White brightness is quite uniform: an average deflection of 4.7% with a maximum of 14.3%. It’s worse on black: the sides of the screen are darker and the average deflection is 7.6% with a maximum of 18.8%.
An interesting feature of this monitor I have not met with in other models, if the monitor is displaying a black background (without even a mouse pointer on it), it automatically lowers the brightness of the backlight lamps threefold to save energy. It is a nice, even though not vitally important, feature.
The gamma curves are all right at the default settings but you can see that there is a little bit too much of contrast and the blue curve differs from the others.
Reducing the level of contrast brings about a positive effect. The curves look good enough at the 100nit settings.
The color temperature setup is sloppy, the temperature dispersion between the levels of gray being as large as 3000K in every mode. Moreover, the monitor doesn’t offer a really warm mode. The image is always cold with a bluish tint.
The color gamut is standard. There is nothing to comment upon.