BenQ offers new curved gaming monitor

BenQ offers new curved gaming monitor

Few of us have seen curved monitors here and there since they haven’t yet become the most popular display for personal computers but we bet you have never thought that one day you would get curved monitors with a mission. This is exactly what BenQ has done with its new XR3501 curved LCD gaming monitor – this piece of hardware has been specifically optimized for racing games!

The XR3501 comes with a special 2000R curvature, which makes the monitor the most curved one of all such devices. In addition the display features an extra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio. The display itself offers 35 inches of visual goodness and operates at 2560 x 1080 pixel resolution offering 144 Hz of refresh rate for the smoothest action ever experienced on a computer monitor. If a user is still not satisfied the BenQ XR3501 has something to help – the monitor offers the Color Vibrance feature that allows you to easily adjust color and detail settings based on personal preferences, while Black eQualizer boosts the brightness of darker regions on the screen without increasing the brightness of bright regions.

Want to get this BenQ XR3501 gaming monitor? Not so fast, buddy – BenQ will make the XR3501 available sometime in Q2 2015. The price of the XR3501 is also unknown.

Source: BenQ

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