BenQ offers gaming monitor with 1 ms of response time

BenQ-RL2455HM

Hardcore gamers will be delighted to find out that BenQ has prepared a new gaming monitor – the RL2455HM – that features just 1 ms of response time.

The BenQ RL2455HM is a 24-inch monitor that works at 1920 x 1080 pixels of native resolution and offers 12 000 000 :1 of dynamic contrast. Next to the very low response time the monitor offers built-in 2W speakers and two HDMI inputs for various peripheral devices such as gaming consoles, PCs, cameras and others. Moreover the new BenQ product comes with the so-called Black eQualizer function that sharpens details with no need for increasing the monitor brightness and the Display Mode and Smart Scaling functions – the former offers seven different screen sizes to choose from while the latter scales the image to any custom format.

The BenQ RL2455HM will become available in March 2013. The monitor is expected to sell for USD 229.


Source: Hot Hardware

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