Cons: The monitor has a notorious screendoor effect. Horizontal lines dont have the same brightness even if they are displaying the same color. Very obvious with midtone colors.. not visible with 100%black or 100%white. This is really non acceptable for a monit
Cons: Screen pivots,and the text with it. I bought it SOLELY for the portrait mode, and it has been a headache trying to find a driver that works. Thin documentation. Is it supposed to pivot on-the-fly? Do you click on some hidden icon to invoke the pivot? Trie
"Step in the right direction - can be much better"
23 February 2004
Pros: Resolution of course - 1600x1200 has been the minimum for decent work for years and no LCD is going to see my buck for less then that. So, we could say that this is the first non-toy LCD from Dell's stable. Oh, and for the curioyus mind, I went to take a
Cons: For this resolution, the physical size of the monitor can be way smaller. If that means DVI-only connection - no problems, this is the all day use class of the monitor so upgrading a video card is a non-issue for anyone entering this range. IBM had 1600x1