Published on December 4th,2006 at 6:42 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

L226WT, the 22” Vista Ready screen

Attention shoppers, “Marketing Masturbation” ahead! This is the first LG LCD for PC with the “Made for Vista” and “Vista Ready” logos… So the future non-geek shopper will sweat a lot when these screens will hit the market… It’ll be like: What?? My brand new LCD is not Vista Ready?? OMG!! What am I gonna do?? My screen will not display anything under Vista!! My dear readers, let’s pray for those poor retailers who will have to explain what the heck this logo really means…
Anyway, shall we go back to our screen? The L226WT is a 22” LCD screen with a 1680×1050 resolution, a 300cd/m2 brightness, a 3000:1 ration for contrast, a 5ms response time, DV-D, and a 170° viewing angle. Otherwise, the Vista thing tells the screen will be using Vista’s Aero Glass, pretty much as any other screen on the market today.



Via LG
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Comments
 

  • Sven

    i assume the 3000:1 contrast is a dynamic contrast ratio and not the actual contrast ratio?
    but indeed, the vista ready and made for vista logo’s are quite useless, to bad even most retailers don’t know what it means (i’m working in a shop aswell and i recently have been reading about the vista capable, vista ready and made for vista stuff, and its all marketing, good marketing tho, but read further than the brochures and you’l see that most hardware is capable of opperating under windows vista.

  • Emjoi

    All I was going to say was she’s cute an’ all, but my hands remain firmly above the table.

  • WARBO

    FANTASTIC, this thing is huge and sooooo cheap. picture is really crisp, colour needs turned down from factory setting but after 5 imins fiddling its better than my samsung by quite a way, only gripe is some white light bleed top and bottom edge on black screen but dropping brightness helps a lot. much better than i expected for the dosh. recommended

  • DarkOmen

    The Vista thing is is because of the DHCP ability of the monitor. Vista utilizes DRM which will prevent the output of high-definition content protected (HD-DVD/Blu-Ray) over a non-secure digital connection. Vista will actually scale the image quality down if you were to play this HD content over a normal (non DHCP) DVI link. Although it is marketing related, it does directly reflect on the functionality of the monitor.

 

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