REVIEW: Belinea 101920 (No. 111919) Part 6
After having calibrated the Belinea 101920’s colors with the use of the Colorimeter Eye-One Display by GretagMacbeth, we measured the quality of color reproduction. While the Belinea is surely capable of covering a wide color space, its output can not be regarded as very true color, as the diagram to the left shows. Particularly professionals such as graphics artists or illustrators who are in the need for accurate color values should keep this in mind.
Measurements taken from the Belinea 101920 (click picture for enlargement and explanation)
The response time of the AUO made MVA panel is specified to be 20 ms for black/white and 8ms for grey-to-grey shifts. By running several games, we put the Belinea 101920’s responsiveness and gaming capabilities to the test.
We tested the Belinea 101920 for gaming suitability by means of the following game title
Even in fast paced shooters such as DOOM III, no perceivable ghosting became apparent on the Belinea 101920. It is safe to say that the 101920 is on par with other great all-rounder displays such as the Viewsonic VP191s (8ms) or the Eizo S1910-K.
The effect of motion blurring, which all TFT display show due to the underlying technological principal can be observed here, too, of course. We were unable to notice the usual ghosting effect (white outlines on quickly moving objects) with games we tested the Belinea 101920 with. However, the effect becomes very pronounced with bright text scrolling on dark background.
Picture taken from DOOM III
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