Excellent shows and drawing melkodetalizirovannyh scenes on full high-definition signal. Above all praise and realistic colors. Picture juicy, natural colors, and there is a picture of the alyapistosti that frequent in the low-budget monitors. Signal of low quality BenQ G2220HDA little cleaning, but I must say that the possibility of monitor graphic chip is still strongly limited, and completely ruined the video, it is likely to show an "as is". Monitor uniquely kinoteatralen and can advise those who would like to watch a movie with high quality and in full high definition. Office-test As the test content, we used a test program Nokia Monitor Test, office applications, video and computer games. The first showed excellent brightness and contrast settings on the table brightness & contrast All gradient strips were clearly marked, the boundaries between the brightness gradients are marked clearly, from 10% brightness and up to 90%. Table kegl showed a clear image of the font Times New Roman down to 4 pin.

This is a very good indicator, since the font with serifs and a rather difficult to display. Since the test program, we actually went to office suites, more precisely on the most difficult to monitor every text editor Word. Here, too, as Nokia Monitor Test program, we have included Times New Roman font and in stages, starting with 2 pin and tried to print the text above. The result was almost the same as for the test program – for optimal performance of minimally small as comfortable with the font Times New Roman font is the fourth. The result definitely be commended Monitor BenQ G2220HDA. He proved himself an excellent and office worker and an avid kinoteatralom and avid gamer. The lack of DVI connectors, and HDMI, not much impact on the image, and the use of adapters removed many of the problems with konnektirovaniem. It should be noted that this product is probably the most low-end solution for anyone who wants to have a renderer resolution Full HD, today. Especially as the quality of matrix and CPU monitor perfectly complement the resolution of its display.