BenQ launches 27-inch gaming monitor

Do you like playing games? If yes then you should take a look at BenQ’s brand new 27-inch XL2720T gaming monitor.

The novelty measures 548 x 642 x 273 and weighs 7.5 kilograms. The monitor is based on TN technology and works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). Being a gaming display the Acer XL2720T needs just 1 ms to respond. Other hardware specs include 300 cd/m2, 12 000 000 : 1 of dynamic contrast ratio, 1000 : 1 static contrast ratio and 170/160-degree horizontal/vertical viewing angles. As to connectivity the BenQ XL2720T offers two rear HDMI outputs, one D-Sub port, one Dual-Link DVI port and one DisplayPort. In addition it has a 4-port USB hub and a 3.5-mm audio jack.

BenQ has also tossed in a few special improvements to the XL2720T – the monitor comes with special gaming profiles for first person shooters and real time strategies. Thus it offers optimizations for Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, Battlefield, Diablo and Dota. Gamers can also be happy with their energy bills – the XL2720T needs just 27 watts of power to operate.

The BenQ XL2720T is now available in Japan where it sells for USD 600.


Source: BenQ

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