Color gradients are reproduced with banding, especially in the area of darks. Dark halftones are distinguishable at any contrast but lights merge into white at a contrast of 50% and higher.
The color gamut is standard differing but slightly from the sRGB color space. I can only note that the monitor’s white point (marked with a white circle) almost coincides with the sRGB point of white (marked with a black cross; it corresponds to a color temperature of 6500K).
The average uniformity of white brightness is 7.3% with a maximum deflection of 20.6%. There is a strong darkening in the top right corner. For black, the numbers are better: 3.2% on average and 12.4% at the maximum.
The gamma curves are nearly ideal at the default settings, going close to the theoretical curve for gamma 2.2.
It’s worse at the reduced settings: darks become lighter than they should be.
The monitor is rather fast thanks to RTC technology. Its response time average is 7.0 milliseconds (GtG) with a maximum of 19 milliseconds.