The folks of LG has once again sent over a monitor for my grimy hands to play with and this time, it’s the E60 series.
I was hoping that it will be a monitor with an even larger screen estate because the previous one they sent to me was the LG W2486 and has a 24″ widescreen; which I had eventually purchased and it has been my primary monitor with a dual monitor set-up at home.
The slight disappointment with the smaller screen estate of the LG E2360 was quickly overwhelmed when I unboxed it and realized it was so thin and light compared to the now bulky looking LG W2486!
I quickly moved my old Samsung monitor to the shelves; demoted the 24″ LG W2486 as my secondary monitor and assigned the sleek looking LG E2360 as my primary monitor. Pardon my messy desk but I have to show how it barely accommodates the 2 huge LG widescreen monitors.
First impressions upon using the LG E2360? Colours were impressive and the contrast of images and video on the screen were even better than the already impressive LG W2486. The other specifications are impressive too!
LG E2360 LED LCD Monitor Specifications:
- Screen Size: 23″
- Panel Type: TN
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Brightness (cd/m2): 250
- Contrast Ratio (DFC): 5,000,000:1
- Response Time (GTG): 5 ms (Typical)
- Viewing Angle: 170º
- Display Colors: 16.7 M
- Panel Surface: Anti-Glare, 3H
The recommended retail price of the monitor is S$298.
I will be holding on it for a little while more and I’ll share more about the LG E2360 later!
[Disclosure]: The LG E60 monitor is on loan to me for reviews with the option to purchase it at a small discount should I choose to.