Colours all wrong
Sadly, the default colours are inaccurate and can't be manually corrected. All tones, from light to dark, have a blue dominance and whites are reddish. If you try and rectify one of these dominances, you will automatically accentuate one of the others. If that wasn’t enough, blacks lack depth (0.34 cd/m²), which explains the rather modes contrast ratio of 600:1.
Some screens can compensate for any defects thanks to an intelligent form factor, but the W2252TQ is not one of them. There is a DVI + HDCP connection, but that’s it. In short, only pure gamers will really be happy. They'll also appreciate the excellent response of the electronics inside the W2252TQ as there is barely any input lag when compared to what is displayed on a CRT.
- The best current reactivity
- You might like the original look
- Stand and bezel
- TN panel = lower viewing angle darkens
- No zero dead pixel policy
If you are looking for the most reactive screen of the moment, this is it; however, you will have to make some concessions in colour fidelity.