REVIEW: NEC AccuSync LCD71VM
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
All results issued in this review have been established by using the analog output of a Gainward 750 XP Geforce4 Titanium graphics card.
The delivery includes – next to the display – a manual (brief instructions) to set up the monitor, a D-Sub cable, a power cable, a speaker cable, a CD-Rom with drivers, monitor profile and a detailed manual in PDF format.
The monitor comes in the smallest carton that has ever reached our editorial office. This seems ideal for transporting. This model fits into such a small carton because the monitor is supposed to be mounted onto its foot first.
The NEC AccuSync LCD71VM has a silver plastic frame, with one speaker incorporated into each side. All in all one could the design as pretty functional. The frame’s width is 2,1 cm on the top, 1,8 cm at the sides and 4,3 cm at the bottom. The buttons for operating the OSD have been centered into the lower part of the display. The foot offers neither height adjustment nor has it any functions for rotating. The foot’s back has a plastic clip attached in its middle which can be used for cable ducting.
The monitor does not have a main on/off switch and possesses an integrated power supply unit.
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