- 22" Widescreen MAG by Innovision
- Ultrafast 2 ms response time
- 1400:1 contrast ratio; 300 cd/m² brightness
- 1680 x 1050 maximum resolution
Okay, here is some more. If you have any other questions or want to hear more about something please ask and I will add it to the review.
I love the clean look, its flat black and it's very thin. It has a metal base which makes me very happy, it is very sturdy and makes tilting it easier on your brain (you don't think your going to break it every time.) The base has very nice rubber grippies on the bottom to keep from scuffing your desk too, it is wide enough that you can bump the screen and no fear of it falling over.
I ran it for at least three hours playing Guildwars at highest resolution max settings
1680x1050, I felt all of the plastic and didn't feel any heat. It has a lot of venting on the top and bottom of the casing, very effective.
No dead pixels! I tested with Dead Pixel Buddy.
Only reason I bring this up is because I move it from my room to my living room when I have friends over for LAN parties. I'd say on a rough estimate it weighs like 3 pounds or less. Very easy to move and it has a good center of gravity.
Well, it does have the nice feature of two VGA inputs and one DVI input. Although, I would have rather it have been two DVI and one VGA. You can switch by a simple button on the monitor for input select. Those three inputs are the only inputs, but for what I do with it, thats all I need.
I think the picture rocks the socks off of my mothers Westinghouse 19" Westinghouse lcd. I tried to make the thing lag by running around in circles, but I just couldn't get the screen to flinch.
I also found that you don't need to be looking straight at the screen in order to view it, when I had DPB set on black I could only see light shining through at the top edge of the screen if I was looking up at the screen by at least 45 degrees. What I mean by that is, no back light shines through during normal use, only if you look at it from weird angles you would never look at it from anyhow.
I like it a lot, it does the job and it was fairly cheap for what specs it offers. I would suggest this display to anyone looking for a cheap way to game with a awesome display.