NEC MultiSync LCD1760NX
This model is a more expensive analog of the previous one. It has the same super-fast matrix, and better viewing angles (160 degrees both horizontal and vertical). There is also a DVI connector present.
The design of the display is similar to the other model from NEC, except the base. There is a vertical pole here, allowing the adjustment of both: the tiling and the height of the screen. Moreover, thanks to the rotating circle in the base, you can swing the screen to 170 degrees to the left or right. As this model was painted white (they come in two colors – white or black), I had no problems reading the markings written on the buttons. White letters on a white background turned to be easier to read than black on black.
Notwithstanding wider specified viewing angles, there are no evident improvements. Both: horizontal and vertical angles are far from perfect, just like in LCD1701, and the display doesn’t stand up to its 160 degrees promise. Meanwhile, the small effective viewing angle can even be discomforting at work. Screen brightness is similar to that of the previous model: 40% brightness and contrast were comfortable enough for me.
The measured response time was 17ms (13ms rise + 4ms fall). As the measurement error is about 1-2ms, we can say that the display met its specifications. Again, the backlight lamp of this model modulated at a frequency of 220Hz.
Pixel rise time
Pixel fall time