REVIEW: NEC LCD1920NX
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
At least at the first glance, the NEC LCD 1920NX does not hold much beauty. Our ivory colored test sample looks like the standard-monitor in character. In recent times more attractive displays have arrived at the market. The device allows for swiveling and forwards as well as backwards slanting. At closer inspection, however, the monitor delivers a convincing picture which is what should be laid emphasis on with every monitor.
This is the first review utilizing our new Gainward 750 XP Geforce4 Titanium graphics card. The card has 2 DVI-I outputs thus permitting a direct comparison to our reference model Samsung 191T. The device is digitally connected to the second DVI-I output. Windows XP Prof. believes it to be a good idea to list the monitor 4 times in the device manager. Unfortunately we were unable to pin down the reason for this.
The delivery included – next to the display – a detailed manual, a D-Sub cable, a power supply with cable and a CD-Rom containing drivers and a manual in PDF format. The PDF manual differs in general information on technical values and an explanation of TCO 95 and TCO 99. The search for a digital cable was in vain.
Power-On presents a flawless, gaudy picture that is rich in contrast but slightly too bright. Illumination uniformity is fine and well balanced. The picture keeps looking a little outshined even after applying automatic contrast adjustment. But after making use of the graphics card driver's gamma correction and after marginally turning down the monitor's red and blue values we were able to come up with a perfect, rich in contrast picture. A purely black image appears somewhat to bright however.
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