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I dunno the review is a bit of a downer, on the other hand I find myself a bit skeptical.
If you look there the LG is far from the 0/6-15ms input lag. Of course the link I provided might not be the reference either, at least they are clearly using the CRT comparison to test input lag.

The light bleeding doesn't strike me, I would have expected better but it could have been worse also.
Like this nice image of the Acer:


Now the colors are a real let down. I'm wondering if the reviewer didn't screw something up/miss something, because as it is the BenQ is the worst 120hz monitor in that department and by far....

I just ordered the benQ from the UK, and I cannot make up my mind. Do I cancel it or do I keep it.
The thing is I will buy a 120hz monitor to replace my 19' 4/3 Belinea. I choose a 120hz for the 3DVision so input lag is not my primary concern.
So if I was to choose another monitor instead of the BenQ my choice wouldn't be obvious either....

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what do you guys think of this monitor?Asus Im thinking the only thing this the benq monitor has going for it is that its led(i dont care abot minute power savings) and the stand(which i cant use on this desk really anyways) plus this monitor is much cheaper and if after contacting them the open box one doesnt have any issues. Plus its brighter.(sorry i know that tlaste part wasnt written well, im tired)
Glossy panel...
post #212 of 530
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I just ordered the benQ from the UK, and I cannot make up my mind. Do I cancel it or do I keep it.
Keep it, and let us know if it's worth the money.
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The lowest input lag I've seen is 5ms on the LG 2286L: http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/revie...6l-part11.html
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Haha.
Bah since I won't have any way to make a proper comparison I'm pretty sure my considerations will be highly valuable.
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I received my BenQ XL2410T about week ago. My previous monitor is BenQ G2420HDB and these two monitors are like night and day. XL is better in everyway EXCEPT the screen size is smaller (23,6 vs 24)

Both have some backlight bleeding, but nothing serious. XL picture is crisp and colors are natural. And of course games look better and feel much better, thanks to low input lag and 120hz.

Only real complain is viewing angles, but for most of us it is not a real problem.

So for me this monitor is exactly what i ordered
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Glad you're happy with yours, both the minor backlight bleeding and viewing angles aren't things I'm very concerned about.

Happen to play RTS or any other non-FPS games? How's the 120Hz impact on the gameplay experience?
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I received my BenQ XL2410T about week ago. My previous monitor is BenQ G2420HDB and these two monitors are like night and day. XL is better in everyway EXCEPT the screen size is smaller (23,6 vs 24)

Both have some backlight bleeding, but nothing serious. XL picture is crisp and colors are natural. And of course games look better and feel much better, thanks to low input lag and 120hz.

Only real complain is viewing angles, but for most of us it is not a real problem.

So for me this monitor is exactly what i ordered
Unless its somehow worse than the average TN, I don't see how anyone can be disappointed by this going in, assuming that they're somewhat tech savvy and know TNs aren't great for viewing angles.

Sure, it could be listed as a con because an IPS panel would take a dump all over it in that regard, however TN is known for its speed, which is one of the monitor's biggest pros. So while there have been some 120Hz IPS panels recently announced, I would be shocked if they can match the response time and input lag performance.
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So while there have been some 120Hz IPS panels recently announced, I would be shocked if they can match the response time and input lag performance.
I think those IPS panels will be more orientated towards actual 3D viewing, and the quality of it. The group of people interested in purely 120Hz gaming seems to be very fast-growing, so hopefully 2011 will bring alot more choices along.
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Glad you're happy with yours, both the minor backlight bleeding and viewing angles aren't things I'm very concerned about.

Happen to play RTS or any other non-FPS games? How's the 120Hz impact on the gameplay experience?
Sorry, i've been playing only FPS games.

In normal light conditions I can't even see the backlight bleeding with black desktop wallpaper. But of course, every LCD is unique so some may have more, some less.
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Unless its somehow worse than the average TN, I don't see how anyone can be disappointed by this going in, assuming that they're somewhat tech savvy and know TNs aren't great for viewing angles.
You're right, viewing angles are pretty much same between both of my Benq's
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