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Monitor Input Lag Tests: Samsung, Acer, AOC, DELL, & BenQ

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Following our recent ASUS and LG monitor updates, I managed to get my hands on several monitors from Samsung, Acer, AOC, DELL, and BenQ. There are some gems included in this test run, most notably the Acer R271, with its super low 9ms input lag. Check out the full list of tested monitors below:


  • 24″ R271 (IPS) – Input Lag: 9ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon


  • 27″ E2727SHE – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon


  • 27″ S2716DG (G-SYNC) – Input Lag: 13ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 28″ S2817Qr (4K) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon 


  • 24″ C24FG70 (144hz FreeSync) – Input Lag: 24ms (Great) – Check Amazon
  • 27″ C27FG70 (144hz FreeSync) – Input Lag: 24ms (Great) – Check Amazon
  • 27″ C27F398 (FreeSync) – Input Lag: 11ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon


  • 24″ GL2460HM – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 24″ XL2411 (144hz) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 27″ GL2760H – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) –  Check Amazon

Nothing of interest here? Then feel free to check out our input lag database with over 500 displays tested for input lag!

About the author

Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro, also known as "Four Wude", has been professionally competing in fighting games 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 500 displays for input lag, he hopes that DisplayLag will aid gamers around the world when purchasing the best HDTV or monitor for gaming.