REVIEW: Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS
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The model range of Fujtsu’s Superior or P-Line monitors, as it is called as well, represents innovative solutions and highest image quality. Recently, the Superior portfolio has been extended by the 27-inch Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS. According to its name, Fujitsu relies on the advantages of an IPS panel, the specifications of which sound promising. Offering a native resolution of 2.560 x 1.440 pixels with 16:9 picture size, a detailed and large working space like that of the Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS is otherwise only to be found in 30-inch displays.
Covering 102 per cent of the NTSC colour scale, the enhanced colour space is able to display 1,07 billion colours. The internal 12 bit LUT provides high precision and finest colour gradation. Besides from a variety of interfaces and ergonomic adjustment possibilities, the Fujitsu P27T-6 also comes with a brightness sensor and intelligent energy saving functions – the list of specifications is long. Starting our test, we have high hopes and are quite curious if the Fujitsu P27T-6 is able to keep up with its specifications in the field.
During the test procedure, the monitor was connected to the digital DVI port of an Asus GTX 275 via DVI cable. All colorimetric measurements were accomplished with a spectrophotometer (EyeOne Pro) in conjunction with Quato’s iColor software and Colorimetre HCFR. The lowest black level was determined with a colorimetre (X-Rite DTP94). Connected via HDMI cable, Sony’s BDP-S350 blu-ray player was used as external feed source.
Not exactly what you call a lightweight, the Fujitsu P27T-6 plus package weighs 13,7 kilograms, and its stately carton is 80 x 60 x 30 centimetre (W x H x D) of size. However, two recesses at the side allow to transport it in a quite comfortable way. With manufacturer logo, monitor name and some key figures printed on its surface, the package itself is kept simple.
Inside the box only two styrofoam shells are needed to keep the Fujitsu P27T-6 safely and because of its huge overall dimensions there is no lack of space. Cables and other accessory find lots of space in the corners of the box and are separated from the monitor through styrofoam inserts. Due to its preassembled stand, the Fujitsu P27T-6 is operational as soon as it is taken out of a surrounding plastic pouch.
As scope of supply, Fujitsu encloses cables for the following connections: DVI-D, DisplayPort, USB upstream, audio and power cord. Packed separately in another plastic bag we find a software CD and quick manuals as well as a security and warranty guide.
The picture shows the accessory the Fujitsu P27T-6 is provided with.
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