REVIEW: Acer G24 Part 14
With regard to its interpolation performance, the Acer G24 is perfect for gamers – as long as they can live with the average input lag of 30 ms which it cause (see Responsiveness section).
In some games such as Crysis or Call of Duty 4, even high-performance graphics cards meet their limits, especially at a FullHD resolution of 1.920 x 1.200 pixels. Here, the 1:1 display steps in, which is connected with the lowest lag. The 24-inch model thus "transforms" itself into an optionally smaller monitor without loss of sharpness – naturally with compromises in terms of image surface.
However, even interpolated image content, so in justified or full screen display is mastered by the futuristic 24-inch model flawlessly, since not a trace can be seen of the weakness in desktop usage for the resolution 1.680 x 1.050 that we mentioned before.
Widescreen resolutions (full screen):
The native WUXGA resolution 1.920 x 1.200
Left: 1.680 x 1.050 und right: 1.440 x 900
4 : 3 resolutions (full screen / justified):
Left: 1.280 x 1.024 full screen and right: 1.280 x 1.024 justified
Left: 1.024 x 768 full screen and right: 1.024 x 768 justified
Despite the lower number of pixels, there is hardly a difference between the different resolutions. Where the degree of detail is concerned, the smallest resolution (1,024 x 768) can of course not compare with the WUXGA resolution. This is of course at the physical limit of the resolution.
For gamers, the Acer G24 is perfect in terms of interpolation quality, but office users, too, will do well with the 24-inch model with its enlarged display of texts.
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