If there's one product group where truth takes a backseat to advertising, its computer monitors. If you were to believe everything on the packaging, then every single screen currently on the market has a response time of between two and five milliseconds. If that were true, then it would make little sense to make a dedicated gaming monitor. The fact that true gaming monitors such as the Eizo Foris FS2333 exist, prove that marketing departments are twisting the facts or at least only telling part of the story. Here is Hardware.Info's review of a real gaming monitor.
Eizo is primarily known as a manufacturer of professional monitors for graphical designers, and dominates that market together with NEC. The announcement of the Foris FS2333 earlier this year was therefore met with surprise. This was to be a monitor specifically aimed at gamers, with a reasonable price tag in Eizo terms.