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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

Well, Dell monitors are good too, but if you want something similar to lenovo l220x you should consider Eizo S 2243W monitor http://www.eizo.com/global/products/flexscan/s2243w/index.html Perhaps now the price is lower than 1 yars ago... But this is something you can compare with lenovo L220x
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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

That looks very nice.  One problem.  I can probably get the Dell 2209WA for $200-300.  Doesn't that Eizo cost north of 1 large?  If I were editing photos as my livelihood, then maybe, but I do photography for fun so I don't think I can justify that cost. Smiley Happy

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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

Yes prices are differnt for these models... Just consider the only disvantage with dell monitor is you don't have a 1920x1200 monitor on wich you can see high resolutions video material without stetching it resolution... Having the 1920x1200 resolution was a main point joined to wide gamut color for wich I buyed a Lenovo L220x Differences with eizo and dell monitor model we spoke about I think are these.... But if you don't mind the resolution lack of dell I' m sure you live happy also with it Smiley Wink
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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

Yea don't get me wrong, I would love to have those higher end monitors.  But the way I see it, the Dell 2209WA will provide me with more viewing area than the stock T410s built-in screen from the higher resolution and will provide a much better viewing experience from the IPS panel. Either way, I think any IPS monitor will blow the ThinkPad screen out of the water. Smiley Happy

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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

Yes you're right then ips panel are sayd to be the best as viewing angles.... Perhaps it isn't a wide gamut display I don't know but here in italy the dell monitor you're interested in cost at about 420 euro, so if you find it for 200 300 $ it is really a good price..... Another good IPS panel is from NEC MultiSync® EA231WMi.... A friend of mine have it and it seem really good. Bye. Diego
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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

Thanks, I was considering that NEC model, but it has a 16:9 aspect ratio.  My T410s would have a 16:10 and I don't want my screen "stretched".

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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

You can also consider Fujitsu P22W-5 ECO IPS Just see this site of review where it is reviewed http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/reviews.html
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Re: lenovo thinkvision L220x review (pics)

i think most response time is quoted in G2G (gray to gray time), also IPS monitor has input lag. 

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