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This is an LCD monitor that looks all the part of a PC monitor, with plenty of thick chunky lines, a minimum of smoothing and absolutely no piano black to be seen anywhere. It also has a very solid base that keeps it level. Features The Lw measures in at x 59 x millimetres. For those who just need a monitor for regular computer use, 5ms is certainly fast enough.
Our review sample came with a VGA cable already in place, but that could have been a function of it being a review unit. Performance When we first connected the Lw up to our test PC it quickly performed an automatic calibration and selected the top resolution.
We tested the Lw both with Displaymate and a variety of real-world computing tasks. For the most part and bearing in mind the relatively low asking price of the Lw it performed adequately. If you want to buy a cheaper LCD, there are plenty about -- even models larger than inch widescreen if you hunt around a bit.
The market for the Lw is pretty clearly for those who want that brand name certainty more than they do size or other features. Best Monitors for
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