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Is this new Eizo really 2ms GTG?

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October 26, 2010 11:36:04 PM

Hi,

If you go to the Eizo German website you see in the specs tab of this link this link http://www.eizo.de/monitore/flexscan...oll/S1902.html that (translated from German) the new Eizo S1902 have a typical response time rise and fall of 4,5 / 1,5 ms black to withe (not Black-White-Black) how this translates in black to black and grey to grey?

In Eizo´s global website says 5ms black to black. There was the Eizo S1911 witch discontinued i think a few months ago and in its specs showed 2ms GTG but this contrary to the S1902 had an Overdrive, so why don´t they say the same GTG response because 5ms BTB is about 2ms GTG?

I need a small but good gaming monitor but the 19" and 20" are very small vertical wise.

BTW anyone seen a review of this new S1902?

Thanks in advance

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October 27, 2010 12:21:58 AM

Maybe is better explained this way:

If you go to the Eizo German website http://www.eizo.de/monitore.html and you see in the Business-Standard section the specs tab of the Eizo S1902 you will see that its typical response time rise and fall of 4,5 / 1,5 ms black to withe (4,5/1,5 ms, Schwarz-Weiß-Wechsel) how this translates in black to black and grey to grey?
For example the S1901 (other eizo) says in the front page were are all the 5:4 monitors that have 6ms Grau-Grau-Wechsel ie 6ms Grey Grey Change = 6ms GTG but in it´s specs tab also say´s (as the S1902) 4,5/1,5 ms, Schwarz-Weiß-Wechsel ie black withe change = black to withe! This is a typo or 4,5 / 1,5 ms black to withe = 6ms GTG?

In Eizo´s global website says 5ms black to black for the S1902 :pt1cable:  :sarcastic:  .

There was the Eizo S1911 witch discontinued i think a few months ago and in its specs showed 2ms GTG but this contrary to the S1902 had an Overdrive, so why don´t they say the same GTG response? because 5ms BTB is about 2ms GTG right?

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