Playing a great game on a top console is all very well, but what if your monitor spoils thing a little by losing a bit of the definition and clarity which the console is capable of providing?
The CES 2011 is a great place to see new developments for gamers, and those who crave a big, fast and clear screen for their gaming have got just the deal in the LG E70V monitors. Alternatively, they might like the Acer HN274H 3D model instead.
The LG model comes with the promise of a “non delay thru mode”. If the name doesn’t mean much on its own then it makes more sense when we see that it has been designed to avoid input lag when you are playing.
I guess only really top gamers are aware of the tiny lag which occurs on other monitors, but if it is something which has been annoying you then you will no doubt by delighted at this development.
The E70V series are IPS based monitors and extremely thin. The resolution is 1920 x 1080 and there are plenty of connectivity options with VGA, 2x HDMI, DVI and Audio output.
The Acer model has a built in 3D device that has been designed to work with the NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit. The resolution is the same as the LG model (1920 x 1080) and it also has a good number of connectivity options. The screen is 27” and is comes with W-LED backlighting (as does the LG model).
There have been a lot of other really good quality gaming monitors on display here in Las Vegas over the last days and in the coming months you will be able to take your pick from any number of these devices.
What would you choose?