LCD monitors with TN+Film matrixes have been pushing their opponents out of the market thanks to low pricing, so there are very few models with matrix types other than TN+Film available today. And although modern TN matrixes are not as bad as they used to be, I wouldn’t call them perfect as yet. The main problem with them is that the vertical viewing angle is too small. As the consequence, the screen gets dark when viewed from below.
This makes models with PVA, MVA and IPS matrixes even more precious for people who are willing to pay more for higher quality. In this review I will discuss one such option, the 24-inch Dell 2408WFP with an S-PVA matrix. This model represents the development of the 2407WFP-HC model we tested earlier.
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