The latest review of the NEC 3090WQXi appeared not free of omissions and subjectivity.
It seems to me that the reviewer was not prepared to test such a complex machine.
This is an outstanding monitor with a long pre-history, with unique features, with a great potential, with high expectations surrounding it. This is not a regular monitor 1-2-3-chicki-picki-test-is-ready.
Starting a test without taking all those details into consideration means to fail the review.
But the major single issue is that prad.de does not provide any information to support their statement: “Unfortunately, proper hardware calibration is not possible with the European model”.
Stating that prad.de accepts huge responsibility.
We already have a confirmation from another review (ixbt.com) that tested “European” NEC 3090WQXi hardware calibration with SpectraViewII calibration software: it works.
A question to prad.de:
Have you actually tried SpectraViewII with the NEC 3090WQXi and actually found this monitor cannot be hardware calibrated?