The menu interface is touch sensitive and actually works better than many we have tested in the past. If you touch the buttons with moderate force they activate easily enough.
The far left button is used to select the input connector as shown above.
The two arrow buttons can be used to directly adjust the Clear Vision settings, from off to strong. We think it looks best with the ‘off’ setting, although those people using VGA may find this can help sharpen the overall image a little.
The menu interface allows for quite a variety of adjustment settings across five main submenus. These menus almost scan the full width of the screen, along the bottom of the screen. They work as would be expected and the screen offers a decent level of brightness. We will analyse this, along with other technical attributes, shortly in the review.
The image above shows how closely to the edge, the screen extends. Although we wouldn’t say it was ‘frameless’. Screen depth is 17mm.
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