Anyone In The Market For New Gaming Monitors - How Are The Eyes!
Something that is rather important for some of the serious gamers out there are gaming monitors, especially now in 2015, with gaming developers each trying to outdo each other as to who has the best graphics available for their online games.
Some of the things not truly understood by consumers about gaming monitors are important things such as response time, input delay, contrast ratio, refresh rate, pixel pitch and resolution, but in reality, how many of these terms are instantly recognizable and if not familiar, what do they actually represent?
Well rather than get involved in a rather long discussion and bore everyone senseless, or at least the vast majority, let's just say as far as most people are concerned a monitor is something that very rarely needs a change or an upgrade. That's of course unless one is still using one of those tiny screens that they bought a long time ago, when everybody had just acquired one of their early day PC's.
Now it may have seemed fine back then, and granted not everyone wants to dash out and get a dedicated gaming monitor necessarily, but when one thinks about it, it might be kind of nice to finally travel into the 21st century and treat oneself to a nice new piece of hardware that would eliminate some of the daily struggles just being able to see it!
One thing that frequently gets forgotten, is that some people regardless of age, have rather poor eyesight. It's not always an age thing but spending so much time at the PC during the day and then getting home in the evening and jumping onto the gaming monitors right away, may not really be the best therapy in the world to help the eyes relax. Maybe a nice new shiny 2015 screen might just be the order of the day and make a difference. Wonder where the credit card is, anyone found a pair of glasses?