Conclusion: Power Consumption Another benefit of the LEDs compared to a CCFL display is the reduced cost of running them and lower heat output. The EW2420 took only 31 watts to operate at peak brightness, and just 15 watts at minimum brightness. This is around 25% less than comparable CCFL monitors of the same size. While that might seem like a low amount of power, when you run a display for 8-10 hours a day, every day, that can start to add up.
Conclusion: The BenQ EW2420 left us with some mixed feelings really. First of all I thought it would be useful to consider what the LED backlighting actually offered us? The only real benefits of the technology are the thin screen profile, reduced weight and reduced poer consumption. These things are useful of course and are really why LED backlighting is becoming so popular at the moment. However, there still seemed to be a few issues and limitations with the technology.
Pros: Fantastic black depth and contrast ratio, Decent interface options and features, Very competitive price point in sector
Cons: Moderate responsiveness, Viewing angles are ok but not great, Some uniformity issues (may vary)
Excerpt: This is it, folks. The holy grail of LCD monitors. The Jesus H Christ of flat panels. A truly affordable large display powered by something other than a TN panel, in other words. We give you the new BenQ EW2420 24-incher, yours for a whisker over £150 and sporting a VA panel. Cue much rejoicing.
El BenQ EW2420 de 24 pulgadas tiene calidad de imagen
10 March 2011
Excerpt: La conectividad que proporciona este monitor LCD LED es fantástica. Las dos entradas de tipo HDMI y la DVI-D conseguirán colmar las necesidades que le puedan surgir a cualquier tipo de usuario
Pros: Elevado contraste nativo., Restituye las imágenes en movimiento con precisión, Muy buena conectividad
Cons: Construcción mejorable, Acceso al menú OSD algo incómodo