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NEC AccuSync LCD24WMCX 24" widescreen monitor
Posted by newsbot on April 15th 2008



On the whole then, the NEC AccuSync LCD24WMCX has its share ofproblemswith precise editing of photos taken in a photo studio, but it wasnever intended for that usage model – NEC has a whole host of displaysthat deliver colour accuracy far and above this particular screen. Andfor most usage models—especially gaming and movie playback inparticular—the LCD24WMCX will be more than adequate.Given its price point, it's quite an attractive proposition, but youmust be aware of the drawbacks of the panel technology used. From ourexperience, it's one of the better 24-inch TN+Film displays on themarket so it represents reasonable value for money for those on a tightbudget.Simply put, if you're looking for a relatively cheap 1,920 x 1,200monitor with lots of inputs to use for gaming, movie playback, Internetbrowsing and a bit of light image editing, the NEC AccuSync LCD24WMCXis definitely a tempting option. What it isn't though is a screentargeted at those looking for a very colour-accurate display and, ifyou fall into that camp, there are better PVA or MVA units on themarket that will suit your needs.

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