Lenovo ThinkVision L2251x Wide and the Samsung PX2370
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If you're in the market for a good-sized LCD monitor, keep reading. Today we're reviewing the Lenovo ThinkVision L2251x Wide and the Samsung PX2370. Comparable in price, the two monitors differ somewhat in their performance.
Lenovo ThinkVision L2251x Wide monitor
The Lenovo ThinkVisionL2251x Wide is a 22-inch LCD monitor from which consumers can expect satisfactory performance and outstanding ergonomics. They can also expect a bit of a disappointment when it comes to its connectivity. The L2251x retails for $300 and comes with a three-year warranty on parts and labor.
The ThinkVision L2251x's 22-inch widescreen display has a resolution of 1,680 x 1,050, a 16:10 aspect ratio, and a 1,000:1 contrast ratio. Despite not being a full HD monitor and not having a 16:9 aspect ratio, the L2251x offers solid performance when compared with competing displays. It offers good color accuracy, and its black levels are satisfactory, although not the darkest you will find. Both movies and games look good on the display, and it is fairly bright; its graphics seem to pop off the screen more than duller displays on the market.
The adjustable picture settings of the L2251x are accessed via a series of buttons that reside on the panel's lower right hand corner. Once in the on-screen display, you are given a few options when it comes to adjusting the picture. First, you get your basic adjustments for brightness and contrast. You can also choose between four different presets for color temperature: SRGB, Reddish, Bluish, and Neutral.
Unlike other LCDs out there, the L2251x does not offer you any actual picture preset modes for things like movies, gaming, text, and more. The final setting you can adjust is that of the red, green, and blue values on an individual basis.
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