 knows "Full-screen", "Proportional" and one-to-one representation.
Muting the integrated speakers or changing their volume can be done in this sub menu.
Alongside with the image modes we already mentioned, the Fujitsu P27T-6 additionally provides a total of seven colour adjustments. "User-defined colour" allows the operator to change RGB values.
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