BenQ ZOWIE XL2430 24 Inch 144 Hz e-Sports Gaming Monitor with 1 ms, Height Adjustable Stand, S Switch, Black eQualizer

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BenQ ZOWIE XL2430 24 Inch 144 Hz e-Sports Gaming Monitor with 1 ms, Height Adjustable Stand, S Switch, Black eQualizer

BenQ ZOWIE XL2430 24 Inch 144 Hz e-Sports Gaming Monitor with 1 ms, Height Adjustable Stand, S Switch, Black eQualizer

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You’ll recognise the multi-pin connector and know that almost all modern LCD displays have the corresponding input connector, for feeding from your PC.

There are eight Picture modes, including Standard and Movie presets, three gaming presets (FPS1, FPS2, and RTS), and three customizable presets (Gamer1, Gamer2, and Gamer3). Easy to use menu, many connection ports, handle to hanging your headset is some of the extra you will have with this monitor. The S Switch Arc not only sports a quick key for the Auto Game Mode, but also a rounder look for a more natural and comfortable grip that enables gamers to best navigate between game modes. The picture mode is a commendable feature that makes the display enjoyable on every occasion and it’ll be even better with a little tweak. The monitor’s base has a nice red hole cut into it, through which your cables can be draped if you’re so inclined.

There’s a handle on the monitor stand that allows you to carry the monitor single handed without any worries on dropping the monitor, very useful for LAN Parties and Gaming events where monitors are carried around.

For those that have used the RL2455HM and RL2460HT gaming monitors, you will be extremely familiar with the OSD, as it’s a modified version of the same design. The static contrast shows the ratio between the brightest and the darkest color, which the display can reproduce simultaneously, for example, within one and the same frame/scene. The monitor ships with a resource CD with drivers, BenQ's Display Pilot utility, which lets you adjust settings from your keyboard and mouse, and a user guide. The NTSC (1953) color space is introduced in 1953 by the FCC with the appearance of color television and has a wider gamut than the sRGB. It even has a place to hang your headphones while you're catching your breath before the next round begins.Everything seems well considered, and if you take the time to check out the many features on offer you’ll definitely get your money’s worth. The cheaper way to achieve similar result is to opt for monitor that is capable of high refresh rates (100Hz, 120Hz, 144Hz); so we’re taking a close inspection on the BenQ XL2430T in today’s review, million thanks to www. I’m happy to report that engaging both modes didn’t result in any increased perception of input lag. When I initially started configuring the monitor, I wasn’t able to achieve nearly as high as that contrast ratio at first, which puzzled me a little.

It's a very good TN panel monitor with great image colours and the video games looks beautiful with this monitor even the console ones. This effectively reduces eye fatigue and elevates gaming performance through extreme visual comfort for even the most hardcore gamers enrolling long hours in action. Other settings include Brightness, Contrast, Gamma, Color Temperature, Sharpness, and Dynamic Contrast.

Running games on the Benq at 144hz is a joy (note:New driver installation and DisplayPort are necessary evils - this Monitor does not work optimally straight out of the box - mine was too bright and too vibrant but soon calmed down with a bit of tweaking) and the number of different profiles makes having separate setups for word /FPS / RPG etc easy and swapping between them using the 'monitor mouse switch thing' a doddle. Additionally, the reduced width and depth further shortens the distance between the keyboard and the monitor.



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