REVIEW: Eizo HD2441W-TS Part 14
Picture from the PS3 demo "Heavenly Sword" (Resolution 720p, 1.280 x 720)
The Eizo HD2441W-TS does show a certain motion blur. The slight blurring is visible on textures when the player’s character turns quickly in the game, for example.
However, this behaviour is caused by the technology used in LCD monitors. The motion blur arises in the eye of the observer (Sample and Hold effect) and is observed in different levels of severity by each individual.
Picture from the PS3 game "Motor Storm" (Resolution 720p, 1.280 x 720)
Picture from the PS3 game "Resistance - Fall of Man" (Resolution 720p, 1.280 x 720)
We did not observe any so-called mouse or input lags on the HD2441W-TS. The lag is comparable with that of the Eizo S2410W and is therefore under 30 ms.
Overall, we rate the responsiveness as good. Occasional gamers can definitely purchase the Eizo HD2441W without further deliberation. For those who consider themselves hardcore gamers, however, we do not consider the monitor suitable. For these gamers, we recommend that they look to the 22-inch widescreen models with fast-responding TN panels.
Interpolation behaviour can be adjusted in the OSD of the Eizo HD2441W-TS. In PC mode (so either via D-Sub or DVI-D), the user can choose from: full screen, justified or 1:1 display. In video mode via HDMI, the following interpolation settings are available: 4:3, letterbox, 16:9 and 16:9 full screen.
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