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How can I try both?

And what did you mean by "can't trust the numbers" De-Zant? That I should trust the test was more correct than the numbers and go for u2311h?
I was just saying that you can't trust the numbers. If you don't know what I'm talking about, let me tell you. Advertised response times and contrast ratios are a scam. Those you can't trust. Everything else is trustable, but not those.

Cant help you decide between the two since I haven't seen the FS2331, nor haeard about it
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buy one monitor and if u dont like use the "withdrawal" in 7 days, the shop will give all your money.
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But I will still have to pay for cargo. In dollar thats 18.95 USD.

I have a desktop with AG and no, it doesn't look as great as my laptop without AG.


How is Dell's Ag compared to a LED tn monitor (I have BenQ 21,5" LED V2210 Eco)



I'm also worried by plausible motion blur on u2311h, will that be a problem?
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I'm also worried by plausible motion blur on u2311h, will that be a problem?
Just got mine today; no noticeable motion blur whatsoever on my monitor.
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I bought Dell U2311H last year and I am very happy with it. Awesome IPS monitor.
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sorry, I ment I was worried about motion blur on Eizo, and that's much why I decided to go for u2311h yesterday.

I also think the look of Eizo is not so good with the speakers below the monitor that makes the monitor look really old. In addition u2311h has USB port, and nice possibility to adjust the monitor's height and position
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I was just saying that you can't trust the numbers. If you don't know what I'm talking about, let me tell you. Advertised response times and contrast ratios are a scam. Those you can't trust. Everything else is trustable, but not those.

Cant help you decide between the two since I haven't seen the FS2331, nor haeard about it
Viewing angles are another one of those numbers, especially when dealing with TN panels. They always advertise really high numbers like 160-178 degrees, but in reality that's only the maximum angle you can still see an image at, NOT the maximum angle before you perceive a color shift. It's not really a scam like response times and contrast ratios, but it's still important to know the distinction there.
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Viewing angles are another one of those numbers, especially when dealing with TN panels. They always advertise really high numbers like 160-178 degrees, but in reality that's only the maximum angle you can still see an image at, NOT the maximum angle before you perceive a color shift. It's not really a scam like response times and contrast ratios, but it's still important to know the distinction there.
Hadn't even thought of that, but then again, those are not something that are often looked at as requirements for gaming, unlike the response times and contrast. "Hai guies is dis moniter good it has 2ms response and 5 million contrast!?!?!? Kthx"
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Hadn't even thought of that, but then again, those are not something that are often looked at as requirements for gaming, unlike the response times and contrast. "Hai guies is dis moniter good it has 2ms response and 5 million contrast!?!?!? Kthx"
lol, so true
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