REVIEW: Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv Part 10
Picture links left and right show the reproducible colour space as a volumetric 3D view.
Colour space comparison of the Adobe RGB colour space (grey/white line) and the reproducible colour space of the Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv (coloured line).
The Proview Technology TN panel has a black/white response time of 5 ms according to Packard Bell. The monitor does not have Overdrive technology; this technology is not necessary in panels with fast response times. Even those LCDs with the fastest response times and Overdrive technology have black/white response times of four to five milliseconds in accordance with the ISO norm 13406-2, even though they can reach grey-to-grey response times of as little as 2 ms.
Scene from the game "Star Wars Battlefront" (Resolution 1.0680 x 1.050).
We tested the responsiveness of the Packard Bell Maestro 220Wdv using numerous games. Even in fast-moving Ego shooting games, there is no visible streaking. However, a slight, inevitable, motion blur can been seen on the monitor.
Overall, the Maestro 220Wdv’s responsiveness is very good – the monitor is suitable for even hardcore gamers. The new 22-inch monitors on the market are of particular interest to price-conscious gamers, as demonstrated by the Iiyama E2200WS-B1 in its Prad Test, where it performed very well in terms of gaming.
Picture from the game "Counter-Strike: Source" (Resolution 1.680 x 1.050).
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