The Good The Lenovo L2060 Wide has acceptable overall performance and a low price.
The Bad The Lenovo L2060 Wide has a low brightness that translates into a dim picture when watching movies.
The Bottom Line The Lenovo L2060 Wide is a low-priced 20-incher with acceptable overall performance.
Lenovo L2060 Wide
The 20-inch Lenovo L2060 Wide is available for as low as $135 and includes acceptable overall performance. Unfortunately, its relatively low brightness hampers movie playback by constraining the colors and not allowing them to pop. Thanks to their higher brightness, both the 20-inch HP 2009m and Flatron W2053TQ are better overall performers and can be found for about the same price.
Design and features
The 20-inch Lenovo L2060 Wide looks like a slightly smaller version of the L215P we reviewed previously. The L2060 Wide has a glossy black chassis that contrasts nicely with its light gray neck, making it stand out visually from most monitors. The glossy black bezel measures a short 0.6 inch on the left and right sides and 0.8 inch on the top and bottom. The middle of the top bezel has a raised silver Lenovo logo on it.
The panel is nearly 1 inch deep; however, the back of the display, which houses the connection options and ventilation system, extends another .9 inch, bringing the full monitor depth to about 1.9 inches. The panel width measures 18.7 inches long, which is average for a monitor of this screen size. The bottom of the bezel sits about 2.8 inches from the desktop, but unfortunately, this screen height is neither adjustable nor is there a swivel or pivot option, which is useful if you prefer portrait mode. The capability to tilt the screen back 20 degrees is the only included ergonomic feature.
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