When your response rate isn't your response rate
Subject: Displays | August 13, 2007 - 09:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
22" screens sit at about the $300 price mark, and tend not to have some of the features you see on higher end LCDs, like response time compensation. This tends to mean that the published response rate tends to be much lower than what you will actually experience, even to the point of ghosting in games and action movies. X-bit Labs has done some homework on this size of monitor, and give a complete break down on seven TN matrix monitors and their various strengths and weaknesses.
"This roundup is all about 22" LCD monitors that have hit the shops but recently. A couple of years ago this
diagonal just didn’t exist although 23" and larger monitors were already available and even enjoyed some popularity.
So, we are going to discuss 7 22-inch models from BenQ, Dell, LG and Samsung."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Flirting with
Perfection--Samsung's New 27-Inch LCD @ ExtremeTech
- Insignia NS-LCD37 37-inch LCD HDTV @ I4U
VX2835wm 28 Inch LCD Display @ XYZ Computing
- XtremeMac HDMI Switcher Review @ The
- XtremeMac ExtremeHD HDMI Switcher @ Futurelooks