Good lifespan, razor sharp image, reputable Lenovo brand
9 February 2014
Summary: This was a used purchase from a company spun off by IBM years ago in 2005, when IBM stopped making computer and monitors. The company is Lenovo, and I own many original IBM monitors and also the newer Lenovo monitors and computers, made in China now.
Summary: I have a 24" Dell monitor at work with this resolution. I wanted the same resolution for my home computer, but my desk is not big enough to accommodate a 24" display. This smaller screen is exactly what I needed.
Summary: I wanted a quality 1920x1200 monitor that was NOT a TN lcd panel. My primary uses are editing movies (DV and HDV) and photos. This 22" monitor is a perfect size with great color and sharpness.
Summary: Thinkvision L220x is as much as double the price of comparables and worth every penny. Intuitive controls with very good documentation & software. Screen is very bright and extremely sharp. Sits next to a new 24" HP Widescreen which it puts to shame.
Summary: The L220X is one fine monitor for Photoshop! If an EIZO is out of the question (as it is for me), you can get very good color representation with this unit . Please don't consider using this monitor in anything but native mode, if you can't deal with the tiny size of print, select a different...
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