Extremly cheap but little old product but I'm so happy
4 October 2012
Summary: It's price is miracle... But monitor is too heavy... so I give up using this monitor.. as internet article this monitor's color is excellent so I will sell this monitor to artis..If I can.. But Actually I need touch screen sensor and controller.. Sensor is not good as current mobile device.. unaccuracy.. but enough for my project... I will use just touchscreen part.. but eventhough It's miracle price.. but I say again it's too heavy..
NEC LCD2490WUXI-BK 24-Inch Widescreen Monitor -- So far, very good
K. Donahue, Amazon
6 October 2009
Summary: I went through three other top-rated monitors before this one. As a visual designer, monitor quality is important, and since Apple's latest has a non-matte screen (unbelievably!), I had to find an alternative. So far, it's been great. I even see gradient and shadowing effects that I have not seen on other monitors. The only issue I currently have is that it shakes momentarily time to time (I have found discussions on this in some online forums).
Summary: I had a Sony Multi-scan E300, a great monitor for its day. It was slowly starting to have problems, and finally wasn't able to keep good color for my photography. I did some reading, and found this monitor. I am absolutely completely pleased with this monitor. I recommend that you either get the calibration device from NEC or a Spyder 3. The factory settings are great but if you need exact color for photography you will need one of these devices.
Summary: This is an IPS panel, standard gamut monitor. Many people on the internet say it is the best monitor available right now, since it has an A-TW polarizer (which eliminates the white glow at an angle that other IPS monitors without the A-TW polarizer suffer from) and it does not suffer from oversaturation that wide gamut monitors suffer from. This monitor has an advanced menu that lets you customize a lot of things.
Summary: I bought this monitor from Amazon along with the Eye One Display 2 colorimeter. I also bought the NEC SpectraView II calibration and profiling software directly from the NEC website. After calibrating and profiling the monitor which is easy, automatic and quick with the NEC SpectraView II software, this monitor was not too bright but just perfect.
Summary: This is the monitor that finally convinced me to give up CRTs. I am not a pro, but I'm pretty serious about my photography. Up to this point, any LCD that would do the job for both color and B&W was priced too far out of my range. This monitor hit the sweet spot for price and performance. There have been comments that out of the box, this monitor is just too darn bright...And they're right. You do need to turn down the brightness.
Summary: I'm yet again very pleased with Amazon's timely delivery of my order. This monitor (Multisync LCD2490WUXi) is a cut above. Colors, brightness and OSM are fantastic. I never knew that my photos actually looked this good. However, I've got a hot pixel 1/3 of the way down and 1/3 of the way across the screen. And for a monitor of this price, it should be perfect.
Summary: The search is over! For years I was struggling to find an acceptable monitor for photo editing. For years I used an Apple Cinema Display with my Gen 1 MacBook Pro. I calibrated with the GreTag-MacBeth Eye-One and had good results, but my laptop monitor and the ACD color never totally matched. I then got a MacPro with dual Dell ULTRASHARP 2408WFP displays. I picked these because of the brightness statistics, refresh rate, multiple inputs, PIP, and supposedly great color.