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Testing the iZ3D Monitor For Input Lag Versus Samsung 2233RZ

July 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Other S3D Tech

Don’t ask me why I did not do this check earlier since I have the iZ3D monitor available for quite some time now, anyway here are a few comparison shots between the 22-inch iZ3D Monitor and the Samsung 2233RZ for which we already know that does not have any input lag. The iZ3D monitor is on the left and the Samsung is on the right on the photos below with both monitors connected to a single VGA output by using a DVI splitter cable as this is the right way to get correct results…

As you can see from the comparison photos there is very little to no difference between what is being displayed on both monitors at the same time. The first two photos show very slight shadow from the previous numbers being displayed, but that is most likely due to slower response time than to actually having input lag on the display. Anyway, I can pretty much say that the 22-inch iZ3D monitor does not have problem with the input lag and thus is a great for gaming for both plain 3D and stereo 3D without compromising with the player’s performance by introducing additional delays when displaying the image on the screen…

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