OCZ’s Vertex Limited Edition Review & SSD State of the Union
19 February 2010
Conclusion: If you were one of the first customers to buy an X25-M G1 or G2, these new drives are fast but not fast enough to make you want to ditch your drive. At the same time, if you’re looking to make the jump to what I’ve often referred to as the single best upgrade you can purchase for your PC, these new drives don’t do anything to lower prices. At $399 the 100GB Vertex LE is no better of a deal than the existing Indilinx offerings.
Conclusion: The Acer AL2216W is certainly a very well priced screen, and at only £190 in the UK it seems a bargain for a screen of this size. The design and features are basic, and certainly no match for the impressive functionality of models like the Dell monitor range, or others like the Viewsonic VX2245WM. However, despite sparing on ergonomics and add-ons, Acer have clearly not scrimped on other important areas.
Pros: Well priced, Good colour accuracy even without calibration, Good panel uniformity
Cons: Limited ergonomics, with only a basic tilt function, Basic design and no added features
Conclusion: At 5ms this is not the best monitor but the viewing angles, image quality and screen resolution make the Acer AL2216W a bargain at Â£169.* Display Size 22" widescreen * 1680 x 1050 Resolution * 300 cd/m2 Brightness * 700:1 Contrast Ratio * VGA Input * 170(H), 160(V) viewing angles * 5ms Response Rate