Fortemanager Windows 7 Lg 27 UPD
Fortemanager Windows 7 Lg 27
looking at the other settings, you can tell the screen will go to sleep after a few minutes of inactivity. this means the screen will blank after a period of time. in the options menu you can choose what time limit you want to use, and then how long after that before the screen is actually set to sleep. in this instance, we chose 1 minute of inactivity and 3 minutes of inactivity.
our next point of interest is the menu at the top of the screen. as well as the osd, lg has equipped this menu with an array of useful and interesting features. these include a dynamic display, an intelligent pre-set menu, an equaliser that will let you tweak how audio and video are handled on the screen, a feature that changes the colour of the screen with the ambient light in the room, and a range of other features.
this monitor is not the same for the money compared to many others on the market. this monitor in particular i found to have a good viewing angle and a fairly large screen size. it is made out of plastic and metal and is not all that well built. since it is made out of plastic and the anti-glare glass, you won’t be able to put a desk on this monitor or lay it horizontally on your desk. if it gets too hot, you will have to tilt it slightly in order to watch it. however, it is very easy to adjust the screen if you want to or need to. other than that, it’s a pretty good monitor for the price.
the range of adjustability is good, although there is no way to control the brightness. the only possible disadvantage is that there are no shortcuts to switch to the other monitor outputs from the keyboard. this is a common feature for very affordable 4k models. in this monitor, it’s not that helpful and might not be possible. the laptop user will not be so bothered though.
of course, anything thats available to you in the screen s ui is also present in the osd, but most of the time youll be able to just tweak things there. to start with, you can choose to use the native resoution or any other resolution you like. we stuck with the native resoution of 1,920 x 1,080 to keep costs down, and even after scaling it up and down the osd was still easily readable, even at its worst.
whats more, the osd also sports a useful facility that lets you adjust individual colours and settings, such as the warmth of the image, gamma levels and so on. we found the fonts quite easy to read as well, thanks to the large size.
the osd is also the one place you can make changes to the viewing modes and information that you see onscreen. you can enter custom menus, schedules, hd mode information and, of course, a power saving mode and any others the manufacturer thinks of. again, the font was easy to read, but the 10in in the picture below is easily the best weve seen in a screen from a sub $1,000 pc.
a rewatch of screen 42 on the above video gives you an idea of the kind of level of detail the osd adds to the picture. you can tell when the screen is actually off, or even when the osd is calculating a result – the test screens were definitely no longer calculating the results when this was active, which saved some battery life on our video source.
the screen is fully adjustable, with some clever tricks to further save battery life. one of these is that if you turn off the screen, you can then turn it back on without losing your current position. this means you can, for example, change the channels in the osd while the screen is off, and then have that setting retained when the screen is back on.