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Posted: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 9:11 PM

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17 INCHES MONITOR, SLIGHTLY USED

30 DOLLARS

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Sony’s HS series is yet another case when design triumphs over functionality. Like the Neovo M-17, this monitor doesn’t have a classic base with a central vertical pole. It stands on a frame that protrudes out of the case (which plays the same role as the acryl plate in the Neovo monitor) and on a folding support behind..
+ Sony model looks somewhat more elegant that the Neovo.
Of course, this design of the case only allows you to adjust the tilt of the screen. The rear support has a spring, so if you want to tilt the screen more, you can just push the top of the case. And if you want to bring the screen nearer, you should pull the top of the screen toward yourself. In both cases the support will adjust itself accordingly.

The monitor’s menu is the typical menu of Sony’s LCD monitors. Its interface is not very user-friendly, mostly because it does not memorize the last adjusted setting and is also divided into two distinct parts. On the other hand, it is not downright inconvenient, either. A special feature of Sony’s monitors is that they offer you two ways to control their brightness – with the backlight lamps or with the matrix. I already discussed the pros and cons of this feature in my previous reports, so I will give you just the summary. The best way of action is to choose a certain brightness with the matrix (choose a level of brightness at which black doesn’t look too light) and never touch this setting ever after. To adjust the brightness for a particular environment later you should use the backlight lamps (the Backlight item in the monitor’s onscreen menu).


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