Yet another poor LCD performer reviewed by PC Mag. It seems that manufacturers are boasting when they need to spend more time developing instead. This is a shame as I really thought that the Envision EN7410 could be a little different.
The 17-inch Envision EN7410 monitor has the breathtakingly low street price of $250, which is considerably lower than many 15-inch LCDs. As you might expect, you don’t get a lot of extras at this price, but it is a serviceable unit that should suit the needs of most office workers.
The attractive silver bezel is mounted on a charcoal base. There’s only a tilt adjustment, though; you don’t get height or swivel, and the panel does not rotate to portrait mode. The monitor has only one analog input and no digital signal support. The front-panel buttons are well-marked, but they control an on-screen menu that is limited to just the basic adjustments. The printed setup instructions are extremely skimpy, but you do get a more thorough manual on CD.