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LG Shows Off Four New IPS Monitors

Category: Monitors
Posted: 01:21PM

LG has shown off some new computer monitors that all boast IPS panels. There will be four new screens in total with sizes ranging from 20 inches to 23 inches. It isn't the largest size but at least each one is benefacting from an IPS panel. The new monitors are the IPS2062T, the IPS226V, the IPS236V, and the IPS231P. All four feature LED backlighting to help generate deep blacks and even boasts a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio with 250 nits of brightness. The latter three models, the 21.5" and the two 23" screens, all feature a 1920x1080 resolution while the 20" model has a 1600x900 resolution. All four feature a 6ms response time so these should be good to go for gaming. All four monitors will connect via VGA and DVI, with the models ending in V including HDMI as well. The IPS231P is a professional model so it will benefit from height, pivot, swivel, and tilt adjustments while the other three are fixed displays.

LG did not release any availability or pricing information but hopefuly that follows shortly.

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tkrow21 on September 12, 2010 11:06AM
6ms... Someone tell me if I'm wrong, or if it's just because my Vizio TV is cheap, but it's a lot more noticeable going from 5ms.
ClayMeow on September 13, 2010 06:13PM
Are you asking if there's a noticeable difference between 5ms and 6ms? If you're talking the same measurements (eg. GTG for both), then you'd probably need some advanced computer to tell you there's a difference. lol
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Master Blaster on September 30, 2010 12:08PM
Remember too that response time measurements given by manufacturers are best case numbers. And, although not as bad as say dB ratings on fans, real world performance is never as good. So your Vizo may say 6ms, but that number won't apply to all the different types of color transitions. Also some monitors use color dithering which further degrades response time. One suppossed 5ms monitor in actuality had a 14ms response time on some color transitions.

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