REVIEW: Eizo HD2441W-TS Part 13
The pixel size of a 24-inch widescreen monitor with a native resolution of 1.920 x 1.200 pixels is, at 0,270 mm, very close to the pixel size of a 17-inch LCD (0,264 mm), whose native resolution is 1.280 x 1.024. Because of the smaller pixels, the picture seems finer, but text is considerably smaller than on a 19-inch model with a pixel size of 0,294 mm.
At 75 %, three DIN-A4 pages can be placed side by side on the desktop without a problem and the text remains very legible.
The Samsung S-PVA panel in the HD2441W-TS has overdrive support in order to speed up the response time. Without overdrive, VA panels respond sluggishly and demonstrate streaks when displaying moving pictures. The Dynamic Motion Picture Overdrive used was developed by Eizo itself. Eizo was the first manufacturers to bring a monitor with overdrive to the market when it introduced the L778 at the start of 2005. For black-white changes, the manufacturer advertises a response time of 16 ms. For grey-to-grey, the HS2441W-TS needs just 6 ms according to Eizo.
Picture from the PC game "Bioshock" (Resolution 1.920 x 1.200)
Picture from the PC game "Half-Life 2: Episode One" (Resolution 1.920 x 1.200)
We tested the responsiveness of the Eizo HD2441W-TS using practical tests with numerous games on the computer and the PlayStation 3. Even in fast ego shooting games, the monitor demonstrates no visible streaks (seams of colour that follow objects, especially at their edges). We were also unable to detect any corona effect (bright halo around moving objects). Thus, the Dynamic Motion Picture overdrive works effectively and is well-adjusted to the S-PVA panel.
Picture from the PC game "Far Cry" (Resolution 1.920 x 1.200)
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