REVIEW: Iiyama AQ5311DTBK Part 2
The Iiyama AQ5311DT-BK front view makes a gracil impression. The frame measures 2,2 mm on all sides and consequently turns out to be relatively narrow. The side view looks a little more slant, but this does not impair the aesthetics. The distance between bottom display frame and desk measures 6,7 cm. The monitor works with 5 buttons only. Those are arranged in the center of the lower area of the display. The buttons have a nice pressure point und allow for comfortable operation of the OSD, which is being operated with 4 buttons only. Power-LED illuminates green when the device is working.
The monitor offers pivoting and rotational functions, it can be slanted and height adjusted. This way the Iiyama AQ5311DT-BK leaves no desire unfulfilled. The monitor has a suspension point in portrait as well as in landscape mode. Adjustments can be made in a very accurate manner and at the suspension point the display is aligned perfectly horizontal. Basically every setting can be accomplished very easily and comfortably by the user. Solely the task of bringing the height back down from higher settings requires quite some effort. In order to decrease height one even has to get up and stand to be able to exert enough downward force.
Our model stands absolutely firm and even poking it does not lead to any visible teetering.
There is a transport lock mounted at the back of the case, so that the monitor can't shift in height during transportation. Height adjustment does not work until the aglet has been removed.
The display offers strong colors and the subjective image quality can be rated as excellent. At the native resolution fonts appear very small, but this monitor has not been developed for Internet or Office applications anyway. In order to scale fonts just use the accompanying software LiquidView. However LiquidView won't work with every application.
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