BenQ debuts 24-inch gaming monitor

BenQ debuts 24-inch gaming monitor

The Taiwanese computer hardware maker BenQ has presented a new 24-inch monitor known as XL2420Z. The new company product targets gamers and offers a TN-based display that works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels).

The new monitor also offers some rather interesting specs starting with a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, a dynamic contrast ratio of 12 000 000:1, brightness that reaches 300 cd/m2, 1 ms of response time and 170/160-degree viewing angles. BenQ has thought of connectivity too – the monitor comes with HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI and VGA ports as well as 3.5-mm audio jacks.

To make it even easier on gamers the BenQ XL2420Z comes with a stand that allows you to adjust its height as well as tilt angles. There are a few company technologies too – BenQ Senseye 3 for better visuals, Low Blue Light for lower emissions of blue colors that damage the eye, Flicker-Free for less flickering and Motion Blur Reduction for sharper images during dynamic scenes. There’s also support for NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 and 3D LightBoost for 3D gaming.

The pricing of the BenQ XL2420Z is still unknown though.

Source: BenQ

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