Iiyama ProLite E430S
It is a new LCD display model from Iiyama. Its shipments began last spring. The specified characteristics don’t differ much from those of the previous model: 250nit brightness, 350:1 contrast, 140/120 degrees viewing angles (horizontal and vertical, respectively), and 25ms response time.
The display is very neat and compact: a thin case, a small and elegant base that allows adjusting the screen tiling… The model may come in three colors: white, silver (with “S” in their marking) and black (with “B” in their marking). There are two built-in speakers, but the sound quality they produce is only enough to give voice to Windows and ICQ-like programs.
The menu follows the bad example of the previous model, AS4315UT, with the same disadvantages: the division of the menu into three groups is unhandy.
Horizontal viewing angle is average, while vertical one depends on the direction: if you look at the screen from below, it appears dark. The brightness adjustment increment is very small: you can hardly see the difference changing brightness by plus-minus 5%. It’s all quite different with contrast, even 1% changes are evident. When working in a word-processing program, I found 60% brightness and 32% contrast most comfortable settings.
During the test the display produced 28ms pixel rise time and 4ms pixel fall time, making 32ms in total.
Pixel rise time
Pixel fall time