Originally Posted by senna89
Between two what is the model with less ghosting and input lag ?
im searching a gaming monitor fast both 60 than 120Hz also with Lightboost mode enable.
LightBoost ghosting is virtually nonexistent on both VG248QE and XL2420TE, according to CallSignVega.
Input lag is identical (at least in LightBoost) based on my previous tests of ASUS and BENQ monitors
Originally Posted by BYOGamingPC
The ASUS VG248QE
is a better performing monitor IMO.
I have measured the input lag of both my ASUS VG278H and BENQ XL2411T with my prototype Blur Busters Input Lag Tester, and the latency in LightBoost mode (of the two) is darn nearly the same, and non-LightBoost mode (of the two) is the same as well. Less than 1ms difference between the two. I would be surprised if the VG248QE and XL2420TE were even more different.
Also, I understand that the XL2420TE
is a new model that uses the same panel as the VG248QE, unlike past XL2420T without the "E" suffix. In addition, the XL2420TE uses PWM-free dimming in non-LightBoost mode, unlike the VG248QE which has had some eyestrain reports. The XL2420TE has a wider brightness dimming range, which is good if you want to be able to dim the screen even further.
The XL2411T that I have here, uses the same panel (1ms, 144Hz) as the new XL2420TE and VG248QE. There might be revisions to the panel, but CallSignVega has played with all three.
Can you tell your findings which attributes you found VG248QE to be better than the XL2420TE? Color quality? Better warranty service?Edited by mdrejhon - 9/30/13 at 10:47am