I decided to get a new monitor the LG IPS224V-PN and I like it quite a bit.
My first thought :) was that the stand could be a more rigid. It is OK, but on a desk that moves a bit, a wobble is noticeable. After I got it plugged in, the second thing I noticed, was that the color was real yellow, or rather the light was. Older LEDs can emit this din and I was a bit worried at first. Fortunately I was able to adjust it satisfactorily. A few of its specifications:
|Input||D-Sub, DVI, HDMI|
Setup was easy and monitor calibration was real straightforward and quick too. I adjusted the hardware settings as thus:
I use the color temperature of cool to help balance the yellow din of the LED bulb. I did try it the normal temperature that did good with pictures if not too much white was in them:
Ultimately I choose the cool temperature.
The power buttons is a large half-circle with a bright, refracting light. It is very noticeable and flashes when the monitor is in power-saving mode. It is real nice but if it is in the bedroom, like mine is, I ended up having to cover it up.
The monitor has IPS and it really does help improve the viewing angle and accurate color reproduction. I got this display for reading and it is good with that. It also is good with pictures at least as far as my mostly-professional eye is able to see. The 14ms response time, I think, is a bit on the high end for video watching. Videos will show a bit of “ghosting” but is good enough for me.