REVIEW: NEC LCD2690WUXi Part 13
With a latency of just two frames, the NEC LCD2690WUXi should be very acceptable for gaming for most users.
We do not consider a latency of two frames to be problematic. We know from experience that most gamers do not notice such short lags at all. Only some hardcore gamers, who particularly value the closest to real time display behaviour possible would notice the input lag as a fault.
The interpolation behaviour of the NEC LCD2690WUXi can be modified directly in the monitor’s OSD. Here, the user can choose from full-screen, side and (as an absolute exception) user-defined interpolation.
Furthermore, the image sharpness can be digitally increased or decreased using a special Sharpness function in the OSD. This setting can be changed independently of the type of interpolation chosen.
We rate the image playback quality of the LCD2690WUXi when displaying non-native resolutions as very good. In the games we tested, no losses of image sharpness or detail could be seen in the smaller resolutions we chose.
Detail from the game "Far Cry" (1.920 x 1.200 pixels)
Detail from the game "Far Cry" (1.680 x 1.050 pixels)
Detail from the game "Far Cry" (1.440 x 900 pixels)
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