The "for the moment" part of your response insinuates that Prad.de will recommence translating the german monitor reviews in the future. Any ideas on when that might be?
I see you have reviewed the PA271W. Here are some other displays that my serve as an interesting review subject:
Apple LED Cinema Display 27"
Quato Intelli Proof 240 excellence LED
Quato Intelli Proof 242 excellence
Quato Intelli Proof 262 excellence
That isn't what I suspected... I have the DataColor Spyder 3 Elite myself, with the upgrade to the version 4 software.
The version 4 software features some testing functionality:
- Display uniformity measurement
- Delta E color deviation for white and 50% grey
- Gray scale tracking measurement
- Whitepoint measurement
- Measurement of the x and y coordinates in CIE 1931 xyY color chramacity diagram for the red, green and blue extremities
- Contrast measurement
- Gamme curve measurement
I'm thinking of buying an i1Pro, however I do not want to lose the testing functionality, but the i1Match does not feature that functionality. The DataColor software does not support the i1Pro as measurement device as far as I know. Do you know any commercially available software that features at least the same testing functionality and supports the i1Pro as measurement device?
I was wondering what software you use for testing monitors? If I've understood it correctly you use the X-Rite i1Pro spectrophotometer, but the standard i1Match software does not feature the tests you perform in your reviews.
I would like to know whether or not Prad.de has stopped translating their monitor reviews to English. The last translated review is that of the LG Flatron W2443T, which is dated the 3rd of May. There are already 20 newer reviews available on the German part of this website, the last one dated the 15th of November (yesterday), which means you are 6.5 months behind on translating.
It would be a pitty if the newer reviews would not be available in English, because in my opinion the Prad.de monitor reviews are the best reviews around. My German is not that good, I can read it, but it takes quite a lot of effort to fully understand. Also, with the reviews in English you can address a much broader public.
I was wondering if you could review these two monitors. The segment of monitors with resolutions above 1920x1080 / 1920x1200 is quite small, so if a new monitor in that segment is introduced I always wonder how it compares to the other monitors in the segment.