Do not let the brand put you off, the Hyundai W241D is an extremely polished and technically accomplished unit.
Its key feature is an up-to-the-second S-PVA panel. The scuttlebutt suggests it is the very same Samsung produced panel as found in a number of premium 24-inchers, including Samsung's own 245T model, naturally enough.
Undoubtedly, it's ludicrously vibrant and sports rich, saturated colours that are a match for the 245T, and indeed the likes of Dell's 2407WFP-HC. In short, it offers all the usual advantages of a monitor based on a PVA panel.
Black tones are deep and inky, while whites are bright, crisp and even. Likewise, it boasts extremely stable viewing angles with most colours and in both axis. We're also happy to report that input lag, often a problem on PVA screens, is absent.
Great PVA panel. Comprehensive connectivity. High quality chassis
A few image artefacts
Every bit as good as the more expensive PVA competition already on the market
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