With the Fujitsu P23T-6 IPS, the manufacturer promises a monitor not only ideal for demanding graphics but also suitable for CAD. In addition to these properties, we will also test the quality of movie playback and gaming capabilities. Due to the good result of the Fujitsu P22W-5 ECO IPS, especially gamers should hope for similar results.
The 23-inch monitor carries an IPS panel, the backlight of which consists of LEDs. Its native resolution is 1.920 to 1.080 pixels. Further optimized by an ECO-mode, this technology promises low power consumption and a standby power consumption of zero watts. Moreover, a sensor will allow to automatically adjust the brightness to the surroundings. Other highlights of the monitor are the ergonomic stand with its auto pivot feature and its many connectivity options.
Fujitsu P23T-6 IPS: Great all-rounder excites in the test. (Photo: Fujitsu)
The specified pixel failure class I is awarded according to a new ISO standard that is somewhat more stringent than the old pixel failure class II. However, it does not guarantee a monitor free of pixel errors.
In the full PRAD review
you can read how excellent the monitor performed.