It’s pretty complicated.
What is your budget? What size monitor are you interested in with what aspect ratio? What are you interested in doing with it? Do you have any preference for panel types such as IPS/PLS PVA/MVA TN film? Do you want 120hz just for PC games, or also for retro games? As far as I know all 120hz monitors use TN panels, which you may not like.
I can’t say I like the format of the reviews on that website. I am a fan of http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/reviews.html
. They do very in depth reviews, and the method they use for testing latency is very accurate. There are other websites out their, but I can’t name them off the top of my head.
Sorry to answer your question with questions, but I think people need to know more before giving any recommendations.
My budget is high, I want the best input lag wise. Iv currently got the Asus VG236H its 120hz and 3D with which feels like relatively low input lag, think I paid around £250-300 for it a while ago now.
The input I would like is just hdmi really, I can see myself getting a framemeister to connect retro things up. Speakers or ports for speakers/headphones would be nice but not essential.
It doesn't need to be 120hz as I want it purely for console gaming, I have Xbox 360 and PS3 which I think run at 60hz. Next generation consoles I can't see running at 120hz either, It would be great if they did as its so fluid but you need a really good card to get those frame rates.
I want lowest input lag 60hz wise.
Glossy or matte screen I don't mind. Although the gloss I'm used to now with it giving a sharper picture.
No bigger than 23inches as I like to play close up.
Now panel type I'm gonna have to research as I do t know much about it, send some links my way if you know of any.
Thanks alot, Vim
Edit: done a little reading and ideally would like an IPS panel with the low input lag if they exist! Oh and widescreen aspect ratio. When I put my monitor into game mode the colours are horrible that must be the TN panel you said I wouldn't like.
I can put up with a TN panel as its what a currently have, the way the game responds and feels is the most important thing to me.