I fail to understand why LED and LCD TN monitors still suffer from lackluster performance, it almost seems the higher the Hz rating the worse the colors, gamma and overall quality suffers! LCD's have been around a long time, I know TN panels are limited when compared to IPS monitors.
The HP 2511x and HP 2711x
while only offering 60Hz (5ms) monitors are stunning, have excellent color clarity and sharpness are top notch, why can't there exist a monitor that's close to perfect like the advances in LED HDTV's in the last few years?It seems as if the 60Hz panels are greatly outperforming there faster cousins by a large margin in picture quality!
The HP 2711x offers a unique 25″ glossy screen with ‘BrightView’ anti-reflective treatment. This gives great depth, clarity and vibrancy to the image. It also works nicely with the strong contrast performance to give games a vivid and lifelike look. The monitor is also responsive with little input lag and no overdrive trailing (inverse ghosting).
The screen is slender and supports only tilt adjustment, although a trio of inputs is included with HDMI being particularly welcome for console gamers.
27″ glossy screen (BrightView)
60Hz TN panel
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) resolution
WLED backlight (sRGB colour gamut)
5ms typical response time
HDMI, DVI and VGA connectivity
Stand is tiltable and can be detached, but no VESA holes are incldued