Excerpt: The first thing you’ll notice about the MultiSync is its slim 15mm bezel. It makes the screen appear larger than 23in, and the NEC will be more economical in terms of desk space if you plan to run multiple displays side by side. This isn’t enough to justify the high price alone, but the NEC offers other advantages over budget 23in displays , too. See also: Group test: what's the best display?
Conclusion: The EX231Wp I think is well summarised by it's 'Cool Office' name. Here you have a screen which looks very attractive and sleek on any desk, featuring a very thin bezel and stand and a slim profile from the side. It has a very wide range of power saving options and features and extras like auto brightness control, human sensing and ECO modes are very useful for those who are energy conscious or when using many screens in an office environment.
Pros: Excellent black depth and contrast ratio from cPVA panel, Very good feature set for power saving including auto brightness, human sensor and ECO modes, Good potential office monitor thanks to feature and function set
Cons: Some missing features like D-sub and HDMI, Slow pixel response times in practice, Medium input lag, not really a gamer orientated screen