New Mitsubishi Monitor Takes Game Playing Very Seriously
The RDT232WM-Z panel employs a double-speed interpolation function, which is a fancy way of saying it's able to interpolate images from 60fps to 120fps for a smoother image. When playing shooter and music games, however, this technique is disabled to reduce lag and avoid any unsightly image blurs.
For really fast moving games, like sports titles and racing games, the new panel employs an LED backlight blinking technology to reduce residual images. By limiting how long the backlight stays lit, there's less chance that a previous frame will linger in the viewer's eyes. And for role playing games, Mitsubishi's double-speed interpolation technology kicks in with a frequency of 120Hz.
Other features include an IPS panel, 5,000:1 contrast ratio, a pair of HDMI ports, a DVI-D port, D-Sub, and built-in stereo speakers. No word yet on price or availability.