Boost your gaming performance with the FORIS FS2333. Featuring EIZO’s all-new Smart Insight technology, the FS2333 brings out the details in dark areas like no other gaming monitor before it so you can spot your opponent before he spots you.
You can’t defeat what you can’t see. With that in mind, EIZO developed Smart Insight technology to vastly improve visibility in dark areas of the screen. With Smart Insight, you can see the vital details that would otherwise be hidden so you can surprise your opponent before he surprises you. Conventional gaming monitors apply gamma correction across the screen to improve visibility which results in blurring and reduced contrast in the dark areas, The FS2333’s Smart Insight uses a technique called tone mapping which preserves the image details without reducing contrast. The difference is so significant that it’s almost like an unfair advantage.
The FORIS FS2333 comes with an EIZO-patented super-resolution technology called Smart Resolution that analyzes the displayed content for noise and blur. It ensures the noise is not accentuated while correcting the blur to the extent needed to sharpen the image. For example, when playing a game, Smart Resolution can sharpen the content to make it more vivid. For other type of content such as photos and web pages, Smart Resolution distinguishes skin tones and text and enhances how they are displayed.
The FORIS FS2333 uses an IPS panel and a mercury-free LED backlight. The IPS panel offers vivid display of color and wide 178° viewing angles. Even when looking at the screen from an angle there’s little change in the contrast or color.
Using an IPS panel usually means tolerating some streaking or ghosting in exchange for the superior color display this technology offers. The FORIS FS2333 comes with an overdrive circuit so no such tradeoff is necessary. At 3.4 ms, it has the fastest response time of any IPS panel in its size so you get both deep color and smooth display of games and movies.
The difference between when a signal is input into the monitor and then shown on the screen called the input lag. A delay in image display results in a delayed response from the player. EIZO developed its own integrated circuit with virtually no input lag.