REVIEW: Eizo Foris FS2333-BK Part 11
With the Foris FS2333, Eizo has developed a highly interesting monitor especially for gamers. Here, the capabilities of the monitor are not only impressive when reading the specifications, but also in practice.
The improvement Eizo has made to the ergonomic functions is especially praiseworthy, with the Foris FS2333 having acquired height adjustment and panning functions.
The image quality of the 23 inch IPS panel is also convincing. Good pre-defined settings are offered in the factory settings, but in order to realise the full potential of the Eizo FS2333, we recommend calibrating the monitor.
A large number of image optimisation functions, which Eizo calls Smart Functions, are offered for gamers. These functions do not simply apply a filter to the display. The image displayed is analysed and optimised in particular areas only, for example, dark sections of the image are lightened to allow the user to see better, whilst brighter sections are affected to a lesser extent. However, these improvements cannot be made without any loss of image quality.
An input lag of 0.8 milliseconds is sensational for an LCD monitor and the Eizo FS2333 sets new standards in this regard.
The Eizo FS2333 gives us little cause for criticism. The tilting function could be somewhat smoother and unfortunately, the maximum overdrive setting "improved" is hardly usable. However, the FS2333 is still fast enough when the next lower setting is selected.
The only thing that remains is the price, and Eizo surprises us here, since the Foris FS2333 is already available at a retail price of 320 Euro. The Eizo FS2333 has therefore truly earned its overall rating of very good.
Overall rating: VERY GOOD
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