Samsung SyncMaster P2770HD and the Lenovo L2060 Wide - Lenovo L2060 Wide
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The Lenovo L2060 Wide is a 20-inch LCD monitor with middling performance. Its main selling point is its price, which at around $150 is quite reasonable. It does have plenty of competition from other manufacturers, though, that keeps it in check. The L2060 Wide is protected by a lengthy three-year warranty on parts and labor.
The L2060 Wide has a HD resolution of 1,600x900, a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a 1,000:1 contrast ratio. The monitor's performance is decent at best, yet suitable considering its price.
Color is not completely accurate, as some greenish tint is evident at times. Watching movies on the L2060 Wide is a satisfactory experience if you are not bothered by the monitor's seemingly low brightness. If it was a little brighter perhaps the colors would be more vibrant and give a better viewing experience. Those who enjoy gaming will find the L2060 Wide to provide results suitable for their needs.
If you like adjusting the picture to your exact preferences, you will find the adjustable settings within the L2060 Wide's OSD to be the standard fare. The OSD is accessed via controls at the bottom right-hand corner of the monitor.
There are three picture preset modes which have varying levels of brightness to maximize the viewing experience for the different tasks for which you use the monitor. The Text mode is useful for when you are composing or editing documents. The Internet mode is good for browsing the web. Finally, the Video mode is ideal for watching movies and the like.
Other adjustable settings include those for brightness and contrast, as well as color temperature. There are four preset offerings within the color temperature setting.
The look of the Lenovo L2060 Wide reflects its budget price. It has a thin and glossy black bezel that measures just 0.8 inch on the top and bottom and 0.6 inch on the sides of the monitor. The display has an anti-glare finish that comes in handy against reflections in bright environments.
The monitor can be mounted to a wall if desired, and it measures 1.9 inches thick. If you prefer to use it on a desktop, it comes with a glossy black oval stand that connects to the monitor via a silver neck support. Unfortunately, the monitor and its stand do not offer many ergonomic options, as it is not height-adjustable and can only tilt backwards. Rounding out the design of the L2060 Wide is its connectivity, which is as simple as it can get with a VGA port and a DVI port that reside on the back panel and face downward.
It can be said that the Lenovo L2060 Wide is a decent monitor. The performance is not bad, and its price is affordable. With that said, however, there are similarly priced monitors on the market that provide better performance, so you should shop around first before deciding.
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