Originally Posted by Mjolnir125
Input lag and refresh rate are not the same thing; the 22 ms is a total value that takes the lag in the electronics into account as well.
Right, which ultimately affect response as a whole to the user anyway - The issue is still valid right? Or no? Like I said I could be wrong and should just adhere to the manufacturers specifications of "8ms"
Originally Posted by MenacingTuba
Color preset quality and black levels are basically the same as the Dell U2713HM and Asus PB278Q..the VP2770's main advantage is the lesser amount of ghosting, lag and quality control issues (no image retention, matte coating cross-hatching and less bleeding issues.)
The LG 27EA83R (non R=wide gamut=avoid) is a wild card since it has yet to be reviewed but it typically costs 800$+
So essentially the VP2770 is the leader as far as brand names go - Only downside is cost and look appeal? Cost is of no issue to me, and the looks can be ignored i'm sure (Or Vesa mount if possible?)
This brings me to my next query - 10-bit monitors. I hear they are not what they're cracked up to be and when compared to 8-bit monitors they are pretty rubbish.Edited by TotalRedemption - 5/14/13 at 6:09pm