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Monitor Blowout Part 4: DELL, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung tested for Input Lag


As promised, here is the final part of our Monitor Blowout! This update to the input lag database features several monitors from DELL, HP, Lenovo, and the ever popular Samsung. With this update, our input lag database now features a staggering 228 displays! Please stay tuned for further updates to Display Lag’s database coming very soon.


[tabs] [tab title=”Monitor List“] (23”) DELL S2330MX LED Monitor

(30″) DELL U3011 IPS LCD Monitor

(23″) HP 23XI IPS LED Monitor

(23″) HP 2311x LED Monitor

(25″) HP 2511x LED Monitor

(27″) HP 27XI IPS LED Monitor

(21″) Lenovo LI2221S IPS LED Monitor

(23″) Lenovo LI2321S IPS LED Monitor

(27″) Lenovo LI2721S IPS LED Monitor

(20″) Samsung S20B300B LED Monitor

(21.5″) Samsung T22B350ND LED HDTV

(23″) Samsung S23B300B LED Monitor

(23″) Samsung C23A750X LED Monitor

(23″) Samsung S23A950D 3D LED Monitor

(24″) Samsung S24B350HL LED Monitor

(24″) Samsung S24B750V LED Monitor

(27″) Samsung S27B750V LED Monitor

(27″) Samsung S27B970D PLS LED Monitor

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Best HDTVs for Gaming: Part 2


All of these monitors can be found in the input lag database. Also, please be sure to check out the latest addition to Display Lag, called Lag Factor! I will be doing a technical analysis of various video games, discussing things like frame rates, visual fidelity, and the responsiveness of the game on different kinds of HDTVs and/or monitors. The first game analyzed is Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us, and it can be found by clicking the banner below:



About the author

Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro, also known as "Four Wude", has been a competitive Street Fighter 4 player since 2008. Using his extensive gaming experience on a casual and professional level, he aims to spread the awareness of input lag existing in today's displays. Having tested over 300 displays for input lag, he hopes that DisplayLag will aid gamers around the world when purchasing the best HDTV or monitor for gaming.


  • What do you mean 10ms (rts) on the benq
    Monitors, is that on game mode? Because I know there’s a game mode so input lag
    Should be lower then rts mode ?

    • BenQ gaming monitors have several types of game modes. My testing was done in the RTS mode, although pretty much all of the game modes have very similar input lag ratings. You shouldn’t be able to tell the difference between them.

  • Hey is it possible for you to do a motion resolution test on some of your monitors that you get to keep, especially the ASUS monitor. I asked you this in the email as well, but I guess you didn’t receive it.


    • Hey Aziz, sorry I missed the replies you sent. I will try to write something about it in the near future. Been so busy with updates/testing and other things. Thank you for your patience!

  • I have that benq gaming monitor what I find weird is it feels slower
    When I play sports games like NHL. It’s feels faster on
    My lg 47 inch which has a lot of lag is it because the
    Benq is only 60hertz any my tv is 120hertz?

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