NEC MultiSync WGX2 20" TFT Review
Author: Matt Kemp
How we tested
To really make sure that we could see what this monitor could do I used the following hardware:
Conroe Core2Duo E6600 @ 3.3Ghz
2GB Mushkin HP2 6400
Pioneer BDR101A - Blu-Ray Player
Pioneer DVR111BK - DVD writer
Xbox 360 via VGA Output
Xbox 360 HD-DVD Player
I used the DisplayMate professional monitor testing application to put it through it's paces as well as various other tests:
Watching a HD format movie from various viewing angles to see how good the screen really is.
I played through part of F.E.A.R. Counter Strike Source and Oblivion on the PC to see how the monitor lived up to gaming. I also had a quick game on Gears of War and Viva Pinata on the Xbox 360.
High-Def film Viewing
Using both the Pioneer BDR101A Blu-Ray player and the Xbox 360 HD-DVD player we took a look at high definition movies - S.W.A.T. on Blu-Ray and MI II on HD DVD.
General Browsing and use
I had a good browse of OC3D whilst performing some normal office tasks using Office 2007 beta.