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Gateway FHX2152L


$190.00 Released October, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:2ms response time is excellent for gaming and fast-moving video. Colors are life-like and realistic, great for watching video. Color accuracy is good enough to do photo editing with.

The Cons:Stand is a little flimsy, tends to wobble when you press the powe rbutton. Colors are never extremely vivid, don't often see colors that "pop".

The FHX2152L is a mid-range 21-inch LED monitor from Gateway released in October, 2010. Compared to Gateway’s larger 24-inch FHX2402L model with added HDMI support, this monitor is a step down. The FHX2152L features a glossy black bezel with a non-adjustable aluminum/black stand.

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Features include a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 12,000,000 dynamic contrast ratio. The response time is rated at a 2ms. As such, this monitor is marketed towards users interested in multimedia or gaming. Input options include standard VGA and DVI connections, however HDMI is not offered on the FHX2152L. Energy Star qualification and RoHS certification come standard.

Features

  • 21” LED panel
  • 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution
  • 16:9 aspect ratio
  • 12,000,000 dynamic contrast ratio
  • 2ms response time
  • Glossy black bezel
  • Aluminum/black stand
  • VGA, DVI input
  • Energy Star certified

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  • 2

    2ms response time is excellent for gaming and fast-moving video

  • 1

    colors are life-like and realistic, great for watching video

  • 1

    color accuracy is good enough to do photo editing with

  • 1

    contrast and brightness are great by default, have a good range of adjustability for personal preference

  • 1

    extremely thin form factor, barely takes up any room on a desk, stand included

  • 1

    uses very little power during operation, less than 18 watts

Cons
  • 1

    stand is a little flimsy, tends to wobble when you press the powe rbutton

  • 1

    colors are never extremely vivid, don't often see colors that "pop"

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